Nepal Jam regular seeds (CannaBioGen)

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The Nepal Jam regular cannabis strain is perfect for Sativa enthusiasts who need a short, compact, and fast-flowering plant. It is rare to come across a pure Sativa hybrid with these characteristics, but here it is. You will find trichome-drenched flowers in as little as 9-weeks, and it might be the biggest yield you’ve ever seen.

  • CannaBioGen
  • Regular
  • Photoperiod
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • The perfect sweetness
  • Nepal Highland x Jamaica Blue Mountain
  • Short / Medium
  • 63 - 70 days
  • Early October
  • Sativa dominant
  • No official information

Nepal Jam: Jam In Your Garden With This Jamaican Native

The Nepal Jam regular cannabis strain is a purebred Sativa that consists of a mountainous Sativa from Nepal and the infamous Jamaican ‘85. This combination created a Sativa that will keep you rocksteady and Zen simultaneously. This is the ideal strain for those that are ready to discover a high without a ceiling.

When growing Nepal Jam regular cannabis seeds, you’ll be pleased to know that she’s suitable for growth in just about any climate. As long as you keep her within the range of 18-34℃ and below 70% humidity - she’ll be happy.

With a 9-week flowering time, she’ll benefit from 1-2 weeks of vegetation. Place her in 11L containers to maximize your space and increase your overall yield.

  • Plant to Lamp Distance: 50cm
  • Lighting Requirements: 600-W HID or LED Equivalent
  • Recommended Nutrients: Organic Soil or Advanced Nutrients for Hydro
  • EC (Flowering): 1.6
  • Growth Tip: Place Support Poles To Maximize Yield

Free Your Mind With Nepal Jam

Nepal Jam has an aroma that’s reminiscent of honey, spice, and a bouquet of flowers that can only be found deep within a jungle. Instantly, you will realize what it feels like to free your mind and experience a new sense of freedom. Thought-provoking, motivational, and social are all words that can be used to describe this Nepalese and Jamaican mash-up.