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cherry cream pie seeds

Just started flowering, but at this time I’m getting a burnt rubber and lemon aroma, nothing at all that could be considered “cherry” smelling. I’ve had plants that started off smelling ass, then changed for the better later in flower, and vice versa, so I have my fingers crossed for something that even remotely resembles the breeders description.

Exotic Genetix Cherry Cream Pie | Chocolate Oranges , anyone run it?

Trippyness

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Looking at Exotic Genetix Cherry Cream Pie or Chocolate Oranges.
Anyone run either of these?
I know @Growmau5 has Cherry Cream Pie.

Would love to pickup one of these if the runs have been good.
Very hefty prices for reg seeds, but if genetics are there ill snag a pack.
Also, anyone got any Purp phenos on the Cherry Cream Pie?

GranolaCornhola

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I’ve got a couple cherry cream pies going at the moment. No coloring to the leaves. Looks like your typical hybrid. Grows rather busy after topping. Seemed to take training well without a long lag or recovery period. Nothing outstanding, but good plants.

Just started flowering, but at this time I’m getting a burnt rubber and lemon aroma, nothing at all that could be considered “cherry” smelling. I’ve had plants that started off smelling ass, then changed for the better later in flower, and vice versa, so I have my fingers crossed for something that even remotely resembles the breeders description.

Plants don’t look jack like the burgundy one in their pics though, maybe when temps decrease, that too will change.

Trippyness

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I’ve got a couple cherry cream pies going at the moment. No coloring to the leaves. Looks like your typical hybrid. Grows rather busy after topping. Seemed to take training well without a long lag or recovery period. Nothing outstanding, but good plants.

Just started flowering, but at this time I’m getting a burnt rubber and lemon aroma, nothing at all that could be considered “cherry” smelling. I’ve had plants that started off smelling ass, then changed for the better later in flower, and vice versa, so I have my fingers crossed for something that even remotely resembles the breeders description.

Plants don’t look jack like the burgundy one in their pics though, maybe when temps decrease, that too will change.

Growmau5

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like you mentioned @Trippyness Ive been running Exotic’s CCP for a while now. I have a purple pheno that manages to pump out some decent color despite these summer temperature differentials: 78F at night, 82F during lights on. I was obviously getting better color at the beginning of the year when night time temps could hit 66F.

-out of a single pack I got 2 respectable phenos
-both seem to finish 58-63 days of flowering
-easy to clone, fast rooting 8-12 days to root from cutting
-VEG: topping alone has been enough for me to bush out the cherry cream pie. although im sure LST would be great too.
-at least a light defoliation at the start of 12/12 and then a couple weeks later was a must for me to open up the dense foliage and get some light to the mid/lower bud sites.
-both of my phenos dont seem to enjoy super intense light from my COB leds (1150-1300 µmol/s) 800-900 µmol/s has been the sweet spot for my phenotypes to grow and flower rapidly without bleaching of the fan leaves. I tested and confirmed this at 400ppm , 1000ppm & 1350ppm ambient CO2 levels using an Apogee PAR meter.
-yield: i have gotten 1.35 to 1.5 GPW with this strain under Cree cxb3590 3500K led COBs, which impresses me given the strain’s cookie heritage from “cookies & cream” side of the cross.
-nose: the cherry fuel aroma of the dried flowers is present, but somewhat muted, possibly overpowered by the Durban Poison part of the Cherry Pie cross.
its a slightly earthy, creamy smell in the jar with a faint cherry fuel. All my friends and patients love it tho.

all in all, its a great strain, easy to grow (veg and flower), reasonably quick veg and flower, good yielder but far from big bud or blue dream, lol, anything it lacks in yield it makes up for in quality and aroma.

heres a pic I took of some of my most colorful buds

Growmau5

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to see the purple that Cherry Cream Pie is capable of with fall/winter night time temperatures go to the 1:18 mark of this video

video shot Feb 2016 at week 6 of flower, purple comes on pretty early, leaves were almost dark purple almost black by harvest time.

Cherry Cream Pie is the decadent indica-dominant hybrid offspring of Cherry Pie and Cookies and Cream. With pronounced OG undertones and hints of tartness and pine, Cherry Cream Pie’s terpene profile is half the experience. The strain’s calming effects permeate both mind and body, offering consumers carefree, mid-level sedation. Enjoy Cherry Cream Pie later in the day as couch-lock and appetite stimulation are two common side effects after consumption. This delicious strain will mellow aggravated muscles as well as minor aches and pains.

Cherry Cream Pie

Cherry Cream Pie is the decadent indica-dominant hybrid offspring of Cherry Pie and Cookies and Cream. With pronounced OG undertones and hints of tartness and pine, Cherry Cream Pie’s terpene profile is half the experience. The strain’s calming effects permeate both mind and body, offering consumers carefree, mid-level sedation. Enjoy Cherry Cream Pie later in the day as couch-lock and appetite stimulation are two common side effects after consumption. This delicious strain will mellow aggravated muscles as well as minor aches and pains.