Strawberry Cough has a Sativa-like leaf and plant structure. Although minimal, she boasts advantageous Indica-leaning characteristics, such as her notable robustness and relatively swift growth, and moderate or manageable stretch. Indoor growers will be happy to know that she won’t reach for the skies like Silver Haze, Amnesia Haze or Moby Dick.
The uncomplicated cannabis can be grown in both Sea of Green (SOG) and Screen of Green (SCROG) setups to get the best yields. If you’re an advanced cultivator, she can also be super cropped to increase the bud production even more. Should you decide to let the plant grow without human intervention, worry not as her stems are sturdy enough to prevent the branches from breaking under the weight of her colas.
For optimal indoor development, a 5- to 6-week-long vegetative period is recommended for Strawberry Cough grown from regular or feminized seeds. This is followed by 9 to 10 weeks of flowering, setting the harvest 14-16 weeks from germination. The strain shares around 400 grams per square meter in favorable conditions.
If you’re somewhere consistently warm and sunny, you can absolutely raise Strawberry Cough outdoors. The largest harvest possible is 400 grams per plant and is obtainable in places under temperate Mediterranean climate. She is quite susceptible to mold and other pathogens, so avoid exposing her to long periods of cold conditions or bad weather.