Big Wreck Review

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Big Wreck

The Big Wreck strain is an Indica dominant and is the result of crossing Trainwreck with Big Bud. Indica dominant Big Bud is best known for the profusion of heavy buds it yields, while Trainwreck is noted for its cerebral Sativa high.

When you smoke it, a body stone comes on quickly followed by a euphoric mental high. The taste is fruity with an underlying muskiness and the smell has notes of blossom and skunk. Effects last up to two hours and this weed induces a deeply relaxed feeling after the initial rush. The high is not too intense so this can be a daytime or evening smoke, and it can also aid creativity. Medical cannabis users turn to the Big Wreck strain for muscular pain relief and poor appetite.

Big Wreck weed produces compact plants that grow to about 150 centimetres tall with medium-sized deep green leaves. The light green buds are large and dense and covered in frosty crystals and orange hairs. THC content is in the medium range.

This plant is best grown indoors in northern climes although it can be successfully cultivated outdoors in countries with a Mediterranean climate or warmer where harvest will come in late September or early October. Indoors, the plants do well with the SOG growing method and flowering is from seven to eight weeks. Big Wreck weed yields can be described as good.

This Big Wreck Review recommends this strain to growers who are looking for a dependable cropper that’s not hard to cultivate. It’s also a good bet for to grow it indoors if you live somewhere with a cooler climate.

Strain Characteristics:

Indoor/Outdoors:
Indoors or outdoors in a warm climate
Height:
Medium
THC Level:
Medium
Flowering Time:
7-8 weeks
Plant Type:
Indica dominant
Harvest:
Late September, Early October
Genetics:
Trainwreck x Big Bud
Yield:
Medium
Grow Difficulty:
Moderate - Easy

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Big Wreck Review, 3.5 out of 5 based on 4 ratings
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