For almost a decade, Big Bazooka has enjoyed success around the globe. We wanted to take these unique genetics to a new level, so we crossed them with a very rare Lost Tribe and stabilized the newly created genetics. This grow project surpassed all of our expectations and is sure to impress you too.
When consuming you will feel a cerebral sense hit you almost as soon as you exhale, lifting your mind into a euphoric state of happiness that’s slightly sedative at times, too. As your mind flies higher and higher, your body will begin to settle into a super calming state that fills you with a deep physical relaxation and ease that can quickly overwhelming you if you’re not careful. Experienced smokers will have a great pleasure to her and beginners should approach her gently.
Cash Cow has a sweet and citric aroma and taste with hints of anis and earthy undertones. The fat, stone hard nugs are heavy and round like golf balls, and covered with sticky resin which let them glimmer in the light.
- Feminized seeds
- Genetics: 70% Indica / 30% Sativa
- Big Bazooka x Lost Tribe
- Yield: 700g/m² • 1400-1800 g/plant
- Flowering time: 9 weeks
- Harvest Outdoors: End of September
- Suitable for indoors and outdoors
- Height: 130-160 cm • 250-320 cm
- THC: +32%
- Aromas / flavors: Sweet, lemon, anis
Growing Cash Cow
Generated from our powerhouse Big Bazooka, Cash Cow delivers bumper harvests of 700g per sqm with a very short flowering time of just 9 weeks.
Cash Cow seeds produce bushy plants with medium size and big side stems which develop excellently both soil and hydroponics. The strain has a great resistance to mildew and pests, is easy to grow and also suitable for beginners.
Cash Cow can also be cultivated as a SCROG, we recommend 12 plants per square meter. Outdoors she can be harvested as early as mid to late September and provides up to 1800 grams per plant.
This strain is a real CASH COW.
The physical effect combined with the high THC level give Cash Cow also an edge in treating those suffering from conditions such as chronic stress, depression, chronic pain, cramps or muscle spasms and appetite loss or nausea.