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Chemdawg Strain

Review Last Updated: June 15, 2020
Roy Stevens
Product Review by Roy Stevens
Product Features
  • THC Levels up to 25%

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Chemdawg Strain.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Soothing High
  • Fast Flowering
  • Fairly Easy to Cultivate

Cons

  • None

Chemdawg Strain Product Review

The renowned Chemdawg strain has given rise to numerous other strains, including OG Kush and Sour Diesel. Chemdawg itself, however, is believed to be a hybrid strain blending Thai and Nepalese Sativa breeds.

Potent and pungent, Chemdawg is one of the most distinctive strains out there. THC content is usually above 18%, but it can exceed 26% when grown under optimal, well-managed conditions.

The potency of Chemdawg provides an intense feeling of euphoria, which makes it a very popular strain. For medicinal users, Chemdawg can be very effective in the treatment of a range of ailments, including the alleviation of stress and depressive disorders.

Growing Chemdawg is notoriously challenging. Experienced growers attempting to cultivate a batch of Chemdawg ought to invest in cutting-edge cannabis growing gear to maximize the yield of the crop.

The growing environment needs meticulously careful management as Chemdawg is prone to succumbing to diseases and conditions such as mold and mildew.

Successful growers can expect Chemdawg to produce high yields of around 28 ounces per square meter of indoor plants and a similar yield per plant when grown outside. While Chemdawg cultivation is fraught with challenges, it is a strain that can pay dividends to committed and savvy farmers.

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