*2nd Place 2019 Cultivation Classic*
*2nd Place Judges Choice 2021 Gold Grow Awards*
ACDC is the famous Cannatonic phenotype that helped revolutionize west coast CBD production. As a clone, she is not worth the effort. We inbred it for many generations and crossed it with our famed autoflower, ERB to consistently bulk up flowers, flower earlier, strengthen the stalk, narrow the variability in total cannabinoids, and improve terpene desirability. The resulting offspring is a terpene loaded extraction and smokeable flower powerhouse. A choice phenotype of this variety is dubbed "grapefruit" by indoor producers.
- Loud myrcene dominant terpene profile of ripe berries, citrus, and just a touch of gas
- Heavy resin producer favored by full spectrum extractors and cut flower connoisseurs
- Field ready structure and a great producer
This variety matures in around 8 weeks of flowering time, or mid September if planted outdoors in early June. Expect CBD to THC ratios of around 25/1.
This feminized seed variety produces predominantly CBD.
For more information visit the Oregon CBD buyers guide.
Well-grown crops with good field conditions and accurate testing can yield 14-20% total cannabinoids on trimmed flower (with outliers hitting above the 20% range), 12%-14% on hand shucked flowers, and 8%-10% on whole plant biomass.
Growing technique, nutrient regime, sampling protocol, drying method, post-harvest handling, and laboratory accuracy all factor into total cannabinoid content on a crop-wide average.
Ratios refer to CBD, CBG, or CBDV/CBD percentages to total THC.
These COA's were taken from plants 30 days pre-harvest as required by the US Department of Agriculture, and are not an accurate representation of finished flower cannabinoid content.
For finished flower results we suggest seeking out results from other farmers who have grown our varieties. We cannot guarantee finished flower results, so we do not post them.
A minimum of 10% extra seed is added to every order.
All seeds contain less than 0.3% total THC. Understand your local laws and ordinances before planting.