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What is CBG Zerodue
CBG Zerodue is a stellar cannabis variety that is sure to be a household name in no time. A cross between CBD Critical XXL and Italian Research Genetics, CBG Zerodue isn’t just remarkable for its fast flowering times and potential yield – as you may expect from such a parental lineage. Incredibly high in CBG and low in THC, CBG Zerodue offers a new and exotic experience typically unobtainable from commercial seed.
Flowers from CBG Zerodue can be expected to have THC levels below 0.2% and CBG levels as high as 9,18%, making it a total game changer for the medical community and for the breeding community since levels this high of CBG has been virtually impossible to obtain previously. Also, the low amount of THC makes this cannabis legal nearly all over the world.
Growing and blooming
Plant height varies considerably, from just under 1 meter to almost 1.5 meters and the germination rate is around 98%. The variation in height and lower than optimally desired germination rate can be credited to just how new these genetics are. Still in its breeding program’s adolescence, it’s very normal to observe these sorts of varied characteristics in first-generation crosses. Similarly, yields vary tremendously from plant to plant, however many plants will express their CBD Critical XXL ancestry by showing gigantic yields.
Cannabigerol (CBG) is one of more than 120 identified cannabinoids found to be produced by cannabis and forms from CBGa, which is considered the parent molecule from which all other cannabinoids are synthesized by the plant. Because it typically constitutes only a very small portion of the cannabinoids found on a mature cannabis plant, it wasn’t until recently - and through extensive breeding – that high CBG cannabis seed became available.
CBG medical The medical community finds CBG particularly interesting. While this interest is spurred by the potential health benefits related to the cannabinoid, CBG is known for being the most expensive cannabinoid to produce, making it particularly difficult to study in mass – until now!