Productive Sativa with CBD
🏆 Spannabis Champions Cup 2018. 1st prize CBD category
🏆 Canary Islands Cup 2015. 1st prize Auto category
- Genetics: Respect #13 x Jack the Ripper #1
- Sativa-Indica content: 70%-30%
- Indoor flowering: 60-70
- Outdoor harvest Northern Hemisphere: Early-mid October
- Outdoor harvest Southern Hemisphere: Early-mid April
- Indoor yield: 450-600 gr/m2
- Outdoor yield: 500-2000 gr per plant
- THC: 19%
- CBD: 11%
The parents used to create Fruity Jack come from Reggae Seeds genepool, good friends and collaborators of our seed Company. To develop this strain we used the winner at 2012 Spannabis, Respect #13.
On the other hand, the male parent used was a reversed Jack the Ripper female: a Sativa phenotype with relatively short flowering which adds its unique flavor and Haze effect, besides greatly stabilizing the hybrid.
Cultivation of Fruity Jack
Ideal strain for both indoor and outdoor growers. High yields and top grade hashish.
Fruity Jack is a strong plant with few leaves and thus very easy to trim. As already mentinoed, the Jack The Ripper parent is ideal to produce stable offspring, as proved on several occasions.
Because of its Sativa dominance we recommend using 9-16 plants per m2. The SOG technique can also be used with 20 plants per m2 if seeds are put directly under 12/12 bloom photoperiod.
Please notice that this strain needs high amounts of nutrients to show its full potential. She requires full and abundant feeding during all stages. It is suitable for both hydroponics and soil.
Her resin-coated buds are ideal for production of high quality of hash and other resin concentrates.
Taste and effects
Fruity Jack provides a balanced blend of the flavors of both parents, with prevalent Haze notes and fruity and citric notes. It offers a wide range of fruity undertones, especially when vaped.
We recommend this strain to relax and listen to music, also to enjoy a quiet moment in nature.
The THC:CBD ratio of this genetics is 2:1. The CBD content balances the side effects of THC without losing its stimulant and psychoactive effect.