Oregon Grown OG

(5 customer reviews)


Oregon Grown OG

Genetics: Ghost OG x Iranian Early Flower
Sex: regular
Flowering Period: 55-65 days
Height: medium to medium/Tall.
Outdoors, some can go big
Yield: 400 gm. up to 2+ lb.

Oregon Grown OG is a faster finishing OG hybrid that can yield far, far better than typical OGs.   She’s also respectably potent, with lots of rich earthy forest and spice along with the locker-room dank funkiness the Ghost OG is known for – a real treat for your mind, body, and taste buds.

Our ‘OG OG’ is a robust grower and clones easily.  Her bud to leaf ratio is fairly decent too, which makes trimming easier.  She can be grown indoors, but she loves the LIGHT (due to the IEF father) and will want all you can give her.  She really excels and reaches her full potential when grown outdoors under the sun.  With her short 53-65 day flowering time, its possible to harvest the earliest (Iranian-leaning) phenotype by first week September, when germinated indoors and put outside by May 15 – June 1.

The Iranian ‘early flower’ (father in this cross) was sourced from Dr. Greenthumb, S1 from original cutting. To get that into regular seed form, I outcrossed it to the Blue Satellite 2.2, then bred two more generations always selecting males to cross back into the original IEF>

The Ghost OG (mother),  in my opinion,  is the most sativa-leaning of all the OGs out there and rivals the best of ’em for potency too.  The Iranian (early flower) brings better plant structure and increased bud size to the lanky and ‘so-so’ yielding OG.  It also adds a flavor profile of rich earth, forest and spice,  and a much shorter flowering time — all without overshadowing the dank and desirable traits of the prized Ghost OG.

To recreate this awesome variety in regular seed form, stellar female plant specimens from original original Ghost OG were selected and outcrossed to the Iranian Early Flower.  Males were then selected from this outcross and used to pollinate back IN to the original mom for a true BX1.  Then three further breeding generations, each with selected males pollinating back to the original cut for BX 4.

A fair amount of work with BOTH parents in this cross –a few years and several breeding generations have gone in to getting to this point.

Our test grows show you can expect these seeds to produce vigorous plants – easy growers with good branching that enjoy most growing methods – topped, christmas tree, sog.

* available in packs of 10 regular seeds

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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.

5 reviews for Oregon Grown OG

  1. briteleaf (verified owner)

    Started 22 seeds. Seeds all popped quickly and started them under LED’s in March. Strong, growth with dark leaves did well. Matched daylight hours before planting them outside on May 15. Planted 3 in very large 20 gallon pots and 7 in the earth. The 3 in pots stayed very short and autoed. In early August, the 7 in the ground have been pinched once and are about 5 feet tall and 4 of them have already produced some outrageous looking buds. 3 others in the ground are just beginning to bloom. Am ABOVE the 45th latitude. The potted and the 4 will be harvested late this month, August. Expect the last 3 to harvest before the 3rd week in September. The stems are strong and are solid in blooming with no gaps or leggy buds.
    The plants are very robust with many branches of buds. Am very pleased with how heavy the buds are and this is just the beginning of August. The 3 potted plants are short but have produced heavy buds. After the massive blooming, the female buds swell and are covered with THC. The smell is not strong.
    Will not be able to sample for a few weeks yet but can readily tell that the quality of the cannabis is superior to what I’ve grown for many, many years before. Grew these outdoor plants where ALL other cannabis plants have shown signs of mildew in past years but these have shown no signs of it. Of course, our record, hot and dry July contributed.
    Recommend these seeds highly because of their short bloom and the large number of trichromes.

  2. briteleaf (verified owner)

    Followup of previous review after harvest, drying and cure. Oregon grown OG produced more per plant than any I have grown for decades. After donating to Oregon vets and everyone I know, I ended up dumping POUNDS of huge bud branches in the yard debris for composting. The smoke is sweet, smooth, and is excellent puffage. This has become my all-time favorite outdoor grow plant. Recommend most highly.

  3. jacktheknife

    ‘Oregon Grown og’ is my favorite weed.
    {It really is}
    Like Deb says it clones easily is fast and potent.
    Its not real tall and outside looks the least like weed of any strain I have ever seen. Not the big 5 fingered leaf but a three leaf plant short, bushy and not as noticeable. Even the color is different from other strains.
    Inside, a good size to grow under a 400w hps. I keep trying new strains but Oregon Grown og out-produces the others and its real strong.
    What can I say? It’s healthy as a hog and grows like Kudzu.

    Thank you…


  4. Zachary (verified owner)

    I had a germination rate of 100%, 11 out of 11 popped. I have been growing them for around a month and a half and I so far have 5 females, 3 males, and 3 to be determined. The plants look great. Extremely impressed with these seeds!

  5. planter (verified owner)

    For many years OR. OG has been a favorite of ours & last year we selected the Erdpurt cross. No regrets as the plants were tough enough for the difficult 2021 weather, produced a tremendous yield of a chocolate coffee flavored flower which is plenty potent.
    It was pretty easy to grow, didn’t require extreme support & was done in early October.

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