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Forum Cut GSC BX is an indica/sativa variety from Sin City Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . Sin City Seeds’ Forum Cut GSC BX is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Basic / Breeders Info

Forum Cut is a clone-only phenotype of GSC (formerly known as Girl Scout Cookies), which is a cross between and OG Kush and an F1 Durban Poison, initially cultivated by the Bay Area’s Cookie Family.

Forum Cut’s appearance is expressed by short, branchy, slow flowering, Sativa-leaning traits. The Forum Cut flower reportedly has dark green calyxes and deep maroon sugar leaves that shield the rust-colored pistils.

Forum Cut is a clone-only phenotype of GSC (formerly known as Girl Scout Cookies), which is a cross between and OG Kush and an F1 Durban Poison, initially cultivated by the Bay Area’s Cookie Family.

Top reported effects

Forum Cut’s appearance is expressed by short, branchy, slow flowering, Sativa-leaning traits. The Forum Cut flower reportedly has dark green calyxes and deep maroon sugar leaves that shield the rust-colored pistils.

Reported effects and flavors are generated from user reviews on our site. This page is for informational purposes only and not intended as medical advice. Please consult your physician before changing any medical treatment.

Outdoor: Early/mid Season

Vibrant colorful flowers ranging from fuchsia to rust orange to almost black. She has a good amount of variation but it’s all desirable and distinct. Most grow fairly compact, with strong lateral branching. Very fast onset and quick to ripen as well. A great early season plant for outside. Great for fast production and quicker turnover for the perpetual work flow. Flowers range in size and structure. Large, medium density flowers, as well as large spongy flowers that start with very long clustered pistils that form calyx-heavy sets that remind me of the original Purple Urkel.

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• Flower Morphology: Medium

• Flowering Time: Indoor 8-10 Weeks / Outdoor Mid-Full Seasons

Indoor and Outdoor: Massive!