Bay Burger is the new strain from Delicious Seeds. Mostly indica, with a THC percentage that exceeds 26%... and yes, with a name that is surely familiar to you and that brings back good memories. Let's go for her:
Yes, it sounds like the Bay 11 (Best Sativa 2011). And it is that the Bay Burger is the result of the crossing of this mythical plant with the indica Donny Burger (which in turn comes from two other iconic varieties such as the GMO and the Han Solo Burger). Exotic as she herself, made in the USA to the fullest, and with some peculiarities that remind us of the most mythical strains of Delicious Seeds. Why have we said this?
Because this time there is no doubt: when you try it you realize the Pino – Lemon – Kush mix that seems tailor-made for the initial earthy flavor with hints of forest. But beware, we are missing a third step: the final organoleptic explosion of metallic kush flavor in the mouth. After living it, we can't think of a better definition than an orgasm for the senses.
The relaxing effect typical of an indica does not need to be explained to you, but we have to warn you of the irremediable desire to laugh that will come to you when you try it, and by the way we tell you that these will last over time.
Even without knowing all this, when you grow Bay Burger for the first time, you realize that you are clearly dealing with an indica strain. The canopy of this plant will remind you of the classic Afghan strains with vegetative growth that is not fast (it's next) and that stretches in the last weeks of the vegetation phase.
The dense floral bouquets covered by an immensity of resin glands that we have seen around all the buds have left us impressed, especially when we have verified that even in recent weeks they continued to cover all the leaves.
Impressive for its appearance… and for its ease of cultivation. In addition to the fact that you will not need a large amount of nutrients, it is especially resistant to both pests and fungi. Even if you are not an expert, do not worry: We are dealing with a plant that is within the reach of the most inexperienced grower. Of course, we already told you that you do not have to skimp with the light. If you want to get the most out of it, this strain needs full sunlight.
You already know everything you need to know about some seeds that are already making people talk, shall we get down to work?