“Mountain Dew CBG” is a feminized variety developed for the production of CBG (Cannabigerol)
CBG is a hot topic in the market, particularly for farmers looking to produce a high value-added bud. This strain is known for its uniform shape, plant vigor and yield.
We suggest a density of 3000 to 5000 seeds per hectare (based on the sowing period)
Judging by its name … The inflorescences of this special variety possess effervescent notes of citrus, lemon and lime.
Genotype : Feminized Dioica
Climatic adaptability : North, Central, Southern Europe, North and South America
Vegetative cycle : 100/140 days
Height: 1.5 – 2 meters
Full bloom : early September
Average yield in inflorescences per plant (dry) : 200gr
Average biomass yield per hectare (dry biomass): 1000Kg – 1500Kg
THC: <0.07-1% CBD : 0.5-3% CBG *: 8-15%
Mountain Dew Hemp Hash THC: 0.19% CBG: 49.91% CBD: 16.95%
The seed, if stored in a cool and dry place, retains the germination capacity also for the following year.
For outdoor commercial crops a 2000 seed is recommended for spring planting or 3000 seed for July planting per acre.
* CBG is a molecule belonging to the cannabinoid family. At the moment 140 of them have been identified in the hemp inflorescences. CBG can be influenced by various chemical-physical, genetic and environmental factors. Therefore, each variety could develop a variable CBG content based on the phenotypes in the field.
** Depends on cultivation techniques. and the harvesting method used.
** The seed booking season runs from November to March.
Naturally feminized at the plantation during the plant lifecycle process.
Feminized using our unique 2 stage organic feminizing process that lets you be tomorrow’s strain hunter.
We utilize a 2 step method of feminizing, allowing our customers the joy of feminizing. Our first process is on the farm where plants are feminized prior to harvest to achieve up to 80% feminized ratio. This method of seed production offers organic grown seed batched with plants highly resistant to mold and pests and crop diseases.