Jack Orange is a hybrid that comes from the crossing between the famous strain Jack Herer and our Black Kush 98. We have obtained and preserved a strain with all the characteristics of the Jack but with a citrusy orange flavor. The offspring of this strain is composed of members of the Northern, Skunk, Haze and Afghani families. You will not be defrauded by this fantastic genetic.
Jack Orange is a strain with a really stimulating, relaxing and anti-stress effect. It promotes creativity and it is the best choice for consuming with friends. It is highly recommended to combat anxiety and migraines.
We are talking about a strain with a strong, spicy and refreshing aroma. Its flavor is fruity with tropical notes of orange and grapefruit.
Jack Orange is a plant that has long stems and pretty leaves in fan form. Its flowers are extremely resinous, spongy and rounded. It has a relatively fast flowering and a good yield, taking into account that it is sativa-dominant strain.
It is advisable to control its growth phase because in the change of cycle it stretches a lot, we can have problems with its height in indoor cultivation. It is a very flexible strain that adapts easily to any type of crop.
African Orange ♂ is a cross of Agent Orange and an heirloom Malawi from the Santa Cruz Mountains. The African Orange male providing pollen was big and stretchy, with long node spacing and heavy pollen production. These some of the largest plants we have seen outdoors in the Emerald Triangle, displaying long colas with somewhat weaker branches that appreciate being supported with trellising. African Orange phenotypes have aromas ranging from a musky citrus, to a deep orange funk.
M-Con, aka Afrinomicon ♀ is a hybrid of LA Confidential and an heirloom Malawi from the Santa Cruz Mountains. It is a high THC (some samples test over 30%) variety which yields heavily and smells gassy and sweet.
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Date and time: Mon, 10 Jan 2022 16:41:08 GMT