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Tips for Growing Strawberry Cough Cannabis

June 22, 2017
Strain Overview: Strawberry Cough, created by Kyle Kushman, is a sativa-dominant strain that offers a distinct, award-winning strawberry smell and flavor. This fruity cannabis strain is uplifting and will provide you with mellow, motivating euphoria. Originally a clone-only strain, Strawberry Cough has since been worked into a similar seed form in the Netherlands.

Grow Techniques: A quality plant to cultivate indoors, Strawberry Cough grows bushy on its own without training. Keep this low-maintenance plant happy by pruning away unnecessary foliage and providing a breeze through the canopy. Consider growing this strain in a soil garden with organic nutrients.

Flowering Time: 9 weeks

Yield: High

Grow Difficulty: Easy

Climate: Strawberry Cough enjoys a warm climate with temperatures between 70 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit.

Indoor/Outdoor: Protect Strawberry Cough from the cold by growing it indoors. If grown outside, warm temperatures at night will help keep this plant producing high-quality buds.

Feeding: Basic nutrients should keep the plant happy and ready to produce its flavorful buds. Kyle Kushman highly recommends growing with organic nutrients to get the most out of Strawberry Cough.

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  • Jeffrey

    Do you have any specials on genetics companies that MAKE these new strains. Would dig to learn about those people.