Incredible density of small tight bud structure. This hand-selected phenotype of GSC is sure to please growers throughout CA.

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Description for GSC

Shades of light green give way to dark veins of purple, covered by an amber sheen of resin heads. However, one thing that stands out immediately about GSC is its incredible density of small tight bud structure.

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Not that hard to grow

By Joe on May 15, 2016

Hi I’m a novice grower, ran the gsc 10x in coco(3years) . I’ve learned that she veg slow and loves temps above 72f. Moderate eater. Ec was 1.3-1.5 from veg to week 5 bloom then bring it up to 1.8-2.0 at 6.2ph . Also my plants directly under hps lamp are smaller and less frosty then the plants further from bulb. This strain can yield but I found since gsc grows tall after the 12/12 flip and continues to stretch til wk 4 multi tops r better then lst. Scrog is best for yield. One must is to give cal mag during bloom all the way til wk5 in addition to base nutes. 84f is a ok temp but that’s max. Again she can 2-3xheight after stretch so make sure lights can b raised because she can stress being to close to light. I’ve hit 2.12lb w two 600w hps in a 8×4 tent. 67 days was a perfect time and the purple comes out late. I’ve ran bloom teas, botanicare pro blend line, age old organics, cyco platinum line, and house n garden soil and coco a n b full line. All works great but dont over feed and occasional flush help. Also ran microbe life line. All results and end product very similar. The only reason my yield went from .8lb to 2.12 is because I learned what/how to dial in a plant. Topping and Scrog plus patience helped. My rh was40-65% . Not hard to grow, every nug including lowers r hard as rocks!

Dark Heart Nursery
Dark Heart Nursery

General Information

  • Type: Indica Dominant
  • Genetics: Cherry Pie x OG Kush (hand selected phenotype)
  • THC %: 20% – 24.99%
  • Average Rating: 4 stars


Geographic Origin: California, USA

Story: Breeder, who wishes to remain Anonymous, hand-selected a phenotype of GSC that they feel is the best available. They have been growing it exclusively on their farm for years, and have agreed to share a small amount with us to share with our network.

Growing Information

Flowering Time: 9-10 weeks

Yield: Moderate

Growing Tips: GSC is uber sensitive to stress so keep growing conditions optimal to avoid stunted growth. Likes it warmer early in flower and real cold late in flower. Likes higher ppm feedings.

Difficulty: Difficult, Intermediate

Patient Expectations

Scent: Fruity, gassy smells

Flavor: Deep chocolate notes, mint, spice

Effects: Euphoric, heavy, long lasting

Suggested Medical use: Pain, muscle spasms, nausea, appetite, multiple sclerosis, cachexia, anxiety, PTSD, glaucoma, migraines, gastrointestinal issues, epilepsy, arthritis, appetite loss

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