Black Jack feminized seeds
Coming from two very famous parents, Black Domina and Jack Herer, the Black Jack feminized strain is the exceptional child with an equal mix of 50% Indica and 50% Sativa. Well-suited for growing in both cold and warm environments, indoors or outdoors, this strain gives a boost of happiness while keeping you extra relaxed for quite some time.
- Sweet Seeds
- Peaceful warrior
- Black Domina x Jack Herer
- Multiple Cup Winner
- 300 cm outdoors
- 500 - 600 g/m² indoors500 - 700 g/plant outdoors
- 63 days
- Early October
- 50% Sativa / 50% Indica
- 16 - 21 %
- 1 %
Black Jack from Sweet Seeds: Growing is Easy
Growing this resinous lady doesn’t require a lot of experience. In fact, a novice grower can have successful cultivation following just a few special cares. It can reach 3 meters of height if it is planted outdoors, becoming a beautiful giant of hairy heads. The strain brings about 500-700 g/plant and is ready to harvest in early October. If planted indoors, the plant behaves with moderation only reaching about 1 meter in height. It gives about 500-600 g/m2 and needs 9 weeks to bloom.
Besides the height difference between indoors and outdoors, the most important thing to note about this strain is the level of THC it presents, going around 16-20% when harvested at the right time, while the level of CBD remains at 1%.
- HPS of 600W
- E.C. of 1.8 between the 6th and 8th week.
- Could use organic nutrients outdoors
This Babe Will Jack You Up
Black Jack has a herbal, sweet but spicy, woody flavor, almost incense-like, with just a very good citric touch that makes it stand out. The strain will relax you while making you feel undeniable happiness and euphoria with the right amount of energy, perfect for stress relief and lessening depression for the momentum.
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