Jacky White Feminised

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Jacky White's hardiness, high yield, fast finish, and striking profile are appreciated characteristics. This mostly Sativa hybrid is also notable for her stability, with only slight variations between individual plants.

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Jacky White's hardiness, high yield, fast finish, and striking profile are appreciated characteristics. This mostly Sativa hybrid is also notable for her stability, with only slight variations between individual plants. Outdoors, Jacky White likes a moderate to sunny climate. She likes to branch, so the garden setup that optimizes yield on these plants would allow a bit more space for the side branches to fully develop. Pruning or bending to increase yield works well with this strain. Jacky White smells like a grapefruit tree all through her flowering period, which finishes in 60 days at most, with an abundance of chunky colas glittering and luminescent with resin. Her indoor harvest is impressive - up to 600g per square meter under a 600-watt high-pressure sodium light. Outside harvests are predictably larger. Jacky White's growing style is Sativa-like, with a note of good Indica qualities (ease, hardiness, fast finish); likewise, her stone is Sativa-like with a hint of Indica to take off Sativa’s speedy edge. She offers a clear, mind-lofting cerebral high accompanied by a pleasant body buzz, with an enduring effect. The rich haze-citrus taste will have tokers reloading their pipes anyway.

Additional Information

Female Yes
Flowering Time 60 days indoors. Outdoors, middle of October (n.L.)
Height No
Lineage No
Plant Type Sativa/Indica (75/25)
Yield 500+ grams per m2 indoors. Outdoors 600+ grams per plant
Breeder Paradise
Autoflowering No
Breeder Notes Effect /Buzz: Soft cerebral pleasant, Smell/Taste: Grapefruit, THC: 15-18%

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