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Green Crack Feminized

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Green Crack is a 60% sativa hybrid that can grow to an amazing size in both indoor and outdoor conditions. Offering a high yield, a THC content of 15% and a ripened fruit aroma, this strain is sure to grow well and flowers in a short 55 days.
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Green Crack is a sativa dominant hybrid created in 1989 from the cross of a Super Sativa Skunk #1 and an isolated cut of an Afghani plant. Capable of being grown to a rather large size outdoor as well as indoor; to keep this plant from overtaking an indoor garden only a very short period of vegetative growth so when it flowers it doesn’t overgrow the area available. With a possible indoor yield of 350-500 g/m² and flowering is done in 8 weeks. Offering a THC content of 15-18%, the aroma of ripened fruit and the flavors of citrus, pineapple, mange and cedar, the effect of Green Crack is strong and cerebral as well as euphoric, cerebral and even invigorating.

Product Code: FGC

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green crack Review by art
Great strain. 100 pct germination. Harvested in April. Very good yield. Some of the best smoke out there. Will grow this again. (Posted on 5/13/2018)
100% Germination Review by Cynthia
100% germination. Looking strong. 1 week old now. (Posted on 4/13/2018)
just the best Review by Gardner
what a strain i have tried this strain from other seed banks with very little luck. I put your seeds in a shot glass and the next day they were ready to plant, now they are 4in tall looking strong. let me tell you i cant beat the price of your seeds, last group of green crack seeds i got were over $100 and less then half poped. i just wanted to say thank you
GD (Posted on 11/18/2017)

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