Went­worth cannabis fa­cil­ity in­tro­duces Lemon Dory


Yet an­other new cannabis strain has been in­tro­duced by the Breath­ing Green So­lu­tions pro­duc­tion fa­cil­ity in Went­worth.

Called Lemon Dory, the new strain is the fourth to be in­tro­duced un­der the SKOSHA brand, the rst in Nova Sco­tia to be li­censed for re­tail sales.

Lemon Dory is de­scribed as a sativa-dom­i­nant hy­brid, which tests with a THC level of more than 15 per cent.

The name is in­spired by “its burst­ing lemon avour and Nova Sco­tia’s clas­sic yel­low dories,” the com­pany says in a news re­lease.

“If you grew up near the ocean like we did, you prob­a­bly spent plenty of time in and around the clas­sic yel­low Nova Sco­tia dories,” said Chief Op­er­a­tions O cer, Joe San­ford. “Sunny af­ter­noons on the wa­ter come rush­ing back to mind with this sativa-dom­i­nant hy­brid, fea­tur­ing bursts of lemon drop candy avour and moder­ate THC con­tent.”

e three pre­vi­ous strains in­clude Nor’easter, a sativa-dom­i­nant hy­brid THC strain; Shel­ter, a milder, indica-dom­i­nant hy­brid strain with a nearly bal­anced THCTO-CBD ra­tio and Mi­rage, a “pow­er­house” indica.

Ini­tially, Lemon Dory will only be avail­able in Nova Sco­tia, ex­clu­sively in whole ower at a 3.5-gram pack­aged weight.

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