We have crossed-bred our Black Domina with an exceptional Jack Herer of pleasing and intense aroma similar to the haze’s cathedral incense. The result is one of our most powerful and productive plant.
This variety produces long side branches and plenty of abundant resinous buds, giving the plant a shape similar to a sphere. This cross provides the plant a sweet aroma characteristic of Black Domina that softens the deep incense aroma of our Jack. It features the great vigor of a hybrid, totally adapted to indoor conditions. Planted outdoor directly in the ground and with enough sunlight it becomes a resinous and hairy monster of about 3 meters of height.
I planted two of these for my last grow.
The seeds sprouted quickly, and once in the veg stage grew vigorously. Vegged for 60 days, topping each plant just once, to catch up to two others I had already going since 3 weeks before.
During flower, showed sex really early... within 2 or 3 days. Didn't stretch too much during early flower, maybe 50-60%. By week 3 they are loaded with thick pistilly flowers. At this point I could tell I was going to be in for a treat. With only topping once, I had over 20 colas on the one plant, and 18-20 on the other. Within the next 4 weeks, the buds began chunking up nicely. Not much stacking, but each node formed large tear drop shaped buds, with big chunkers on top, all loaded with densely packed trichomes. One plant smelled like fruity cheese, while the other smelled like blueberry incense.
Harvested after 8 weeks, each plant yielded over 4oz of large dense resinous buds, despite running into root rot issues with my autopot system 3 weeks into flower. Each plant had a 300w mid-tier LED to herself. After 8 weeks of curing, they both are starting to smell like blueberry cheese incense. Sounds weird, but its extremely intriguing and makes me want to keep going in for another sniff. The high is great. Quite strong, but relaxing and mellow. Not too couch locky, so its still a good mid day, to evening strain. Great intense focus and creativity. Quite happy with this one! (Posted on 10/31/2020)