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When TGA Subcool Seeds decided to embark on breeding what would become Qleaner, they began with a mother plant called Jack's Cleaner which is a combination of Jack Herer, Pluton and Northern Lights. They then crossed this with a Querkle father. Querkle is a pairing between Purple Urkle and Space Queen. From the fusion of these potent strains, Qleaner emerged, a strong Sativa dominant plant that delivers a spacey head high which is then followed by a numbing body stone. Guided by the delicious taste of grape, the guys from Subcool finally landed on the clone that became Qleaner. In smaller doses, this strain can fill users with energy, help users overcome anxiety, depression and stress. Larger doses may alleviate insomnia, pain and nausea.

Qleaner is a very resilient strain that can be grown by even first time growers indoor, outside or in a greenhouse. Sixty percent Sativa this strain can grow tall, with a large central cola, and does best when topped and trained. Topping and training the plants will maximize the amount of light these plants get. Containing up to 20 percent THC these plants finish after flowering for around 65 days. While Qleaner can grow rather fast in soil and produce up to  five ounces, it grows even faster in a hydroponics grow set up but tops out around two ounces.

THC Content - 20.0% Highest Test

Average Sativa
Qleaner Highest Test
Qleaner Average

Common Usage - Depression

Effects - Euphoria

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