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Gorilla Glue #4

Gorilla Glue #4 was accidently created as the result of crossing between Sour Dubb and Chem Sister Hermie. It’s multiple winner of High Times Cup.

The strain has medical use during Menstrual cramps and other pains, anxiety, nerves.

Also it has high level of THC and great aromas and tastes. It presents odors of lemon, pine with slightly minty and sweet flavours of chocolate with diesel aftertaste.

The flowering cycle is about 58-63 days.

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Wow I am very happy that all the trimming is over :flushed: it took a few of us 3 weekends to trim but I could not be happier with the end result. Gorilla Glue #4 is a hard hitting strain that will be in my garden for a long time to come. She has been curing now for 2 weeks and the high will put you on your ass for a good couple of hours. Coming from a 10 yr + daily smoker that’s saying something.
Update: so after a couple more weeks of enjoying this strain I’ve just gotta say wow! I have smoke this strain plenty and even have a few friends who grow it, which is where I got the genetics from originally. This bud is incredible! it has been curing for about 3 weeks or so and the flavor and high is out of this world! I could not be more pleased. I have smoked some with a few friends and they are all equally impressed. I am very excited to see how the next round turns out, and to compare the bud to this round. Thanks to everyone for checking out my diary and for helping me out with tips and suggestions I always appreciate it

Update #2 bought some hash bags and made some dry ice hash with the trim I had. The bags were 20 bucks on amazon and the dry ice was 15. I got a little over an ounce off of the 25 micron and 72 micron bags, I could have done the 120 micron as well but my arms were tired and I was quite happy with what I got off the first two :+1: I would highly recommend this to everyone because I got quite a lot of hash off of the trim I would have otherwise thrown away.

Cannabis grow journals, strain reviews by home growers, harvests and trip reports. Gorilla Glue #4 by GG strains strain information.

Tips for growing Original Glue cannabis

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

Strain overview: Created by cannabis breeder GG Strains, Original Glue is one of the most potent strains on the market today. Coming from Chem’s Sister, Sour Dub, and Chocolate Diesel, this hybrid strain has won multiple Cannabis Cups. With a THC content that regularly hits the 25-30% range, Original Glue’s earthy buds will glow with more trichomes than you’ve likely ever seen. It is a highly coveted strain that has been circulated only as a clone for now, with seeds soon coming from GG Strains directly.

Grow techniques: Original Glue will do wonders with a SCROG (screen of green) style grow as the plants will be fast to fill your garden space, especially if grown hydroponically. Giving all the buds equal chance for full sunlight will guarantee the entire plant reaches its peak potential while supporting its beautiful colas. Because Original Glue came from a hermaphroditic plant, so be aware that pollen sacs can develop from this strain.

Flowering time: 8-9 weeks

Yield: Moderate to high

Grow difficulty: Moderate

Climate: Moderate climates between 68 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep humidity down while flowering to help against mold. Colder temperatures will also increase trichome production towards the end of flowering.

Indoor/outdoor: Original Glue can be grown both indoors and outdoors successfully. Trichomes are naturally water repellent, so this crystallized strain always has a raincoat on while flowering.

Feeding: Try using potassium silicate-rich foods that will help strengthen the plant as these buds develop.

Learn more about growing the GG4 cannabis strain, including its preferred climate, growth structure, and specific nutrient needs.