Strawberry Cough Seeds

(8 customer reviews)

$29.99$1,500.00

Strawberry Cough is a unique, strong sativa leaning hybrid known for its distinct strawberry and tropical-like taste. This varietal’s history is one riddled with controversy with many unanswered questions, but as far as we know this exotic beauty hails from an old school haze, eardbeer strain, and strawberry fields. Strawberry Cough is an easy plant to grow and generally thrives better indoor under warmer temperatures. This varietal is a well balanced sativa that will keep you alert and focused, yet relaxed without tiredness.

Every (1) packet comes with 10 seeds for $29.99.

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Description

Strawberry Cough gardens efficiently whether using hydroponics or soil setups. This varietal likes a boost of nutrients at the beginning of vegetative growth. Although no data was available for outdoor gardens, Strawberry Cough performs terrifically in greenhouses.

Strawberry Cough is a plant of happy mediums, growing to a height of around 3 feet indoors or in a greenhouse garden and exhibiting leaves that balance between indica and sativa influences. This multi-branched plant will start delivering ripe colas about 40 days into flowering, and continue with a second wave that finishes at about 65 days. Greenhouse flowering times are typically a week shorter than indoor gardens.

The buds are tight and shaped like narrow pine cones, and may get quite long. This varietal’s branches are sturdy and support even the weightiest of colas. Strawberry Cough tickles the lungs with her creamy-sweet smoke, whose flavor resembles strawberry, perhaps with a kiwi fruit complement. The buzz is heady and active, a classic let’s-go-hiking sativa lift that can alleviate depression.

Additional information

Flavor

Berry, Tart

Genetics

strawbery fields x old school Haze x Erdbeer varietals

Use Cases

Creativity, Focus, Energy

Flowering Time

Indoor: 9wks

Outdoor: Mid-October

Landrace

75% Sativa/25% Indica (Sativa Dominant)

Packet Size

10 Seeds, 100 Seeds, 1000 Seeds

8 reviews for Strawberry Cough Seeds

  1. Leo

    I received 3 seeds from a fellow grower, Michigan spring is in May so I started these indoors April 1st, then they went outdoors in an unused part of my backyard garden in mid-May. Used fox farm organic fertilizers, had massive veg growth, they survived a mini tornado in August then in September I defoliated all three, fed them bloom nutes, very large colas, not massive but ok considering the climate. By mid october the nugs were amber/purple and looked ready, cut them and dried 2 weeks in the garage. Smelled like strawberry pie! Sativa buzz for sure, clear headed body numbing. 1/2-3/4 pounds, lots of kief, instant hash just by squeezing sticky bud in a sandwich baggie, would grow again! That’s my outdoor grow in Michigan story. I planted it and GOD grew it!

  2. Jack (verified owner)

    Ive got a beautiful female @ 4 weeks that’s getting extremely frosty. Very strong lovely scent when you gently rub your fingers on a branch. It’s intoxicating!
    Next to it is a super lemon haze that’s doing great. The additional work with reg seeds is worth it w/ seeds from PSM. I’ve grown 5 of their strains so far. Haven’t had a dud yet-

  3. Brett Rangoran

    Got some beautiful bud off mine last week. Yielded about 1/2 lb per plant (4 gallon buckets). Couldn’t be more thrilled. SC 4 life!

  4. Shawn Donnell (verified owner)

    My seeds are great all have sprouted with a grow light love the price for the seeds one is about 3in tall already planted them one week ago

  5. Shawn Donnell (verified owner)

    My seeds are doing great all have sprouted with a grow light love the price for the seeds

  6. Shawn Donnell (verified owner)

    My seeds are doing well all have sprouted with a grow light

  7. john gray

    all sprouted within 24 hrs planted and doing well

  8. Rex Arrington

    Killer beans. Bought these along with a few other strains and they all popped and are growing nice and steadily. Can’t beat the price for $3 per seed either, its a total steal.

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