Sour Strawberry 5 Pack


A mixture between Sour Bubble, Strawberry Cough, East Coast Sour Diesel, and Razz strain, Sour Strawberry is a must-try Indica-leaning hybrid. It has up to 20% THC content that delivers a few hours of psychoactive effects before the body embraces the warm sensation. It is known to knock out stress and pain instantly. For cannabis growers, the strain has quite a challenging process of growing when grown outdoors or in a grow room. However, if you’re up for the challenge, you will fill more jars with generous yields of strawberry-flavoured buds only in a short period.

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Sour Strawberry Feminized Strain Specifications

Type: Feminized, Mostly Indica

Genetics Parents: Sour Bubble x Strawberry Cough x East Coast Sour Diesel x Razz strain

Flowering Period: 7-8 weeks

Climate: Sunny / Mediterranean / Temperate / Warm

Yield: 500G/m² indoor, 600G/plant outdoor

Flavours: Strawberry, Kush, Sour Fuel

THC Level: up to 20%

CBD Level: 0-1%

Height: 130-220 cm

Harvest Period: Mid-late September

Growing Difficulty: Intermediate

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sour Strawberry Feminized Cannabis Seeds?

Smoking the buds of Sour Strawberry is like eating some real strawberries with some exciting mix of flavours. You will notice some sourness and diesel in it.

The strain offers a few hours of psychedelic effects. It is stimulating and euphoric, followed by a soothing sensation from head to toe. It is best to take this strain in mid-afternoon or at night when your day is over since the high will get you stuck to your couch. Overall, the high offers more of the Sativa side before the Indica takes over.

How to Grow Sour Strawberry Feminized Cannabis Seeds?

Sour Strawberry Fem is slightly challenging when grown. It stretches from medium to tall plants with bushy branches and frosty buds coated in gluey trichomes. It’s branchy and has massive crystal production, which adds an overall stunning appearance. The plant thrives indoors and outdoors and does well with pruning and LST techniques.

For indoor growers, the flowering period takes 7-8 weeks only. It can yield up to 500 grams per square meter. Growing outdoors, the plant can yield up to 600 grams per plant when grown with daily sunlight exposure. The harvest season falls between mid to late September in northern latitudes.