Sir Jack take some of the work out of this usually testy strain. By autoflowering, you don’t have to relax your green thumb, but you don’t have to pay quite so much attention as normal. Overthink this or over work your plants and you’ll not reap the rewards of your efforts. Keep it simple, let the genetics do their job and you just need to keep her happy and moderately fed. There’s no scientific evidence, but this strain reacts well to music it seems. You’ll find plenty of internodal spacing to give plenty of access for light and aeration of the buds naturally, so keep the training wheels off.
This plant is a party favorite, as well, producing big, sticky nugs with lemon zest notes. It can almost be cloying in the level of strength it possesses. Weight loss is not a problem thanks to these physical representations of such superior genetics. One would be foolish to give up much space to other strains if you’re looking to satisfy either the brain or the pallette
The options to produce live resin from this strain are also quite varied. WIth such a big nug, that produces such good resin and trichomes, with such strong terps, you can squish, blast and freeze this to your desired output with little room for failure (getting it grown might not be the easiest, but worth the effort!). If you do press from live or cured, don’t apply too much heat and make sure to monitor the humidity to keep your product matching the taste. If you blast, be ready to run a decent purge to get the fumes out.
This strain is hugely popular thanks to the namesake and by the nature of being such a well rounded hybrid, with loud laughing and a kind body buzz. It will come up and bite the newbie, and remove the “clothing” from your nearest “emperor”. Perhaps don’t sample this for the first time before going to do something mission critical, start this off with a nice movie and some lunch.