Don’t let the name fool you: Green Crack is pure cannabis. It is also known as Cush or Green Cush, its original name, by those who feel like the former name perpetuates a negative image of cannabis or by those who prefer not to reference cocaine. It is a moderate to high potency sativa strain with THC levels between 16-24%
Few strains compare to Green Crack’s sharp energy and focus as it induces an invigorating mental buzz that keeps you going throughout the day. Despite its indica physical characteristics, the high is decidedly cerebral, with a big mood boost and a jolt of energy. It spurs creativity and helps patients get things done. Its potency can make mundane like dishes and laundry tasks more interesting.This premium strain is the perfect daytime medication for patients treating fatigue, stress, anxiety, depression, and PTSD.
This strain offers tangy, fruity flavor redolent of mango,
Plant & Origin
Originally bred in Athens, GA, this strain has branched into two genetic lineages, the most common of which is its sativa line descended from Skunk #1. Furthermore, the 75% indica variety of this strain is said to have come from an Afghani strain, and is marked by a tighter bud structure. Cush got its new name from Snoop Dogg.
The plant is a relatively easy to grow, and a good choice for newcomers to cultivation. It can flourish indoors or out. Outdoor growing requires a stable source of sunlight and consistent temperatures between 72 and 80 degrees F. However, it’s more easily grown indoors where conditions can be controlled. Plants can reach between 3 and 4 feet tall with strong lateral branching. Growers should practice “topping” when growing these plants. And this involves trimming broad leaves at the top of the plant to allow light to reach the lower stalks. It flowers relatively quickly for a sativa, reaching maturity between 7 and 8 weeks when grown inside. The plant should be ready for harvest in October when grown outdoors. The yield is average but solid, producing about 41 to 46 grams (or about 1.4 to 1.6 ounces) per square footage of plant.