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The plant has frost covered nuggets with red hairs, giving the appearance that it is on fire--where the name Fire OG comes from. Myrcene and Limolene are some of the most common terpenes in this flower. The Fire OG strain is no longer the hot name on the cannabis menus it once was--after all, it is not purple and no one raps about it. However, don't let your guard down on this indica-dominant hybrid, this strain combines sativa and indica genetics with the indica genetics slightly to the fore (6... View More »
Also Known As: Fire OG Kush
Flavors: citrus, earthy, lemon, pungent, and sweet.
Great For: ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Arthritis, Bipolar Disorder, Fibromyalgia
Growing Difficulty: Hard
Preferred Medium: Soil
Flowering Time In Days: 63-77
Outdoor Finish: Late October
Average Yield: High
Growing Notes: Prefers moderate amounts of fertilizer. May express fruity or diesel-smelling phenotypes. Trains well as a multi-branched plant or with sea of green (SOG) operations. Average yield falls between 25-30 grams per plant.
Test Results courtesy of BudGenius.com