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Fire OG

Frost covered lime greenish buds packed heavy with red hairs giving the appearance of being on fire.

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Description for Fire OG

Fire OG has frost covered, lime greenish buds packed heavy with red hairs giving the appearance of being on fire, hence the name Fire OG.

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By The Toad on August 28, 2014

The Fire OG is a spectacular OG strain, it grows long and fast and the branches are thin and fragile so trellis early and often to keep branches from breaking and she will just keep packing on weight… and then there’s the smell… unbelievable pungent lemon candy smell…

She’s also picky about getting good clean water. I had a lot of trouble with this strain and hard water but since going to RO its been awesome.

Fire OG has frost covered lime greenish buds packed heavy with red hairs giving the appearance of being on fire.

Tips for growing Fire OG cannabis

This article is presented by Advanced Nutrients, a global company raising the bud weights and reputations of cannabis growers since 1999.

Strain overview: Considered one of the most potent OG strains out there, Fire OG is a cross between parent strains SFV OG and OG Kush. It carries a strong lemony, earthy aroma and offers a powerful euphoric high best reserved for seasoned consumers.

Grow techniques: This strain requires a lot of knowledge about feeding to achieve high yields. Grow hydroponically if you are less sure about feeding as soil-based nutrients can be difficult. Pruning and topping are required for maximum yields.

Flowering time: 9 weeks

Yield: Moderate to high

Grow difficulty: Difficult

Climate: Fire OG can handle colder temperatures, but it molds easily if exposed to lots of rain. It prefers temperatures between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Indoor/outdoor: Fire OG grows well indoors or out, but the resinous, flavorful buds perform best when protected from weather.

Feeding: OG genetics like high levels of nutrients, especially CalMag and phosphorous.

Learn more about growing the Fire OG cannabis strain, including its preferred nutrients, growth patterns, and harvest time.