Sweet Grass is a hybrid bred from the Otto II Franklin phenotype and Cobbler with open pollination. It was selected from a large population as being the strongest phenotype in terms of overall vigor, yield, branch strength, and early resin production. With cool temperatures, this phenotype finishes purple with hints of red. Rapid trichome development will require the farmer to monitor THC levels and harvest on time. Sweetgrass hybrids are likely to use up every inch of 4’ x 4’ spacing with proper soil preparation and planting time.
PLEASE NOTE: COA Values range greatly based on many growing condition variables that influence these ratio values: latitude, nutrient program, weather conditions, soil composition, the timing of the harvest, methods for processing drying and storing or processing of the flower.
Mite Resistance: Average spider mite resistance, high broad mite resistance
Mold and Mildew Resistance: Average
Appearance: Abundant trichomes, fast trichome development, finishes with fantastic shades of purple and red
Terpenes: Sweet, earthy, butterscotch
Flowers: High density, large colas
Phenotypes: Two major phenotypes 1: Short Indica dominant plant with tight node spacing and early maturing buds 2: Taller Sativa dominant plant with longer node spacing, bigger yield, mid-length maturation rate Branching Structure: Strong branches overall
Plant Size: Large (Recommended plant spacing 5’x5’)
Yield: High, “The Cola Queen”
Maturation Time: Variable, generally mid-length finishing time across the population (~6 weeks). Well suited for growers with a longer growing season
CBD: THC Ratio: 25:1
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