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Grapefruit Slushy (grapefruit gas bomb x db slushy)

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Another banger from the Dream Farm!

We did a much larger pheno hunt on the Grapefruit Gas Bomb, and that allowed us to get a really large sample of phenos, as this was a “selfed” pheno hunt

We ended up with a plant that I would have bet money was a db slushy, it looked the same, smelled the same, had the same structure, the only difference was this one was much much bigger. It looked like a db slushy on steroids

After seeing the amazing growth in veg, we  decided it was too close to the db slushy not to marry the two

The results?

 

A giant beast of a plant that has amazing purples and pinks and stinks of the legendberrry it came from, with high myrcene levels that give it a very unique nose

 

 

This is a very sativa leaning strain that’ll have ya cleaning the house and whistlin a tune!

 

 

 

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  1. Jason Wood (verified owner)

    Tripled size during stretch. Rock hard buds and strong terps. One of the best smelling strains I have grew. And as always with Dream Beans it is some of the some straight FIRE!!

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      Derek Shores

      That’s what we love to hear!!!!!

      Thanks so much for your kind words! Yall just make us look good is all!

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