More About Black Water Purple OG Cheese
Relaxing Indica-dominant Hybrid
A combination of popular therapeutic strains including Blackwater, Cheese, and the Purple OG Kush to offer you some peace and relaxation, the birth of the Black Water Purple OG Cheese says a lot about itself from the name alone. An Indica dominant strain of the OG Cheese genotype, its THC levels range from 15 to 18 percent and can go as high as 20 percent.
This strain has a medium-range height due to its genotype mix and takes the form of the pine tree structure as it grows. The plant produces heavy flowers but has a sturdy stem and branches to support it. The branches need trimming for air to properly circulate and prevent moisture that leads to molds. Routine cropping can help in the growth and maintenance of its dark green leaves that appear an icy white color as harvest season nears.
For indoor growing: use the Sea of Green setup for best results. Maintain a room temperature of 20 to 26 degrees Celsius and about forty to fifty percent RH levels to avoid mold and mildew. After its eight to ten week flowering period, the plant’s yield can be as much as five hundred grams per square meter if the given indoor conditions are met.
For the outdoor environment, a warm and dry climate is preferred. Harvest season is often the middle of October, where you can gather up to six hundred grams of buds.