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This new cannabis variety from the ever-popular Karma Genetics provides a true OG Kush hybrid, combining the KarmaRado OG M-town 2014 cut with the ever-reliable Biker Kush stud, and the result is sublime kushy-goodness.
Some phenotypes lean towards the Biker side, with bright orange pistils adding a vibrant display of colour during flowering, whereas the KarmaRado OG side pheno has a lighter green hue but is equally as stunning.
Both phenos take on the typical OG Kush’s compact structure and stretch, produce dense and frosty buds with that classic Kush taste and room-filling aroma. Expect strong yields with branch support likely to be needed for peak flowering.
Working in the Dutch canna scene since 1996, Karma Genetics started breeding in 1999 when they saw an opportunity to diversify the limited clone stock in Holland at the time. From working in a coffeeshop to later running a local grow shop, Karma got a big breakthrough after entering and winning at the IC420 Cup in Amsterdam in 2008. Aimed at the serious grower who desires top quality cannabis and stable genetics, Karma regularly review and test all their seed lines to ensure their standards of excellence are consistently met - and deprecate any that fall short. This ensures every Karma purchase will be as impressive as the last.
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