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Green Crack

35% Indica – 65% Sativa | THC 17%  | Are you looking for a cannabis strain that makes you want to get up and dance or finally tackle that home project? If indica strains leave you feeling couch-locked and uninspired, the energizing effects of Green Crack might be just what you need. Let’s dive into what makes Green Crack special and how you can grow it yourself.

Green Crack is a highly sativa-dominant strain named by Snoop Dogg for its invigorating effects. It’s a cross between Skunk #1 and an unknown indica, possibly Sweet Leaf Indica, though the high feels purely sativa. The leaves are pale green and yellow, sometimes showing purple hues if exposed to cold. Its trichomes sparkle, packed with valuable cannabinoids and terpenes. Some people prefer its original name, Green Cush, or simply Cush, to avoid the negative connotations linked to its current name. You might also hear it called Green Crush. Despite being a sativa strain, Green Crack often develops dense buds, growing tall and thin.


Is it legal to buy Cannabis seeds in Australia?

  • Cannabis seeds do not contain any illegal properties on their own and can be purchased for collectable/souvenir purposes only in Australia.   If you live in the ACT or have a medicinal license, these laws may not apply to you.   Learn more about current Australian legalization laws.

How can I buy Cannabis seeds in Australia?

  • SeedsPlease are an Aussie based seed bank and depending on the time of year, may have Green Crack Cannabis Seeds available for souvenir / collectable purposes only.   They have heaps of positive reviews, but note that they will not support germination….

small leaves on marijuana plant before flowering
weed plants growing in industrial greenhouse

Green Crack Feminized Cannabis Growing Information

Genetic Background Green Crack has quite the family tree! It hails from Skunk #1 and a mysterious indica strain. Some say it’s Sweet Leaf Indica, while others think it’s Afghani Indica. Skunk #1 itself is a hybrid with over 40 years of history, blending Afghani, Acapulco Gold, and Colombian Gold to create an energizing, creativity-boosting strain.

Aroma and Flavor Green Crack, also known as Mango Crack, bursts with a fruity mango flavor. You’ll taste citrus, sweet, and earthy notes from its diverse heritage. Inhale for a sweet, sour citrus hit, and exhale to savor stronger mango or even pineapple flavors. The smoke has an earthy, dank aroma with a sharp edge.

Potency and Effects Green Crack packs a punch with 13-20% THC, sometimes even hitting 21% depending on how it’s grown. It delivers a sharp energy boost, primarily a cerebral high. It’s perfect for sparking creativity or motivating you to tackle everyday tasks like cleaning. With no crash, it’s a great wake-and-bake strain, suitable any time of day. Green Crack also has a slightly psychedelic twist, offering visual changes or a sense of time dilation, making it feel like you have more hours in your day.

Terpenes Green Crack’s terpene profile is dominated by myrcene, caryophyllene, limonene, and pinene, with a hint of the lesser-known valencene. The energizing properties of pinene and other terpenes more than offset any couch-lock effects from myrcene.

Make sure your plant receives maximum sunlight and a high EC of 2.0 – 3.0 for best results.   During the bloom phase we recommend the Nutrifield Organic Bud Burst product for insane results!   Simply add Bud Burst as an organic supplement to your existing nutrient regime from week 4-5 on for next level bud formation with a super clean, premium quality organic finish.   Highly recommended!

Strain Specifications

  • Type: 35% Indica 65% Sativa 
  • THC Level: High (17%)
  • CBD Level: 0.2%
    • Effects: People love Green Crack for its potential to ease ADHD, depression, anxiety, and stress. While it’s mostly a sativa, some indica-dominant variations exist, offering a more relaxing experience.
  • Used for: Mind awakening & creativity.
  • Flavors: Mango, Tropical, Citrus

Growing Information

You can cultivate Green Crack both indoors and outdoors, though it’s easier to manage indoors.

Indoor Growing Tips For indoor growing, maintain a temperature between 72-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep humidity levels low to prevent powdery mildew. Topping, or trimming the upper leaves, helps more sunlight reach the lower parts of the plant. Indoors, Green Crack typically grows to about 3-4 feet during the vegetative stage.

Outdoor Growing Tips When growing outdoors, Green Crack thrives in a stable Mediterranean climate with dry air and plenty of sunshine. Ensure good airflow and well-drained soil to avoid mildew issues. This strain loves phosphorous and nitrogen, so make sure the soil is rich in these nutrients, especially after rain. Outdoors, Green Crack can grow over five feet tall.


  • Thanks to her superb, genetic background, she is easy and hassle-free to grow and watch flourish under a range of conditions. In fact, it’s perfect for most Australian climates during the summer months.  Grow it outdoors for massive yields!
  • If grown indoors make sure it receives lots of light and air flow for best results. 


  • All Cannabis strains, require a full spectrum nutrient complete with the macro nutrients such as Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium and the secondary nutrients and micronutrients like, calcium, sulphur, hydrogen, magnesium, manganese, carbon, iron, zinc etc.
  • Cannabis are big feeders!  Make sure it has all the nutrients it needs, particularly in the flowering stage, to help the buds become dense. Using soil is slightly more forgiving if you overdo it with the nutrients. If you are using a good quality soil, it will have a lot of nutrients in there already, so there is no need to add any during the seedling stage.
  • During the vegetative phase you will need to give your plant twice as much nitrogen as phosphorus, and three times more nitrogen than potassium. The nutrient ratios to look for on the bottle will be either 6-3-2 or 18-9-6. You should also add in some sulphur, magnesium, and calcium.  
  • During the flowering stage, change the ratio so you are using up to three times more phosphorus than nitrogen and potassium. Also continue to add in secondary nutrients such as iron, copper, and manganese.  Make sure to use orgnanic Bud Burst during flowering all the way as this will ensure a smooth finish with no chemical taste.   Amazing stuff!
  • For organic grows, we recommend Aptus Baseboost organic nutrient   with coco/perlite 70/30 ratio.   This stuff is highly concentrated so a little goes a long way making it great value.     Simply add the pellets to the coco as per the instructions and it will completely transform any inert growing medium into a powerful full spectrum grow media..   

Growing Tips

  • Your Green Crack strain will need consistent air flow and good ventilation, whether you are choosing the perfect spot for an outdoor grow, or are growing in an indoor grow room. They need air that is rich in oxygen, to help prevent respiration, deter any pests, and allow your plant to grow healthy and strong. Use fans to help circulate air, or if you can afford it, exhaust systems are an excellent choice.

Why buy ‘Feminized’ Seeds

  • Marijuana plants are either male or female.   The male flower produces sacs or pollen designed to fertilize the female flower which produces white pistols designed to absorb the pollen.   If no male plants are present in the growing area, than the female plant will just grow larger and larger flowers in search of pollen.   These flowers are the cannabis buds that we all know and love.   The male plants hold only minuscule amount of THC, while the female flowers are oozing with THC crystals (the good stuff).   For this reason, marijuana growers are seeking only female plants in the grow room (unless they want alot of seedy buds).Feminsed seeds have been cultivated in a precise way so that the seed is genetically more likely to produce a female plant.   Autoflower seeds automatically transition from the vegetative phase to the flowering stage without you needing to adjust their light exposure.   Fore more detailed growing information, see our in depth grow guide.