Cluster Bomb Regular by Bomb Seeds

Breeder: Bomb Seeds
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Cluster Bomb is beloved for its ability to produce impressively large yields in a relatively compact space. What’s more, the quality is as good as the quantity.
Price: US$31.75
THC Content19%-22%
Flowering Time10-12 Weeks
YieldOver 600gr/m²
Plant HeightMedium: 100cm-180cm
CharacteristicDeep stone, yet high
BreederBomb Seeds
GeneticsSensi Skunk #1 x Cinderella 99 x Bomb #1 Indica/Sativa

Strain Traits


Massive clusters of bud mean that Cluster Bomb can deliver jaw-dropping yields for a plant of this size and it has plenty of pain-relieving THC (15% to 20%) to help improve your day.

With about 15% to 20% THC, Cluster Bomb is plenty strong enough to offer meaningful pain relief and to boost your mood on a bad day without blasting you into orbit. After your enjoyed your buzzy lift, you'll glide down gently into a warm and fuzzy body stone.

The taste is that ever-popular combination of fruit and skunk. There are clear notes of strawberries and citrus, particularly oranges, supported by that glorious skunk pungency. The aroma is rich and strong but sweet and the smoke is gentle.

Cluster Bomb is an Indica dominant, so it stays fairly short. If you have the room, you can let it stretch up to its full height of about 140 cm alternatively you can easily train it to stay as short as 90 cm and you'll still collect a very hefty bag of bud after about 7 to 9 weeks' flowering indoors or in late September/early October outdoors. By hefty we mean up to 750g/m2 indoors or 800g per plant outdoors.

Genetically, Cluster Bomb has an impressive pedigree, being a three-way hybrid between Sensi Skunk #1, Cinderella 99 and Bomb #1. It's a robust and unfussy strain, which should be well within the capabilities of the average beginner or, indeed, anyone who wants a whole lot of harvest for very little effort.

Use Cluster Bomb in the daytime for pain, fatigue, stress and depression.

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