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G-Bomb Plant

G-Bomb was created by famous horticulturist Big Buddha by taking a clone of G-Force, which emerged from the UK underground scene in the early 90s. Big Buddha refined the original clone by cross-breeding it with itself and so produced what is recognised now as the G-Bomb strain.

G-Bomb weed has a pungent, spicy flavour and a smell that includes notes of lemon, hash and spice. The high is typical of Indica dominant strains, being potent and somewhat sedative. This is a good weed if you want to relax in front of a movie but not so good if you’re going to a party. Medical practitioners recommend it for insomnia and stress.

These plants grow to a height of about one metre indoors, although they may reach two metres if left to their own devices outdoors. G-Bomb is a bushy plant that tends to put up one large cola from the top. This cluster of dark green buds can be up to 50 centimetres long and quite thick. THC levels vary from 15 up to 20 percent.

The bushy, branching tendency of G-Bomb weed means that it thrives indoors under the SOG system. It’s an easy strain to grow and it displays good resistance to both mould and pests. Flowering time is eight to 10 weeks and yields are in the 350 to 400 grams per square metre range.

It can be grown outdoors, although if you live in northern Europe you’ll need to pick a growing spot that gets as much sunshine as possible to get the best out of this plant. Where it thrives, you can achieve harvests of as high as 900 grams per plant.

G-Bomb is a good choice for novice growers as it is not too fussy in its growing habits. Experienced horticulturists also favour this weed for its dependable yields and high THC levels.

Strain Characteristics:

Indoors or outdoors
THC Level:
15 - 20%
Flowering Time:
8-10 weeks
Plant Type:
Mid to Late October
G-Bomb x G-Bomb
350 to 400 gm2 indoors, 900g per plant outdoors
Grow Difficulty:


G-Bomb, 3.1 out of 5 based on 10 ratings
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