Pink wifi, also known as WiFi OG, is an uplifting hybrid strain that has become extremely popular in the Northwest. Expect dense cone-shaped buds , covered in a uniform layer of light crystals. Originally bred in the early 2000’s, pink wifi combines the best traits of its parents, Fire OG and The White. Pink wifi is enticing on all accounts, producing gassy smell, and High Thc Level Of 27-30%. Novice users will appreciate pink wifi for its forgiving effects. Experienced smokers will find that this strain easily satisfies whether inhaled from a joint or vape, and it can be smoked all-day long without knocking you out.
Why British Columbia has the top strains in the world
British Columbia has a worldwide reputation with consumers as the gold standard in cannabis plants. There’s a happy confluence of factors that contribute to the quality and appeal of B.C. cannabis from climate to sheer potency. Here are some of the significant factors in B.C. strain’s popularity:
Climate: The B.C. “Banana Belts” provide mild, just-right precipitation and outdoor growing conditions. The result is a long, late spring and summer growing season that supports fast, lush, high-quality cannabis plant growth.
Natural Resources: Vast natural water reserves, favorable microclimates, and fertile soil also support ideal cultivating conditions. Outdoor crops on a mountain, ideally situated among the canopy for maximum sun exposure and access to clean water sources, make for excellent plants.
Grower Sophistication: Cannabis has been cultivated in B.C. since 1931 when it was grown during the Prohibition-era for (illegal) export to Americans. In general, law enforcement was lax during the cannabis ban in Canada in the 20th and early 21st centuries, and counterculture cannabis enthusiasts and sellers took advantage of the liberal environment. Decades of growing and experimentation have fostered uniquely skilled growers.
Potency: Cannabis cultivation expertise has led to today’s B.C. cannabis, which is extremely powerful compared to strains from earlier decades. THC concentration has tested as high as 30% in some strains.