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Black Apple Hitchcock

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Black Apple Hitchcock


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This cultivar is a genetic cross between the Grape OG and the Sour Apple IBL; the former has a distinctive fresh grape, lemon and floral terp profile whilst the latter has a gassy sour apple candy terp profile. Sour Apple IBL is a cross between Sour Diesel and Cindarella99, 2 powerhouse strains that have been met with universal praise, whilst the Grape OG is a cross between Tahoe OG & a Grape Romulan.


Legal growers can expect a fantastic plant with easy-to-grow unique flowers, colours, aromas, and flavours. The cultivar produces a terpene profile that is rich with scents of Apple Candy and thick creamy gelato scents; whilst the effects are mellow and induce creativity. This cultivar is medium to tall with excellent internode spacing to allow the plant to concentrate on receiving light and airflow, this can reduce common growing pains experienced by some cultivars. She doesn’t grow too leafy but the leaves themselves are large and colourful plus the median height from the testers are between 130 and 140cm tall. Harvesting is a breeze with this cultivar as it grows nice and chunky. The buds from this plant are beautifully dense and are decorated in every colour of apple one might find at an organic market: from greens to reds to blacks and yellows, the colours expressed in these genetics are truly a genetic feat. Legal extractors are also treated with large resin heads that refract light like stars in the night sky; this of course lends itself flawlessly for solventless extraction methods like ice water hash and dry sift. This cultivar is also resistant to mould and insects and product perfect size buds for manicuring.

Additional information

Weight 0.01 kg
Pack Size

5 Seeds

Seed Bank

TH Seeds

Flowering Type



Flowering Time

8-9 weeks

Flowering Time Guide


Indoors, Outdoors


400-500 gr/m2

Yield Guide