Toof Decay is a project we have spent nearly 4 years working on, involving many selections to get the desired outcome, and the hard work paid off. She is one of the prettiest varieties we hold, with lime green buds, and super orange pistils contrasting wonderfully against coloured foliage and littered with oily resin which extends to stems and big fan leaves.
Many, many years ago we picked up some GFBB (Grapefruit x Blueberry) seeds from Chimera Genetics. A really stellar cultivar; great yields of primo gear. We ran at least one grow at half the wattage than another strain that was being trialled at the time and didn’t realise as the yields were so favourable. We grew out the F2s and selected just 2 from 50 females to pollinate with their auto-flower breeding strain. Then the work continued as they bred to make the strain fully auto-flowering. It took more than one run of the F1 generation to find the perfect plants to progress this project. One of our favourite babies: Toof Decay.
A stocky indica, she makes thick stems and big leaves. Fast flowering with a super sweet smell, she'll be in your grow room more than one time, trust us. A medium-sized, highly versatile strain; constricted to small pots she’s easy to grow in a sea of green or higher plant density. However, give her a larger container with more room for roots to explore and you can pull some beasts from the Toof Decay.
She typically makes a meaty main cola, so training is possible, either LST or leaf tucking will help divert and spread this mass for a better overall yield. Flowers are fat, so during the mid-late flower stage, it would be well advised to ensure good ventilation. She’s a strain best suited to indoors, but it’s possible to run outside with due care and attention and keep an eye out for mould.