Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: With a very mellow body high and incredibly faint cerebral effects, this strain is best suited for those users with a low tolerance or for those times when productivity is required, subsequent to smoking.
Crossing an Afghanistan landrace strain with the notorious Bubba Kush produced a strain with excellent bag appeal, due to a dense structure, and uniformly shaped buds. It also gave it great flavors of hash and incense. Unfortunately, potency was not a factor in this crossing. K.O. The Hague is known for being low in potency, somewhat high in CBD and with excellent flavors.
One of the things about this strain that appeals most to gardeners is the brief flowering time of just seven or eight weeks, coupled with a heavy yield that can reach six feet tall, yielding over a pound, when cultivated outdoors. When grown indoors, these ladies typically will end up anywhere from three to four feet in height, yielding around three to four ounces, as well. K.O. The Hague likes to be cultivated in soil, responding incredibly well to various types of training. Growers should feel free to experiment with different training techniques, as no one type has shown to be better than the other with this strain. What is clear, however, is that it will need training to produce it's normally heavy yield.
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