7 Awards total
The Chronic strain is our most commercial variety, this medium height, not too dense plant is the perfect combination of very good yield and excellent quality. Smokers who appreciate high-quality and grow for themselves choose this plant for its combination of appearance and sweet smell. With its Indica genetic background Chronic weed production can be up to 600 g/m2 without losing that special connoisseur feeling.Read more
Grows a single huge central bud with few side branches. Topping of the plants to encourage the devlopment of multiple big side buds is possible, but the total yield can be a little less this way. A sweet smell develops while flowering and this aroma will be maintained in the finished Chronic weed, if it is dried and cured well before packaging. Putting the Chronic in plastic bags before it is thoroughly dry will destroy the subtle fragrance forever, making it mediocre weed. Out of all our strains, this is the best choice for growers who are tired of losing quality while increasing yield.
Already a winner of the 3rd prize at the High Times Cannabis Cup in 1994, this variety was improved in 2000. 1st prize at La Bella Flor Cup Spain 2003 (by Ezequiel) and 1st prize at Highlife Cup Spain 2004 (by Mundo Ganja, Alicante). 2nd prize Highlife Cup Spain 2004, category: Hydroponic (by Perenne Grow, Barcelona). Last awards won by Chronic: 3rd prize Copa Green Skull 2016, category: Solventless Extracts, Cabezon de la Sal, Spain and 3rd prize Cata Invernal 2016, category: Drysief, Spain.
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