It grew into a monster whose thirst was almost impossible to quench in the hot parts of the summer. Waterings were necessary at least every third day, and I had to use 6 – 10 liters of water, although it could have easily gone for way more. While the Moby Dick growing next to it could go for up to 5 days or more and didn’t show signs of “omg feed me or I will wither and die.” As you can imagine, this can be a problem if you’re growing guerilla. I used 25-5-5 and it ate it all without a single sign of nutrient deficiency or burn. Since it was very hot, however, it began taking water from the lower leaves and shedding some in the process during the last part of July and beginning of August.
This was in no way problematic and in fact better, since the plant grew to about 2m in height and about the same in circumference and had a fuckton of foliage. This “keeper” I assume was a 50/50 mix between haze/blueberry since at no point was I able to decide if it was more indica or sativa, not even in flowering. The other, more sativa pheno, is characterized, it seems, by having an intense smell when you rub the leaves, some kind of minty/lemon, while the 50/50 mix did not have much of a smell when the leaves were rubbed between the fingers. You really cannot miss the sativa pheno, simply because of the smelly leaves. When flowering began, the 50/50 mix showed more signs of thickness than the sativa, although the sativa FILELD UP. Both gave extremely good yields, although the 50/50 seemed to have those really FAT buds that can topple a plant and make it hug the ground more easily. Although the motherplant of the sativa pheno did that as well, which makes me think you really can’t go wrong with either of the phenotypes.
At one point the wind broke one of the branches, so it is advisable to invest in a net or something that may support the hugeness of the plant during heavy winds. The smell of the buds is very sour and slightly fruity, and the thrichome coverage is just amazing. Intense, euphoric, and if done excessively, ass-kicking and will put you down to ponder the mysteries of life and all things therein. große,kräftige Pflanze mit starken kandelaberartigen Ästen. langezogene Blüten die nicht sehr fest waren und nicht sehr dick (voluminös). wirkt aufhellend,erheiternd und UNHEIMLICH APPETITANREGEND! Diesmal war es der Phäno auf den die Beschreibung passt. Sehr symetrischer ,gedrungener Wuchs(indica) mit starker Belaubung die schmalfingrig ist(sativa). Große,voluminöse Blüten mit starkem Harzbesatz aber geringer Dichte und somit vom Erntegewicht etwas unterdurchschnittlich. Das Aroma changiert von Obstsalat bis tief,beerig, fast sirupartig mit Anklängen von Blaubeeren und Brombeeren bis hin zu Rosinen und Pflaumen. Der Geschmack spiegelt den Geruch, ist aber nicht schwer sondern leicht-eher"hellblau" um mal im Bild zu bleiben. Sehr angenehmes Up-High und bei mir stark appetitanregend. verschiedene Phänotypen die man selektieren muss um die "wahre" Blue Dream zu finden. Hat man diese so erfüllt diese Pflanze auch hoch gesteckte Erwartungen und man versteht den Hype um diese Sorte. Here you can find all info about Jacky White from Paradise Seeds . If you are searching for information about Jacky White from Paradise Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Degustation, Awards, Strain Reviews, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy, Hybrids / Crossbreeds or User Comments for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database! Jacky White is a mostly sativa variety from Paradise Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±63 days ) and outdoors . Paradise Seeds' Jacky White is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds. THC: *** CBD: * High Yield, Fast Finish… Jacky White is the ultimate performer, a dashing mix of heritage and knowledge. A big harvest sativa that became an instant classic when it was introduced. We took our time to develop this new school strain.
The quest was to breed a plant that combined the greatest characteristics of the greatest plants. It took time - years - to get the strain just the way we wanted it, but the result was worth it. The strong sativa genetics of this plant mean that it can climb and those side branches will reach for the space to support its bounty of long and well formed buds.
Indoor growers with limited space may look to pruning and bending methods to control the growth.