Georgia Pie is a slightly Indica-leaning hybrid strain (60% Indica and 40% Sativa) bred by Seed Junky Genetics. This breeder is known for some superior marijuana strains. It did not disappoint when it created Georgia Pie by crossing Gelato and Kush Mints. The result is a highly potent marijuana strain with about 25-27% THC. Georgia Pie became second in the 2021 High Times Cannabis Cup Oklahoma in the hybrid flower category.
GEORGIA PIE MARIJUANA STRAIN FLOURISHES INDOORS AND OUTDOORS IN HUMID AND WARM TEMPERATURES.
Georgia Pie Strain Review
Georgia Pie is a short bushy plant, typical of the Indica varieties. Though it grows small, it rewards growers with densely packed olive-green nuggets shaped like popcorn puffs. The nugs are covered with sticky, snow-colored crystal trichomes, with lavender hues underneath and thin amber hairs floating on top.
Georgia Pie is one of the cannabis strains that takes the longest time to flower. You have to wait for about 9-10 weeks to get returns, and the reward is also not great. It requires a humid and warm temperature to grow, with consistent trimming to encourage air circulation and light penetration. At harvesting, you can only expect 150 g per plant outdoors and 150 g per square meter outdoors.
The primary terpenes in Georgia Pie include Carene, Pinene, Ocimene, Limonene, and others. These are responsible for their rich, bright cherry flavor combined with nuttiness. Its aroma is similar, but you will feel hints of earthy herbs. Overall, Georgia Pie has a delicious taste and inviting aroma.
The Georgia Pie’s high starts fast, just minutes after the final puff. It begins by lifting your mind to a state of pure happiness and euphoria. It can be tingly and hazy, depending on the dosage. That initial feeling is, however, short-lived. The high soon spreads to your whole body, leaving you calm and relaxed and sometimes hungry, if not sleepy. Georgia Pie pairs well with housework, eating, arts, and other activities requiring concentration and creativity.
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