FRUITY PEBBLES

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Strains going by the name Fruity Pebbles have circulated since at least 2006, particularly in dispensaries in California. These strains are so named for smelling just like their namesake cereal. Although most are labeled as hybrid or as slightly Indica-dominant, the true genetics of Fruity Pebbles may be impossible to discern, as individual growers may use different parent strains or breeding techniques. According to a report provided to Wikileaf by Alaskan grower, Cannafrost, the THC composition of Fruity Pebbles was tested in 2019 with a THC percentage high of 22.51%.

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