Obsession has its roots in Hindu-Kush (quite literally), that’s the mountain range in Pakistan. You can probably already tell that this is the region where the Kush family came from. And Obsession does keep the genes of Kush, however, the strain was hybridized with the Cinderella 99 in order to bump up the bud and resin production. After that the hybrid was crossed with the legendary Skunk. The plants ended up being substantionally bigger than their predecessors, which means that the yield size has also been increased. Like it wasn’t enough, afterwards breeders crossed the resulting strain with the Jack Herer, a marvelous strain of Sativa, that step increased the THC content and the made the plants even more enduring.
Obsession has a very peculiar taste; it feels sort of like liquorice, which is something that we’ve honestly never seen before. Also, take into account that although there are genes of Jack Herer are still there, Obsession remains a 90% Indica. Smells is unavoidable, better get carbon filters soon! Nobody can know about the secret garden of yours, especially the police.
Plants can protect themselves against mildew, fungus and other kinds of pests to a certain degree. Verify that plants are getting enough light, water, and nutrients, and the results will be jaw-dropping. 400-550 grams per square meter indoors, that doesn’t sound too bad, does it?
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