Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The effect comes on quick and strong, giving users a heightened sense of awareness, without the paranoia that can accompany many sativa-dominant varieties. A great daytime smoke, Jack's Cheese Quake should allow for good productivity, while providing medicinal qualities.
Jack's Cheese Quake was bred using the KO cut of the famed Jack Herer, to be bred with a Cheese Quake male. The Cheese Quake was used to reduce the stretch that Jack Herer is famous for, while retaining a good yield. Jack Herer adds cerebrally inspired potency, making for a good daytime medication. Flowering times are very consistent with this hybrid, with most indoor gardens seeing a nine-week flowering period. Outdoor plants will be ready for harvest no later than than the second week of October. These ladies will stretch, but not as much as the Jack mother. They'll tend to double in height at the end of flowering, whereas the original Jack will stretch around three times its height. Yields are average, with most indoor gardens seeing yields of two or three ounces per plant. Outdoors, the yields are around a quarter-pound per plant.
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