Cannabis Strain Information: Cherry Bomb

Cherry Bomb
Cherry Bomb
Cherry Bomb
Cherry Bomb

Both of my seeds came up, and are looking lovely. So, I figured I would give you some basic info on the strain. I was looking for something sweet and great tasting for some variety, and I decided that the Cherry Bomb from Bomb Seeds is the way to go. Cherry Bomb is a Indica-dominant Hybrid, developed by Bomb Seeds by crossing they’re monster yielding Big Bomb with a unique and fruity Cherry variety. Because it is an Indica dominant, the plants grow short and bushy, and stay at a low to medium height, which is just perfect for my small space. The THC content is extremely high around 25%. I am not sure what the CBD content is exactly. The yield is also high. It can be grown indoor or outdoor. Indoors it will take 8 to 10 weeks to flower. Outdoor the harvest comes in late September early October. Because of its Indica genes, the effect is couch locking and relaxing, very sedating.

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Operation Clones is a Go

“Blue Dream” clone is rooting in the new pot

Great news! The Clones that I took a couple of weeks ago are now routing in their new pots. They are doing great. I am starting to notice a lot of new growth at the top. I was a little worried in the beginning, that the Clones would not come up as fast, because they were cut from the plant that was in the late stages of flowering. And yes, they did take a little bit of extra time to acclimate. But they are sprouting new growth, and I am very proud. This time around, I do have a 100% success rate with the cloning procedure. The EZ-cloner was money well spent.

Low Budget Indoor Cannabis Grow – Mini SCROG – Day 1

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So I decided to expedite my flowering process and start my “Channel” clone into flowering. Actually, it wasn’t much a decision, as a desperation move. Little girl has outgrown her medium sized pot, a long time ago, and was suffering. So I transplanted her into a big pot, and now I will use my small 2x2x3 tent as a separate “mini SCROG” setup. The whole setup cost me $135 to put together. Of course that doesn’t include soil and perlite that I used during the transplant, or the zip ties and duct tape that are used to mount all the equipment in the tent. But still, its pretty freaking cheap.