Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Without a doubt you can taste the pepper/skunk flavor from the Jack Herer. However, unlike Jack Herer, the effect of this strain is nearly 100% cerebral, making for a great wake-n-bake strain.
Don't worry, this weed isn't going to make you violent or anything like that. It was so named because of the theory that it would proudce "fields of killer buds." The father, a Jack Herer variety, was chosen to breed with the Blueberry x Killian mother. The result is a shorter flowering time, with increased potency.
Recommended solely for indoor cultivation, she’ll produce a maximum yield in a SCRoG setup, but will thrive in a SoG garden when planted at 8 plants per square yard. Unless topped, she’ll produce a single top cola with moderate side-branching. She also has shown to respond well to super-cropping. The flowering period of Killing Fields is between 11 and 13 weeks and she reeks of Haze during the final week of maturity. She’ll also often triple in size after forced flowering, so that should be taken into consideration.
Patients will find Killing Fields to have flavors of pine, pepper, skunk and spice when smoked, while the vaporized flavor is primarily of skunk and berries. The high creeps to full effect over the course of 15 minutes or so, providing a mostly cerebral and heady medicated effect. Look for an eighth of Killing Fields to go for around $45 to $50 at any dispensaries that carry it.
Had to hit the sativas for a strain to get me going, had things to do and places to go. This did it for me. A real great early day get me going little bud.
I completely felt the effects in my head, it took the cloudiness of my day away and left me feeling strong and fit. It probably should start someone's day for a great pick me up.
I agree with the above review this is a great Wake and Bake or Wake and Toke ;)
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