Kosher Kush

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

The popular Kosher Kush strain (also known as Kosher OG,) is said to be the first commercial cannabis variety to be blessed by a rabbi. Beyond its reported origins as a clone-only variety from Los Angeles, the lineage of this rumored “100% Indica” strain remains a mystery. Kosher Kush won 1st Indica at the 2010 and 2011 High Times Cannabis Cups. Feminized seeds are available from Amsterdam’s DNA Genetics. Kosher Kush grows tall, with a flowering time of 63-70 days. It typically produces prominent buds and a minimal configuration of light green leaves, meaning it’s easy to trim. The seed bank recommends pinching the plant’s stems to tame its growth and encourage larger yields. Moderate-to-heavy feeding is also recommended. The strain is easy to care for, especially indoors, making it a good choice for novice growers.

The popular Kosher Kush strain (also known as Kosher OG,) is said to be the first commercial cannabis variety to be blessed by a rabbi. Beyond its reported origins as a clone-only variety from Los Angeles, the lineage of this rumored “100% Indica” strain remains a mystery. Kosher Kush won 1st Indica at the 2010 and 2011 High Times Cannabis Cups. Feminized seeds are available from Amsterdam’s DNA Genetics. Kosher Kush grows tall, with a flowering time of 63-70 days. It typically produces prominent buds and a minimal configuration of light green leaves, meaning it’s easy to trim. The seed bank recommends pinching the plant’s stems to tame its growth and encourage larger yields. Moderate-to-heavy feeding is also recommended. The strain is easy to care for, especially indoors, making it a good choice for novice growers.

References

DNA Genetics

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