It was a fast flowering, easy to grow, tough to clone. It vegged for over two months as a mother plant to many clones. In this process of cutting for clones the effect on the mother plant are important to train her for the ultimate flowering and breeding. I have two S-1 Durban Poison seeds and am concidering a cross with Berkley for a pure Sativa. Durban is listed at a 95 % Sativa and this review says Berkley Og is 100% Sativa. An older 95ish SFV Og pheno type. Recommended for an intermediate grower.
Berkeley is a 100% pure sativa strain with unknown parentage due to breeder secrecy and an intensely high THC level ranging from 24-28% on average. It is rumored that this strain was created as an incredibly successful botany project of a student at Berkeley before spreading throughout the area. Berkeley buds have dense round nugs that are dark olive green with minty green patches and dark leaves. These nugs are covered in thick twisty fiery orange hairs and a fine layer of milky white trichomes and syrupy sweet resin. Berkeley OG has an aroma of sweet spicy herbs with a savory hint and a taste of sweet herbal tea with a peppery spicy aftertaste upon exhale. Users describe the Berkeley high as one with typical energetic buzzy cerebral sativa effects accompanied by extremely potent mind stimulation. You'll feel intensely uplifted and energetic with an overwhelming sense of motivation and artistic or creative inspiration. In fact, this strain is said to be a favorite of artists looking for a spark of creativity. Due to these potent euphoric sativa effects, Berkeley is an ideal strain for treating patients suffering from conditions such as anxiety disorders, chronic stress, fatigue, and tension headaches or migraines.