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Centennial: Otto #1

Most phenotypes are rich in CBD with a low THC content. This allows patients to gain the medical benefits of the CBD without the distracting, and sometimes overwhelming, effects of high-level THC strains. This strain was developed at the request of a medical researcher on Oahu, Hawaii. The request was for replicable high CBD expression from a gender-stable seed. With the help of friends at Full Spectrum Labs in Denver, Colorado Centennial Seeds has produced Otto #1. Otto #1 produces three gross chemotypes, each expressing varying ratios of CBD to THC, some as high as 27:1. Chemotypes have tested as high as 11.4% CBD-A with corresponding THC-A of <0.40%. Other chemotypes testing with CBD:THC ratios closer to 2:1 are present in this seed lot as well. Approximately 28% of plants expressed low CBD (< 0.18%). The plant exhibits textbook hybrid vigour and are easy to grow. This strain grows like a Sativa, long and pinnate with an open foliage pattern. It can be grown indoors, outdoors or in greenhouses and will produce light Sativa-like buds. Like most Sativa mould should not be a problem because foliage and buds are not too dense. Indoors the stalks and stems are strong and ridged and have no problems holding the weight of well-developed flowers. Although this strain might grow like a Sativa the breeder is keen to emphasise that the chemotype is outside the range that would be covered by normal Sativa/Indica descriptions.Genetics FSL 1-3 x Nepali Hash PlantVariety Mostly SativaSex RegularTHC Content Low - MediumCBD Content HighYield Medium - HighPlant Height TallGrows Greenhouse, Grows indoors, Grows outdoorsFlowering Time 9 - 10 weeksHarvest Month OctoberMedicinal Properties Appropriate for those patients seeking relief without the distracting and sometimes overwhelming effects of high-THC strains. [+]