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alien sour apple seeds

Alien sour apple seeds

50/50 Hybrid
THC: 20% – 28%

Its sativa effects gives you a sense of optimism and a boost of energy that accompanies its sweet and sour flavor. When growing, it has a short flower time and finishes with a purple color to the buds. It is known to have quite the sizable vegetative growth and a high resin production.

Basic / Breeders Info

Here you can find all info about Alien Sour Apple from Obsoul33t Genetics. If you are searching for information about Alien Sour Apple from Obsoul33t Genetics, check out our Basic Infos, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Alien Sour Apple is an indica/sativa variety from Obsoul33t and can be cultivated indoors and outdoors . Obsoul33ts Alien Sour Apple is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Obsoul33ts Alien Sour Apple Description

Positive Effects:
Creative, Euphoria, Happy, Hungry, Relaxing, Uplifting

Alien sour apple seeds

Mr. G:
So being able to have that strain finally, that took years to get and have it cross with an Alien Raw Candy, which is some serious alien genetics that has proven themselves in our market already just kind of puts it in its own category. And the reason we named it Alien Sour Apples is because of the fino that we’re really getting is strictly Sour Apple Heavy. That’s really what we want there. So it represents Sour Apple IBL as much as possible in the phenotype. And it’s just simply backed up by the Alien Raw Candy in THC potency.

Gary:
Yeah, I am for multiple reasons, it sounds delicious, number one, right. Number two, what it’s crossed with and how rare it is are things that get me super excited about it. And once you hear Mr. Genetics description, I mean, I’m going to be the first one in line to get it.

Jason:
Hello, and welcome to the Greenstone podcast. I’m Jason Sirotin joined as always by Gary Walker and Mr. Genetics, we’re going to jump right in today because you guys are chomping at the bit to talk about Alien Sour Apples. So Gary, you seemed really excited.

Mr. G:
That is what really makes this prof and this whole strain special. The first time I ever heard about the Sour Apple strain was halfway through 2017. I was at a facility working and my head grower, well, I won’t say his name, but he kind of always talks about a special rare cup that he had that was gifted to him from his friends in California. And sometimes we even talked about growing and our experiences. And I got really into genetics at that point and collecting seeds and rare strain. And I tried to do everything to get this Sour Apple cut from my head grower and he would never give it up. He always had it locked down tight. And I never did end up getting it. So this is the first time I’ve been able to get my hand on a cross that has the Sour Apple IBL in it as unique and legitimate and able to verify it.

ALIEN SOUR APPLES AT A GLANCE

Created from the sought after ARC and the Sour Apple IBL protected heavily by Jungle Boys, these genetics were released to the public several years ago as a one-time drop. It has extremely high potency, with heavy Indica effects, and a truly unique, tart and sweet apple taste.

Jason:
Yeah. So what’s the plant look like?

Creator of Starfighter, used in the legendary MAC, this breeder has been known by the undergrown cannabis community for years. You will still see whispers of him in the corners of 420forums, THCfarmer, and the like, as he hasn’t been active for quite some time now. Finding true Alien genetics is far and few between, but those who were lucky enough to grab some of his one-time drop of the incredible Sour Apple IBL line, have polished gems in their lineup.

How to buy ALIEN SOUR APPLES

About the Breeder: Alien Genetics

Jason:
You said you haven’t tried it, but that you are you’re anxious to. So what’s up with that.