Tahoe Gold

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Tahoe Gold

Developed by Master Thai Organics, Tahoe Gold weed is a crossbreeding of an indigenous Kush from Afghanistan and a Sativa from Thailand previously hybridised with Skunk #1. The resulting strain is a well-balanced mix of Indica and Sativa.

The Tahoe Gold strain has a robust skunky aroma while the flavour includes notes of sweet, tropical fruit and berries. The high starts off with a strong cerebral rush which gradually spreads through the body, leaving you relaxed but alert. Medically, this weed can help with poor appetite and stress.

Outdoors, the Sativa genetics of Tahoe Gold weed mean that it grows tall, up to three metres or even more. Indoors, it stops at around two metres, so you’ll need plenty of space in your grow room. The plants are multi-branched and the leaves are mid-green, quite broad and heavily serrated. Buds are large and firm. THC content ranges from 15 to 18 percent.

The strain can grow indoors or out and has the hardiness to thrive even in cooler temperatures. Indoors, this plant is suitable for SOG growing, flowering time is eight to 10 weeks and yields are around 100 grams per plant. Outdoors, the harvest is much heavier when it comes in mid to late October, with well cultivated plants producing as much as 1.5 kilos each.

If you’re looking for a strain that combines the best characteristics of Sativa and Indica genes, Tahoe Gold weed might be just what you want. It’s easy to grow and can even tolerate a certain amount of poor care, so it’s a good choice if you’re not naturally green-fingered. For skilled gardeners, this strain can produce huge outdoor yields.

Strain Characteristics:

Indoors or outdoors
2 metres Indoors, 3 metres Outdoors
THC Level:
15 - 18%
Flowering Time:
8 - 10 weeks
Plant Type:
Indica/Sativa (50/50)
Mid-Late October
Afghani Kush x Thai Sativa x Skunk #1
100g per plant indoors, Up to 1.5 kilos per plant outdoors
Grow Difficulty:


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