San Fernando Valley (SFV) OG is an Indica-leaning hybrid strain made up of 70% Indica and 30% Sativa. It was bred in the valley, which it is named after by Cali Connection Farms. The strain has a high THC content of between 18 and 25%, with other phenotypes topping at 29% THC content. It was created by crossing an SVF OG clone with an Afghani Landrace. The genetic makeup of this strain is dominated by those of SFV OG Kush.
SFV OG buds are characterized by small dark army green round nuggets with olive green leaves. The buds are covered with reddish-brown hairs and a layer of white trichomes and resin and indicate how hard the bud is to break using hands.
Cultivation of SFV OG is easy and can be managed by novices. When grown outdoors, it can yield up to 13 ounces per plant. However, you need to provide adequate water and nutrients required to achieve this high yield. Indoor cultivation of SFV OG is also possible where it takes 8-10 months to mature and yields 12 ounces per square meter. Depending on the growth conditions, this strain can be more euphoric or sedative. As a word of caution, growers are advised to mind the feeding program as SFV OG can burn if given excess nutrients.
Like all other OG cannabis strains, SFV OG has a tart and piney aroma that turns citrusy at the finish. However, this strain is not earthy and not as sour as other OG-related strains. It produces a mix of pungent and sweet scents at the same time. This strain has a strong lemongrass taste that sticks to your palate even after exhalation.
The SFV OG high can be described as an immediate full-body high accompanied by relaxing and sedating effects. These effects leave couch-locked and relieved of pain and stress. The high is also associated with elevation and euphoria, which are slightly masked by the dominant Indica effects. The strain is best for treating pain, depression, stress, muscle spasms, etc.
- Improving focus
- Dry mouth
- Dry eyes