Jack Herer’s long-fingered leaves and dense, grape-cluster flower formations appear light green due to its sticky coating. The few hairs on the flower turn brick red as the plant matures. The smell is fresh with a signature haze accent and a pleasing hint of muskiness. Since the rooted clones can go directly into flowering, the total number of light hours in the life cycle is almost exactly the same as a conventional varietal of this nature.
If growing in soil, full ground is recommended over planters, which are usually too small. Dry climates are Jack Herer’s only reasonable candidates for an outdoor home. Growing Jack indoors is necessary in most parts of the world.
Although the exact genetic formula is a guarded secret, Jack Herer is thought to be the product of strain staple by the name of Haze and a cross of Northern Lights #5 and Shiva Skunk. Sticky flower have an appealing orange-lemon scent and profile with just a hint of some heavy pine. Jack Herer’s appealing profile and well-rounded physical properties has made it hugely popular for beginner to skilled growers alike; it has won nine Cup titles and counting!
NL#5 x Haze x Skunk
Indoor: 8-10wks Outdoor: Early-October
55% Sativa/45% Indica
10 Seeds, 100 Seeds, 1000 Seeds