Green Crack of Humboldt Seeds born of the union between a 1989 SSSC Skunk #1 and Isolated Afghani Cut. The result is a Sativa dominant hybrid, strong, robust, easy to grow, short flowering period, powerful and productive. Green Crack develops wonderful, medium/large...
Green Crack of Humboldt Seeds born of the union between a 1989 SSSC Skunk #1 and Isolated Afghani Cut. The result is a Sativa dominant hybrid, strong, robust, easy to grow, short flowering period, powerful and productive.
Green Crack develops wonderful, medium/large size plants, with a strong, open structure, with a major distance between nodes, and with long, thin leaves of a beautiful light green. It grows very strong so it is desirable to control their growth in order to allocate enough space for flowering. It looks like a Christmas tree, with abundant production of large and heavy buds, covered with resin.
Green Crack is a variety aimed at those looking for sweet and fruity aromatic and taste qualities with excellent quality and high performance. This variety is in high demand in California and in Europe Humboldt think they can get the same success in no time.
Green Crack has an intense and fruity aroma and flavor, with notes of mango, pineapple, to exotic woods and incense. The effect is a powerful cerebral high, stimulating and euphoric, typically Sativa. It is ideal for a good time with friends, and is also suitable for medicinal use.
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|Flowering Time - Outdoor:||Late September|
|Flowering Time - Indoor:||8 to 10 Weeks|
|Breeder:||Humboldt Seed Organisation|