Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Fresh and lively flavors of grapefruit, earth and spice hit your taste buds, leaving a remarkable aftertaste. The high doesn't reach full effect for around 15 minutes, but when it does it tends to leave users quite medicated.
By crossing Emerald OG with the famed Jack Herer, Emerald Triangle was able to bring about a highly potent – no pun intended – sativa-dominant strain, known as Emerald Jack. These buds absolutely glisten with trichomes and smell of pungent fruit and sour earth. The buds are usually light green, neither airy nor dense, and have short orange pistils over their slightly elongated shape.
The breeder recommends forcing flowering after 2 weeks of vegetation, unless the grower has ample room or employs a LST technique. It’s also recommended to stake the colas in early flowering, in preparation for the huge calyxes that will be growing on them. Emerald Jack will also require greater amounts of nitrogen, calcium and magnesium than most strains, so growers should be prepared to treat these ladies just how they like. They don’t seem to care whether they are grown in soil or hydroponically.
stimulating taste and tingle to the senses.
hours of relief after medicating 2-3 hours.