Tahoe OG 5 Pack


Legend has it that Tahoe OG was allegedly grown by Ganja Guru around Lake Tahoe, California. However, research shows evidence of the said strain cultivated in Florida during the 1990s, which they claim was when the Tahoe OG was discovered. But what brings confusion to cannabis enthusiasts and even just smokers is the Kush variant of the Tahoe OG. Are they the same? Tahoe OG is not an OG Kush Phenotype, while the Tahoe OG Kush is a cross between the OG Kush Phenotype and the SFV OG Kush F3 Phenotype. All there is on Tahoe OG are legends in terms of history, while Cali Connection creates the Tahoe OG Kush. This Indica-dominant strain has a high THC of about 20%; it’s said to be the strongest among its Kush relatives and has become a favorite for recreational and medicinal growers for reasons you’ll understand once you start growing them.

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What are the Flavor and Effects of Tahoe OG Feminized Cannabis Seeds?

Smoking this strain will feel like a visit to the very name it’s named after. The aroma is predominantly pine with earthy and spicy notes and a touch of sweet lemony fragrance. The taste is similar to drinking lemonade upon inhaling and drift into pine when exhaling. The experience is altogether just as wonderful; it eviscerates tension and brings you and your body to deep relaxation with a generous dose of euphoria. Truly a gem to have at the end of the day when you want to rid of stress and fatigue.

How to Grow Tahoe OG Feminized Cannabis Seeds?

Like its parent, OG Kush phenotype, and the OG Kush itself, the Tahoe OG Feminized strain is best cultivated in a sunny, warm, and dry climate. This strain is best left to intermediate growers since it tends to be a sensitive plant. For optimal growth, the right soil is essential, along with a rigid regime of trimming. The buds easily mold if you’re not vigilant in keeping the airflow at low RH levels. Although a grower has to exert effort into tending to this plant, one can relax at the thought of it being relatively resistant to genetic cannabis diseases. It can grow up to 200 cm tall, demanding sufficient space. The dense buds covered are resin from head to toe, and the leaves have a fuzzy trichome layer that resembles a carpet. It has a remarkable citrusy scent appreciated by most smokers—the plant blooms for around ten weeks and yields about 300 g/m2.