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Outdoor jack herer

Thanks to its productivity, strength and incredible high, Jack Herer is one of the most well-known marijuana strains on the planet. And turning it into an automatic has been a stroke of genius. The result is the Auto JH from Original Sensible, one of the most powerful strains of Auto Jack around. This plant is productive, full of flavour and offers a high that you won’t forget. Her energising, positive effect ensures fatigue, depression, stress and chronic pain are simply not an issue and when you consider that this all comes in autoflowering cannabis seeds that are easy to grow and don’t even need much room, you can see why we are so excited. Experienced growers however should not over look this strain either – Indoor or outdoor they will take less than 75 days to complete their cycle from seed bringing in a substantial harvest of spicy, flavorsome resin coated weed that has the power to deliver an intoxicating physical elevation that will take you back to your first smoke in good old Amsterdam. In fact, if you haven’t tried Auto JH from Original Sensible Seeds, then now is definitely the time to start.

Gender:Feminized
Photoperiod:Auto Flowering
Genetics:Jack Herer x Autoflowering
Cultivation:Indoor & Outdoor
Characteristics:Very robust plant with lots of branching
Indoor Yield:450 gr/m2
Outdoor Yield:120 gr/Per Plant
Flowering Time:65 – 75 Days
THC %:18%
Taste:Sharp and bitter
Aroma:Spicy, musky
Effect:Soaring high, energetic and uplifting
Effects:Energetic, Happy, Soaring High, Uplifting
Medicinal Level:High

<p>Thanks to its productivity, strength and incredible high, Jack Herer is one of the most well-known marijuana strains on the planet. And turning it into an automatic has been a stroke of genius. The result is the Auto JH from Original Sensible, one of

Jack Herer outdoor, ready to harvest?

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hope this is the right forum for this! first time growing a jack herer from seed, lots of work pruning, high stress training, looks like it will give about 16-18 ounces.

question is if it looks ready to harvest, it’s been around 8 weeks flowering, maybe more, can’t remember. i’m also in MA so confronting primo bud rot weather in coming weeks. already had to harvest two others early including an awesome bubba kush.

seems like lots of amber on sugar leaves, lots of milky on buds, though not tons of browning (feels like under fifty percent)

anybody familiar with this strain? i know there are different phenotypes, but i’ve got no idea which it is.

btw, that close up is top of bud, other is sugar leaf

royfree2grow

When I started growing, I whold scope trichomes every day (sometimes more than once a day) and aimed for the perfect amber/milky/clear ratio as a primary indicator for ripeness. It made sense because a significant portion of the professional liturture about cannabis cultivation refer to this as “THE” indicator for plant ripeness.

Thanks to some epic farmers here in the farm who told me they never check trichiome color, I got a different perspective on the matter. Conducting further research, understanding the plant and the following years of growing proved to me that it’s a minor indicator at best. Yeah I know many farmers will argue with me on this and that’s fine, if I learned anything about growing is that every farmer has their own way of doing things and there is no “Ultimate” way of growing premium quality bud/reaching maximum yield.

As a great farmer once wrote to me (and i’m paraphrasing): “I dont remember the last time I used a scope to checkout trichome color”. today, I look at other indicators to determine ripeness such as is the plant still gaining mass at all?, is there new growth of white pistils and how significant is it? what is the pattern of of blades number on leaves from the buttom up and specifically in lateset growth? I look at all of these factors and weigh in their relations to one another.

This turned out much longer that I thougt. your lady looks very nice!
Happy harvest!

Madbud
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QuestForZest

hope this is the right forum for this! first time growing a jack herer from seed, lots of work pruning, high stress training, looks like it will give about 16-18 ounces.

question is if it looks ready to harvest, it’s been around 8 weeks flowering, maybe more, can’t remember. i’m also in MA so confronting primo bud rot weather in coming weeks. already had to harvest two others early including an awesome bubba kush.

seems like lots of amber on sugar leaves, lots of milky on buds, though not tons of browning (feels like under fifty percent)

anybody familiar with this strain? i know there are different phenotypes, but i’ve got no idea which it is.

Madbud

When I started growing, I whold scope trichomes every day (sometimes more than once a day) and aimed for the perfect amber/milky/clear ratio as a primary indicator for ripeness. It made sense because a significant portion of the professional liturture about cannabis cultivation refer to this as “THE” indicator for plant ripeness.

Thanks to some epic farmers here in the farm who told me they never check trichiome color, I got a different perspective on the matter. Conducting further research, understanding the plant and the following years of growing proved to me that it’s a minor indicator at best. Yeah I know many farmers will argue with me on this and that’s fine, if I learned anything about growing is that every farmer has their own way of doing things and there is no “Ultimate” way of growing premium quality bud/reaching maximum yield.

As a great farmer once wrote to me (and i’m paraphrasing): “I dont remember the last time I used a scope to checkout trichome color”. today, I look at other indicators to determine ripeness such as is the plant still gaining mass at all?, is there new growth of white pistils and how significant is it? what is the pattern of of blades number on leaves from the buttom up and specifically in lateset growth? I look at all of these factors and weigh in their relations to one another.

This turned out much longer that I thougt. your lady looks very nice!
Happy harvest!

hope this is the right forum for this! first time growing a jack herer from seed, lots of work pruning, high stress training, looks like it will give about…