Orange Hill Special Regular Seeds - 10

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Short Description
New Skunk strain with very high THC production and excellent yields.
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Description

Orange Hill Special is an orange Skunk strain which resulted from a breeding programme between Orange Bud and Californian Orange. The rigorous selection took place over 6 generations before the final choice was made producing high THC buds with the right taste and high yields. It is a 50% sativa, 50% indica strain.

Orange Hill Special is the heaviest-yielding of all the Orange strains. It grows to a height of 100 cm, has a very bushy structure along with plenty of side-branching leading to a plethora of budding sites. It is primarily intended for indoor and greenhouse cultivation except for those growers in warmer climates such as the Mediterranean region. Indoors flowering will take between 8 and 9 weeks. Outdoor plants will be ready for harvest during the month of October (northern hemisphere) or April (southern). Orange Hill Special is a prodigious-yielding plant with 450 gr. easily possible from each plant with care. Although this strain will only need average nutes in veg. it will require increased flowering nutrient levels to maximise yields.

THC levels are very high at 21% and the orange buds have a delicious citrus note. Expect the familiar Skunk high with clarity and euphoria before settling down into a nice relaxed feeling that may make you want to have a sit down.

3rd Prize Bio, Highlife Cannabis Cup, 2015

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Manufacturer Dutch Passion
Genetics Orange Bud x Californian Orange
Pack Size 10 Seeds
Variety Indica / Sativa
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Sex Regular
THC Content Very High (over 20%)
THC Content 21%
CBD Content Unknown
Yield High
Yield 450 gr/plant
Plant Height 100 cm.
Grows Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors
Max Flowering Time 9 weeks
Flowering Time 56 - 63 days
Harvest Month mid-October
Taste / Flavour Citrus, Skunk
Effect Cerebral, Euphoric, Powerful, Relaxing
Awards 3rd Prize Bio, Highlife Cannabis Cup 2015;