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GSC – Girl Scout Cookies Seeds
The Girl Scout Cookies strain comes from a group of San Francisco Bay area growers called “The Cookies Fam”. There are lots of variations of Cookies, but the true GSC is a hybrid of F1 Durban Poison with Florida OG Kush. A high THC content that averages from 24-30% and a CBD of 1.0% places Girl Scout Cookies among the top medical strains in the United States. The genetics are 60/40 indica/sativa.
Girl Scout Cookies is known for having sticky bright green buds with contrasting orange hairs and curly purple leaves. GSC is super dense and, when breaking up even a small piece of bud it turns into much more than expected. The Cookies have an enticing blanket of frosty crystals that cover the buds all the way through.
The chocolatey sweet and floral flavor is what gives GSC its name. Buds reek of skunky brown sugar and grapes. The smoke tastes musky, minty, citrusy, and doughy. Myrcene and D-limonene are the primary terpenes found in Girl Scout Cookies.
Girl Scout Cookies transports you to a carefree and happy place where you forget your stress and think about devouring munchies. The strain has positive medical benefits in treating nausea, muscle tension, and increasing appetite. GSC is potent but has more of a spirited buzz than a narcotic effect.
Growing Girl Scout Cookies Seeds
Girl Scout Cookies seeds produce very large solid plants with great yields & Girl Scout Cookies weed flower in 9 weeks. Best results are achieved using an indoor soil or hydro grow method. Girl Scout Cookies plants tend to grow more tall than branchy and, the SOG technique works well for this strain. GSC has a higher threshold for nutrients than other strains. Even though the average yield is less than other similar hybrids, the Cookies will impress with her colorful, resinous and perfumed display. 9-10 weeks for indoor flowering and 10oz/m2 is typical. Outdoor plants will finish by mid-October and harvest 10oz/plant.
Characteristics of Girl Scout Cookies Seeds
GSC is Suitable for both indoors and outdoor growing
Genotype: 60% Indica/ 40% Sativa
Cross: Og Kush & Durban Poison
Indoor flowering (photoperiod): 60-70 days
Outdoor harvest time (photoperiod): Early-October
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> 1% CBD
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3 – 4 Feet Tall
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400 – 500 grams per plant
|Flowering Time|| |
60 – 70 days
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Caryophyllene Oxide (spicy)
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I bought 10 seeds and 9 survived and here are some pics, fast delivery. Growing in Northeast New York so I am hoping for the best as you see they are outdoors. I started the in April and put them in the garden about a week ago, so far so good
I haven’t started any seeds yet, But my buying and shipping experience was excellent.
I’m almost two full months in and the seeds have done really well. I’m excited for the end result.
Out of five seeds only 2 started (hence the title) I have been growing them for just about a week now and so far so good. Hoping to get big buds in the end.
The seeds spouted and grew for about a month and then died..... have 2 left of 14.
I've grown since the mid '90s and can say with confidence that this strain has strong genetics. Of the five beans sprouted, all came up very quickly 24hrs. And now at 40 days the plants share all the same phenomes. There now about ten days into flower and stacking nicely and have begun to produce aromatic trichomes.
So far in super soil these plants have proven very easy to cultivate.
Looking forward to harvest and will try to update.