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Chem Valley Kush Strain


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  • Type: Indica/Sativa Hybrid
  • Yield: Medium to Heavy
  • Flowering Time Required: between 56 and 62 days;
  • Cross: SFV OG x Chem Dawg
  • Bred by: Swerve

The Chem Valley Kush cannabis strain is an ultra-powerful crossing of Chem Dawg and SFV OG, 2 of the most potent strains known. Strong aromas and tastes like lemon Pledge furniture polish will present themselves to you each time you toke up. This marijuana strain is good for cloning and grows well in a variety of growing setups. Super cropping is a technique you should consider with this strain is well. She's able to be trained in a variety of ways to meet your personal needs for stealth. Her flowering time is roughly eight weeks and her yield would depend upon your skills as a marijuana gardener, the equipment you have to work with, the quality of your nutrients and the amount of time that you're willing to invest.

CannabisSearch.com's Chem Valley Kush Marijuana Buzz Rating: Lemony/Fuely Tastes And Aromas That Generate An Intensely-Strong Body/Mind Buzz

Chem Valley Kush cannabis is some seriously potent Indica-dominant medicine. If you grow her outdoors, she can reach heights of 6 or 7 feet. Indoors, she can be kept however you like her and works well as either a single central cola plant or a multi-branching plant. She develops fat buds that can be prone to mold and moisture problems. Keep your relative humidity around 40% and keep your daytime temperatures between 75 and 80 F, allowing nighttime temperatures to drop down to 60 F or so. Give her plenty of carbon dioxide enrichment and reverse osmosis purified water as well. She can yield heavily if she has the environment and care that she needs. So go ahead and begin your home cultivation of the Chem Valley Kush marijuana strain today. It's morally incorrect to wait any longer...

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Chem Valley Kush 4.16 out of 5 based on 5 ratings. 5 user reviews.
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Guest | Dec 29, 2012
 
been growing it in colorado for 2 years now,easy to clone and low maintenance,good yield and product,this is one of my favorites
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Guest | Dec 18, 2012
 
The chem valley kush is a weak hybrid and should be phased out of the cali connection seedline. Very little trichome production compared to its parents and a smell that is nothing special. I do agree that it has a meaty-rotten beef soup kind of smell to it coupled with a hay undertone, which makes it a hard sale to the/sour/kush crowd. It has the appearance of o.g. or sour while growing with a 3x stretch in bloom. It went longer than my sour d- all the way to 85 days. I kept waiting for some trichome production or strong smell as I waited for it to finish. Overall I give CVK a 2 0ut of 10. I have bought 10 pack seeds from other companies for $35.00 and got way better herb. Dont believe the hype. Try sour kush instead
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Guest | Jun 21, 2012
 
I have to disagree this taste nothing like lemon pledge and i should know i love eating that shit
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Guest | May 30, 2012
 
I grew last season in soil, in water this year, this plant is 3x last seasons the thing I like buds are big real different taste smells like rotten meat funkey smell keeps neibours gessing.good job breeding has that OG thing with a kick I think it is true not for the rookie you can have a hard time poping seeds and males
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Guest | Apr 3, 2012
 
A+ STRAIN IF GROWN RIGHT
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