The Agassi #6 is our Cobbler pheno hunted from a pack of F1s. This rare pheno of Cobbler is dominated by unique terpenes Sour Diesel and acrid tennis balls accented with beautiful hints perfume and female essence. The Agassi sports a massive canopy with huge sativa buds and a branch structure that looks ready for hurricane winds. This pheno of Cobbler allows for a later harvest in a field setting due to delayed bud onset; with colder nights later in the summer, plants tend to favor CBD production.The reversed Cherry Blossom F1 pollen donor is one the most stable cuts in High Alpine Genetics' arsenal. A large plant with solid spear shaped buds, she carries mostly classic terpenes of The Wife and Northern Lights #5.
****DISCLAMER****While all CBD Hashplants excel in indoor growing conditions, thc will mildly spike for any hemp plant grown indoor due to high night temps. For correct ratio testing plants must be grown outdoor. To replicate outdoor CBD:THC ratios; indoor grow environments must mirror that of late summer early fall growing conditions. Leaf testing can be done above the 7th node, this will show how likely the plant is to produce thc, however most ratios increase and sometime exceed expectation from leaf testing when grown outdoor. ***Pay close attention to later harvesting phenos as cooler night temps from later in the year will keep thc levels down**** Watering 8x more than regular cannabis will also keep the help THC down, indoors and out.