Oregon Grown OG – Genetic Variations
This summer (2019) I finished work on two variations of my original Oregon Grown OG. I’ve just released them into the shop, and here is the scoop on the differences in current Oregon Grown OG variations:
1. The original Oregon Grown OG – known for its great yield, superpower potency, incredible aroma and taste, and shockingly short flowering period. Its a customer favorite – a staple in their gardens. Its a pleasure to grow. And its one of my top 5 personal favorites of all time. Its genetic makeup and creations is described at the top of this listing.
2. Oregon Grown OG X (OGOG x Afghan/Erdpurt) – I made this variation using Erdpurt to add more resistance to mold for growers in coastal climates and more northern latitudes than Pacific Northwest. Erdpurt is super resistant, nearly impervious to molds and holds up under cooling temps, humidity and rain like a true soldier. Its flowering time is short – 46-50 days. And its colorful – producing plants ranging from dark burgundy to deep purple. The pre-Soviet Afghani adds even more robust growth and increased size along with lovely bud density and very respectable potency. This OGOG genetic variant can provide a better grow experience and harvest outcome for growers with more challenging grow conditions.
3. Oregon Grown OG x OGOG/Sour LSD – Bog’s Sour LSD can produce specimens that will definitely pop your gourd, stone you to the bone, put a dip in your hip and glide in your stride. That is MY personal experience. A hybrid of Lifesaver, Sour Bubble, and Diesel – its also Bog’s most sativa leaning hybrid. I made this variation to mostly to increase the number of specimens that achieve this remarkable level/type of potency. But I’ve found that the slight bit of added sativa has also increased mold resistance, as well as bringing increased overall size to some specimens. Flowering time will be similar to the original OGOG. Some specimens may want an additional 3-5 days.