Strain Hunters Caboose Feminized Cannabis Seeds

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We bet you didn?t know (or possibly care) that a caboose is a manned North American rail transport vehicle coupled at the end of a freight train. (S)train Hunters have crossed the creek with a train wreck to produce Caboose. What? Okay, okay, we?ll stop messing about.

Strain Hunters Caboose feminized cannabis seeds are a crossing of the legendary Salmon Creek Big Bud and the original Trainwreck. Suddenly it all makes sense! Trainwreck is responsible for the purple and reddish hues of the large round calyxes in some of the phenotypes. Caboose is a 70% indica/30% sativa hybrid and is a rather short and compact plant, but one which develops strong lateral branches. There?s an average internodal distance of under 5cm and the potential to yield up to 1kg of dried buds when grown outdoors. You can also expect to yield 900 g/m2 when reared indoors, which is more good news for commercial growers. Caboose is ready for harvesting after only 8 weeks of flowering and boasts an extremely resiny production – a fact that hash and BHO producers will love to hear. We bet you didn?t know (or possibly care) that a caboose is a manned North American rail transport vehicle coupled at the end of a freight train. (S)train Hunters have crossed the creek with a trainwreck to produce Caboose. What? Okay, okay, we?ll stop messing about. Strain Hunters Caboose feminized cannabis seeds are a crossing of the legendary Salmon Creek Big Bud and the original Trainwreck. Suddenly it all makes sense! Trainwreck is responsible for the purple and reddish hues of the large round calyxes in some of the phenotypes. Caboose is a 70% indica/30% sativa hybrid and is a rather short and compact plant, but one which develops strong lateral branches. There?s an average internodal distance of under 5cm and the potential to yield up to 1kg of dried buds when grown outdoors. You can also expect to yield 900 g/m2 when reared indoors, which is more good news for commercial growers. Caboose is ready for harvesting after only 8 weeks of flowering and boasts an extremely resiny production – a fact that hash and BHO producers will love to hear.

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