· Genotype: Medical CBG x Swiss CBG
· 80% Indica 20% Sativa
· Type: CBG Feminized
· CBG: 8-15% - CBD: 0.1-0.5% - THC: <0.2%
· Indoor vegetative period: 2-3 weeks
· Indoor flowering period: 8 weeks
· Indoor yield/m²: 450 gr
· Outdoor height: 1,3-2,2 meters
· Outdoor harvest:
Northern hemisphere: late september
Southern hemisphere: late march
· Outdoor yield/plant: 400 gr
Polyhybrid developed from a selection of strains from the Swiss and Italian Alps, with high CBG, crossed to stabilize the offspring and to increase the CBG to the maximum. Eboshi CBD can reach up to 15% of CBG, and both THC and CBD remain with very low values, almost residual, always below 0,2% each. It is a plant of indica structure, with short internodal distance, good branching and which produces large and compact flowers. It has great vegetative vigor and great resistance to fungi. It is perfect for humid climates. It is also ideal for CBG extracts. Its flavor and aroma have citric touches with fruity and humid earthy undertones.
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