Fort Collins Cough (Ft. Collins Cough)

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

Fort Collins Cough, also known as Colorado Cough, is a strain reportedly bred in Colorado, thought to have been created in the 1990s by two women growers from Colorado State University, which just so happens to be located in Fort Collins. Known as a sativa-leaning strain, Fort Collins Cough is said to come from the original Super Sativa Seed Club, a predecessor of breeder Sensi Seeds. The strain is reported to grow tall with a generous amount of branches that produce heavy yields of plump, dark-green colas in a 70-to-84-day flowering period. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor grows, Fort Collins Cough may also respond well to low-stress training (LST) and topping. Fort Collins Cough is only available in the clone form, so cultivators may have a difficult time finding this rather elusive strain.

Fort Collins Cough, also known as Colorado Cough, is a strain reportedly bred in Colorado, thought to have been created in the 1990s by two women growers from Colorado State University, which just so happens to be located in Fort Collins. Known as a sativa-leaning strain, Fort Collins Cough is said to come from the original Super Sativa Seed Club, a predecessor of breeder Sensi Seeds. The strain is reported to grow tall with a generous amount of branches that produce heavy yields of plump, dark-green colas in a 70-to-84-day flowering period. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor grows, Fort Collins Cough may also respond well to low-stress training (LST) and topping. Fort Collins Cough is only available in the clone form, so cultivators may have a difficult time finding this rather elusive strain.