Light of jah ® auto-fem
The auto-flowering feminized version of the Light of Jah strain gets named after Jack Herer, a worldwide renowned hemp global activist and an author of The Emperor Wears No Clothes, an informative book talking about cannabis and industrial hemp. The Light of Jah Auto-Fem has won the Cannabis Cup Winner multiple times as one of the best cannabis strains in the world.
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Necessarily, it took loads of time to breed the unique selection of many Haze hybrids to come up with the Light of Jah Auto-Fem strain. The buds are medium-density, and she has a short flowering time as compared to the original Light of Jah version, thanks to her auto-flowering nature. The indoor flowering time is anywhere between 8 and 9 weeks.
She is also feminized, and this should tell you that you won’t have to worry about male plants emerging in your pot farm. The THC levels range from 20 and 30% THC, and she is mostly Sativa with a dominance of 75% and Indica dominance of 25%.
The heights are also manageable in both indoor and outdoor environments and are 90cm and 110 cm, respectively.
What are the effects of this strain?
The Light of Jah Auto-Fem strain has a more inclination towards the Sativa side and mostly gives an uplifting cerebral high, with giggly nodes.
Is this a beginner friendly strain to grow?
This resin of beauty has easy growing difficulty and does well indoors and outdoors. However, it is worthwhile noting that you may need to subject her to sufficient water so that her ideal potential may get unleashed.
How big of a harvest do you get from this strain?
The Light of Jah Auto-Fem yields up to 350gms per square meter when cultivated indoors and up to 400gms per square meter when planted outdoors.
What does this strain taste like?
The typical taste and scent effects of Haze manifest themselves when one takes the dope of Light of Jah Auto-Fem. The taste is more of a fresh and peppery haze. The smell is more of fruity and skunky.
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