Chemo Strain Profile
The Chemo cannabis strain, also known as UBC Chemo, is said to have originated in the 1970s in Canada. This 100% Indica strain was also said that it was developed to treat the side effects of chemotherapy.
Chemo is a rare strain and is very high in THC with levels up to 29%. It grows like a bonsai tree, UBC Chemo grows dark green resinous buds that have an earthy woody scent.
Chemo has unknown genetics. Although, a popular theory involves Dr. David Suzuki who is said to have developed this strain during the late 60s to 70s at the University of British Colombia. Thus, Chemo is often referred to as UBC Chemo.
The Chemo cannabis strain has potent medicinal effects perfect for patients dealing with stress and treating appetite loss, pain, and sleeplessness.
Where can I buy UBC Chemo in Canada?
How to Grow the Chemo Cannabis Strain – (UBC Chemo)
Perhaps, the fact that the Chemo cannabis strain is so rare, it requires some expertise to grow successfully. If you are an experienced cannabis grower, you can try growing your own Chemo strain either indoor or outdoors.
However, the ideal indoor cultivation should not involve the Sea of Green (SOG) method which means that its flowering stage can take a tad longer. If grown outdoor, you would be happy to know that this strain can tolerate cool to warmer climates.
Another good thing about this strain is the fact that it is resistant to molds and pests.
As mentioned, SOG method is not recommended for this strain. Therefore, the flowering time indoors could take several weeks depending on your medium.
The quickest way to do it is through hydroponics. With this method, flowering time will only take 7 weeks. If you’re not equipped with the right equipment and knowledge of using hydroponics, you can still grow Chemo using soil. Although, this method could take you 8 weeks before your Chemo is ready for harvest.
At the end of each flowering time, you can expect a high indoor yield of 18 to 28 ounces per square meter.
Since the Chemo cannabis strain is quite flexible with its environment, it will not be that difficult to grow Chemo outside. So as long as that you plant this strain in a cool to warm climate (but not in harsher conditions), then you should be able to start harvesting your Chemo by early to mid-October with an expected yield of 24 ounces per plant.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Chemo? Please let us know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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Chemo Ratings & Reviews
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