About Raspberry Cough Feminized
Clear, up yet calming effects.
Highly recommended medical F1 cross.
Spicy, very Dutch taste.
Plants can be grown closely together for maximum yields.
With its clear, up yet calming effects, Raspberry Cough comes highly recommended as a medical marijuana strain. Its mother is a Cambodian landrace with especially high THC levels, and its father is our award-winning perpetual favorite Ice. Raspberry Cough is an F1 cross with an abundance of red hairs and a tendency to develop blue hues in cooler night/dark temperatures. Raspberry Cough's aroma and flavor have a hint of Asian spice, yet taste decidedly Dutch. The tall, somewhat thin plants can be grown very closely together for maximum yields.
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|Genetics||Cambodian IBL x Ice x Haze#1|
|Plant type||Predominantly Sativa|
|Average Yield||400 - 500 g/m² in SOG|
|Flowering Period||9 - 11 weeks|
Reviews of Raspberry Cough Feminized
RecommendedMy first grow growing r.c. My total harvest was not that great. The buds are beautifully covered in red hairs. Buds are dense for a sativa. I'm relatively new to growing so my harvest amounts are not what they could be. Clones are doing nicely. Outside for the summer in 4 gal pots. Will update next harvest
RecommendedRaspberry Cough ended up being one of my favorite strains to grow. I was able to clone my plants with great success. My plants also got very bushy and were easily trained with lst techniques. I used two 300 watt LEDs and one 600 watt LED in both veg and bloom. I will for sure get more in the future.
RecommendedThis is very heady, and energetic. I would throw this in the category of rugged strains as well. I had root rot from what I believe to be a combination of a clogged air stone bubbler, and my Hydroguard being out of date. She almost died early on, but after fixing those two problems, she bounced right back into an impressive bush with fan leaves the size of my hand. My only complaint is the name- the cough part. She's as smooth as any other, but people get a bit apprehensive about that first hit when they hear "cough." Maybe one generation or pheno omit the cough, and it'll help us sell people on this yummy morsel.
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