Black Cherry is a combination of an unknown GDP and Kens OG strain. Kens OG strain is an impressive strain with astonishing THC levels. It is still considered as one of the strongest medicinal hybrids around. It has a very distinctive Hash flavour which plays and lingers delightfully on the pallet. It is also something rather exciting to look at and has a wonderful smell which would make the mouth of any cannabis fan water.
Medicinally it has a number of uses such as helping with sleeping disorders, relieving pain, inflammatory bowel disease, anxiety, stress and lack of appetite. Over all it is one extremely impressive strain which has made a wonderful parent plant for Black Cherry. The leaves developed by Black Cherry are where it receives its name as they are black with purple buds. The trichome production of Black Cherry is nothing short of impressive.
Black Cherry OG is a regular strain which means that it uses photoperiod flowering and grows into a mix of male and female plants. Photoperiod simply means that the plants need a light cycle in order to flower. Regular seeds are often ignored by modern seed companies in favour of the more user friendly feminised and autoflowering seeds. However many old school growers and breeders still prefer to use regular seeds for a few reasons.
Primarily that they make breeding far easier as they supply males and females. Regular crops will grow into a roughly 50/50 split of males and females, occasionally it is closer to 40/60 in favour of the females. A breeder can select the very best male and female to be the parent plants of the next crop which means that they can control the quality and attributes of the crop, it also means that they can breed out genetic weaknesses. They are also often used by those who wish to grow cannabis in the wild. Regular seeds are capable of growing and breeding healthily on their own, as long as they are placed in an appropriate environment.
Black Cherry can be grown indoors or outdoors which makes it perfect for all sorts of growers and breeders. It has a flowering time of 9 - 10 weeks and gives a medium yield.