Hello, everybody, and welcome to the [Greenstone 00:00:09] Podcast. I'm Jason Sirotin joined by Mr. [Genetics 00:00:12] and [Gary 00:00:13] Walker, and today we are talking about Sour Bubba. And again, as we've talked about in previous podcasts, this is one of the genetics that we inherited when we took over the grill we're currently in that we're phasing out. But Mr. Genetics, can you tell me a little bit about what our Sour Bubba looks and tastes like?
Yeah. Well, the Sour Bubba is a pretty strong plant. It's short and stocky with real healthy leaves and real healthy stems. And it has nice spear-tipped colas inlaid flower. So, it's also a decent yielder. It'll turn dark green and dark purple, and it'll keep the musky, kind of slightly fruity taste and smells from Bubba Kush but with a nice sour twist.
Nice. Gary, how do you like this plant?
It's fairly easy to work with, which is nice, so the plant husbandry is more simplified, which is always a plus. And once again, the flowers turned out pretty decently. It's got some good frost to it. And so, it's been a decent plant to work with as we're phasing it out. But once again, the flower is surprisingly well, and I think that was because we were able to get in here early on, change the infrastructure of the facility, and really increase the terpene and triterpene production.
It looks really nice in the pictures I've seen. If you're interested in trying some of the last of the Sour Bubba that's going to be coming out of Greenstone, just ask your local dispensary if they carry Greenstone Sour Bubba. On behalf of the Greenstone Podcast, I'm Jason Sirotin, and we will see you next time.