Fruity Pebbles OG via Thcnkc

@Thcinkc has been gracious enough to gift me a few seeds over the last year or so, thanks my friend, so I asked if there was something he’s given to me he wanted to see ran since I’ve been running clones for a little while. Neither of us can recall Fruity Pebbles OG being ran on the lab side or the free side. Well she made it to the free world and popped out!

She’s in straight pro mix and just received two mists from the water bottle. Once she roots up I’ll transplant into a 5 gallon with the amended pro mix … mix that I use primarily. Will run technaflora recipe for success nutes on her throughout.

I’ll up date this weekly.


These came from blackskull seeds couldn’t find any info on their site this was on leafly but if this is anywhere close to this description I think it’ll be pretty sweet to keep around.


From black skull page

This slightly indica dominant hybrid (55% indica/45% sativa) produces moderate THC levels ranging from 18-21% on average and has become one of the most popular strains on the market.

Those who enjoy this variety describe it’s high as a cloudy, strong body buzz that is mind cleansing and follows with a mild couch lock.

Although it gives the sensation of time slowing around you, it still leaves you with a friendly, energetic cerebral high that enables you to function.

Fruity Pebbles, as the name suggests, tastes of sweet tropical berries with an aroma to match with minty green fluffy buds blanketed in resin and crystals.

One of the most amazing features of this strain is the rainbow colouring of the hairs on the buds: a fusion of reds, oranges and purples.

Fruity pebbles is ideal for treating chronic pain and mood disorders.

Data sheet

THC High (15-20%)
Lineage Green Ribbon x Granddaddy Purple x Tahoe OG x Alien Kush
Variety Hybrid, Mostly Indica
Gender Feminized
Photoperiod Normal
Flowering Time (days) 56-63
Outdoor Harvest Early October
Yield Indoor (g/m2) 450 – 550 gr/m2
Yield Outdoor 600 gr/plant

Update time 1 week above soil pretty smooth sailing so far. Anyone else use something to put over plant to spray medium? I use it up until plant is too big to keep the roots searching and stretching to find the water, and to keep from dampening off. In dome for at least another week or so.

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Like a ninja with the like button :laughing: @Missiles

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Ha you know it! Quick draw Clone Malone :joy::sunglasses:

Or wait Queen LaReefa :heart_eyes:

Lol I don’t know who I am anymore

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Transplanted Into 2 gallon pot will keep it in that pot for up to a month then to a 5 or 7 for flowering. Buried the stem a little deep to try to keep her short since going to veg this one for a while. Keeping dome on for next couple days I’ll start to introduce her to light without the dome.

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QB powered thanks @dbrn32


Looking good!


Cruising along.


Under 2 Qb 132’s now. Still cruising leaving in this pot another week then transplant to 5-7 gallon.