OG Kush x SFV OG Kush
Pungent, clean, woodsy Lemon Pledge scent
Indoor yield: 16 oz/ sq. meter
Outdoor yield: 14 oz/ plant
Indica: 50% Sativa: 50%
Flowering time: 8 weeks
Plant height: tall
Growth level: easy
Larry OG Kush
This strain of medical marijuana belongs to the well-known ocean family of strains. In Orange County, California, OG Kush and SFV OG were initially crossed to make Larry OG. Additionally, SFV OG will have traces of a piney flavor. The plant has a light green exterior and dark orange-red hairs, which create a striking contrast. The nugs have the angular calyxes of OG Kush and are tiny, dense, and noticeable. Users of this variety claim that Larry OG emits a strong, sweet, and fresh scent. The strain has a sweet and tangy flavor that is comparable to its aroma. This strain's flavor can be described as that of sweet orange. The Larry OG strain tested positive for total THC, 0.1% CBN, and 0.5% CBD in the lab. People who want to increase their appetite will benefit from this strain's greater THC concentration. Additionally, this strain is recognized for producing a body high that is excellent for reducing physical discomfort.
Another member of the well-known ocean-grown strain family is Larry OG, commonly referred to as "Lemon Larry," "Sour Larry," and "Zour Larry." This indica marijuana variety was first developed in Orange County through the crossing of OG Kush and SFV OG. With Larry OG, you'll get a strong yet comfortable body buzz that will let you relax while accomplishing your tasks. Larry OF's effects are positive but not overpowering. This strain has a very fresh and fruity aroma fragrance, just like other OGs. The nugs are often thick and have noticeable, longer than usual flaming orange hairs.
The flavors and fragrances of Apple Fritter once dried and cured, more than live up to their mouthwatering nickname, mixing sweet, pastry-like notes with prominent traces of tangy, slightly acidic green apples laced with earthy overtones. Apple Fritter is a particularly crisp, sweet, and smooth smoke when inhaled.