Every good cannabis lover will surely know one of the best known and cultivated genetics in the world, the Jack Herer, versioned on this occasion by the breeders of White Label Seeds. Her intention is to recover the authentic flavor and properties of the original, giving it its personal touch. You want to know more about her, right? Well, let's go!
How is Jack Herer?
Jack Herer is a perfectly balanced hybrid between Indica and Sativa, which if it has the right space outdoors behaves like a real champion, with excellent production levels. She has a certain sensitivity to stress caused by weather changes and pest attacks, so you'll have to take steps to keep her safe.
Which is the taste of Jack Herer?
Jack Herer's organoleptic properties have made it the myth it is today, thanks to its intense flavour with notes of citrus and woody notes and a spicy aftertaste that is the icing on the cake.
Which is the effect of Jack Herer?
When you smoke Jack Herer you will live a mental experience and very invigorating, with a slight psychoactivity that makes it a wonderful option to enjoy a good Saturday Sabadete, enjoy Grower!
How is Jack Herer grown?
In indoor crops, I recommend you shorten the growth phase and leave it between 10-15 days maximum, to prevent them from stretching too much and could come to touch the spotlights. To do this, use 7-litre pots, with which you can control the size and place up to 14 specimens per m2, being able to collect up to 450 gr per m2. In growth put it to 18 hours of light and when the change of photoperiod begins you put it to 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness.
In outdoor crops, it needs many hours of sunshine and a climate where there is not much moisture, as it is certainly sensitive to the appearance of fungus and rot. If you live in a very humid environment, you should place it in a greenhouse where you will keep it safe from all evils. Its production is excellent, being able to collect in mid-October up to 500 gr per plant, for which you must start with a small pot of 3 liters, and go transplanting to a 5, then to a 7 liters, one of 11 liters and to finish placing it in a final pot of about 50 liters not to be short, where it will begin flowering.