|PLANT TYPE||35% Indica 65% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 21%|
|CBD||< 1% CBD|
|CLIMATE||Indoors and sunny climate|
|YIELDS||18 to 25 oz per 3x3ft|
Trainwreck is an old, old school cannabis strain. It’s been around forever. We’ve bred with it quite a bit at Hillbilly Dreams. We stabilized it because it wants to hermaphrodite so much. Some old school buddies of mine in [Homeboat] have been breeding with it for a long time. We stabilized it and bred it back to an indica to get it back to eight weeks and put it out as Trainwreck at Hillbilly Dreams. That’s probably what 70% of the people who are smoking have seen it as.
The other one out of [Arcade] is clone only because of its instability and it can’t be bred with because it always breeds hermaphrodites. Trainwreck’s clone only version, the yield is like quarter ounce to two ounces per plant. The one off our seed version, I’ve seen it yield eight ounces per plant.
Trainwreck is usually good for growing indoor only, and it has to be trellised like a grape vine for that. It’s a pro only, difficult to grow strain. It’s not a great big yielder.
Trainwreck can be anywhere from 75 to 90 days. It depends on how much light you give it and how much you pruned it back and how much you know how to grow.
Trainwreck pro, to me, the only one is to have somebody in your family who has asthma or something like that because that’s what it’s bred for. The cons are too long to list.
Trainwreck is one of the most difficult pro only plants that there is. I can’t think of any other like Neville’s Haze or things like that that would be more difficult. It’s definitely not recommended for people that’s not grown for ten cycles. It takes very special food, very special care, very special watering, and you have to know how to identify hermaphrodite because about 80% of the plants are going to hermie.