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Tips for growing Platinum GSC (f.k.a Platinum Girl Scout Cookies) cannabis

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This article is presented by Advanced Nutrients, a global company raising the bud weights and reputations of cannabis growers since 1999.

Strain overview: Platinum GSC (f.k.a Girl Scout Cookies) is a sweet and spicy hybrid strain with THC levels that will make even experienced consumers feel they are trying cannabis for their first time. Created by the Cookie Fam in the Bay Area, Platinum GSC is the follow-up to the well-known GSC (f.k.a Girl Scout Cookies). It was bred by crossing OG Kush, Durban Poison, and an unknown strain.

Grow techniques: Finding a cutting of Platinum GSC (f.k.a Girl Scout Cookies) will probably be the most difficult part about cultivating this strain. Grow outdoors in a warm, summery climate, and top the plant continually to develop a nice large bush with lots of bud sites. When grown indoors, Platinum GSC produces dense, small, trichome-soaked popcorn buds.

Flowering time: 8-9 weeks

Yield: Moderate

Grow difficulty: Moderate to high when trying for a high yield

Climate: Platinum GSC (f.k.a Girl Scout Cookies) grows best between 68-80 degrees Fahrenheit, and is recommended for greenhouse gardens.

Indoor/outdoor: This strain cultivates well both indoors and out.

Feeding: The heavier the feeding schedule, the better. Platinum GSC (f.k.a Girl Scout Cookies) needs a lot of nutrients to stay happy and healthy.

(Advanced Nutrients)

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