Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: This bud has a classic Kush high. Starts out very cerebrally before becoming a balance of body and head high, with the body high slightly overpowering the cerebral effects.
Named for the Fire Kush mother that was used to create this strain, Forest Fire has additional meanings. It has become so popular in the Pacific Northwest - an area renowned for summer wildfires - that it's spreading like wildfire among both guerrilla and medicinal growers. These buds have a prototypical Kush taste and smell. The Kush flavor is so overpowering that there are really no other flavors accompanying it. This is one of the most perfect strains for the Kush connoisseur.
The harvest window for Forest Fire is fairly open, so to speak. For growers who want more of a cerebral effect, it can be harvested around 8 weeks. For those who want more of a body stone indica effect, 9.5 to 10 weeks seems to be about right. While many brands of nutrients can grow quality Forest Fire buds, these ladies seem to respond amazingly well to Advanced Nutrients. For outdoor growers, expect to harvest this crop anytime in October, again depending on high preference. The breeder only offers these as non-feminized seeds, which will appeal to individuals trying to grow 100% organically. Many clubs in Oregon and Montana carry Forest Fire as clones and buds, so grab some today and try for yourself.