Grin Creeper… Auto Jack puts a pinch of Ruderalis into a Jack Herer and White Widow cross, to create a hybrid that has performance running through its veins. With a combination of such classic varieties this plant produces an upful high to take your worries away.
Jack Herer is a legendary strain, named after the cannabis activist who fought long and hard for legalization of the herb. A plant that is naturally tall in stature, Its personality is sativa dominant, Jack Herer is a real creeper, and that creep comes with long lasting stamina too. We selected a strong JH mother plant to breed with.
White Widow is also a legendary strain, one named after the exotically potent Black Widow spider and rechristened White to recognize the intense sugary crystal coating of trichomes that cover the buds. Notorious for its strength, the White Widow is also fast to flower, and we selected one of this species for that reason.
With two great strains combined, Auto Jack was born from the best of both worlds. The autoflowering element comes from the Ruderalis, a truly wonderful cannabis plant that can brave the Arctic circle thanks to the automatic flowering cycle it has naturally developed over millions of years of evolution. These genes give the Auto Jack short stout growth and a rapid flower process (estimated 65-70 days indoors and 75-80 days, some growers have reported cropping even quicker).
This hybrid has stability, form and ancestry, producing excellent harvests of big buds – up to 450 grams per square metre in an indoor setup and 200 grams per plant outside. This makes it a highly efficient plant for both indoor and outdoor growers across northern and southern hemispheres.
As for the effects, when the Widow meets Jack the outcome is a pleasurable clash of historical highs. With strength and stamina this is a strain that will appeal to old school and new school smoke crews alike.
- % THC
- 14 - 18
- Low (0 - 1%)
- % CBD
- Jack Herer x White Widow
- Mostly Sativa
- High (15-20%)
- Life Cycle
- Median: 75 - 90 days
- Harvest Time From Seed (days)
- Yield Indoor (g/m2)
- Yield Outdoor