Jack Herer Automatic brings autoflowering genetics to this classic strain. Jack Herer was named after the famous hemp advocate who authored the book “The Emperor Wears No Clothes” which discussed the many uses of cannabis and hemp from an industrial fibre to a crucial medicine. The book also discussed conspiracies surrounding the prohibition of the plant. Jack Herer was bred with cannabis ruderalis in order to transfer autoflowering genes over to this strain.
Jack Herer Autoflowering consists of 50 percent sativa genetics, 40 percent indica genetics and 10 percent ruderalis genetics. This fairly even mix results in the best of both worlds when it comes to the subspecies of the cannabis plant. Jack Herer Autoflowering is capable of tackling tension and pain and has some medical applications as well as recreational ones.
The herb has inherited some of the sativa based Jack Herer qualities such as the ability to offer an uplifting, cerebral and happy high. This herb is definitely a tasty one, carrying with it spicy flavors accompanied by earthy ones.
The autoflowering genes within the strain carried across by cannabis ruderalis make the strain an easy one to grow. Jack Herer Autoflowering does not require a change in photo period in order to force the plant into the flowering phase of the life cycle. This trait is very appealing to beginner growers who are trying to get to grips with cultivating optimal yields.
Jack Herer Autoflowering is very suitable to grow indoors where it will remain at the compact size of 80 cm in height. When grown outdoors the strain can reach a bit further and achieve heights of 100 cm. This strain grows extremely fast and may surprised some growers by emerging into harvest time a mere ten weeks after the seed was planted. The THC content within these flowers is a decent 16 percent, moderate CBD levels are also present within the trichome encrusted buds.