Jamaican Pearl Sativa Genetics that Strive Anywhere
Without a doubt, Caribbean and Jamaican Sativas are among the most potent worldwide. While most users would want to have the strains in their catalogues, some live in areas where the climate is not warm enough to support its growth. Breeders at Seni Seeds decided to create a similar strain that could do well in cold regions. They hybridised Jamaican star Marley’s Colli with Early Pearl. The latter gives the strain its climate-adaptive characteristics while Early Pearl delivers taste.
Smoke Report/Effects of Jamaican Pearl
Jamaican Pearl lives up to the reputation of Sativas from the Caribbean regions. The resin-covered buds of this strain will stamp a huge smile on your face immediately after you take a few tokes. A cerebral high ensues making you feel happy and good about yourself. It is characterised by improved moods, an increase in energy levels and creativity.
The effects of the strain are manageable and will not overwhelm the user. Furthermore, the smoke is known to have some medicinal value to the users. Users have reported having experienced anxiety and stress relief when using the strain thanks to the mood improvement capabilities. It is also known to offer appetite to patients and stimulating focus. Use her during the day with friends and enjoy time having fun.
Appearance, Smells and Flavours of Jamaican Pearl
When growing, the Jamaican Pearl plant will show Sativa like characteristics thanks to its Sativa dominant genetics. It will have a generally long and slender shape featuring finger-shaped leaves. After the average flowering period, the plant will produce dense buds on the stems and main cola. They will make an abundant harvest.
On the smell and flavour department, Jamaican Pearl does not disappoint. The smoke will feature delicious, tropical aromas that will leave you with a fruity and sour aftertaste. The joint will leave a sticky layer of resin with smells of a summer’s evening in the Caribbean.
Grow Report of Jamaican Pearl
Jamaican Pearl will grow tall and flower between August and September. It is fast-growing and will do well both indoors and outdoors. Indoors, it will some SoG or ScroG cultivation techniques with 600W lights to give substantial yields. Outdoors the plant will perform much better.
- A flowering period of 50 to 70 days
- the indoor yield of 450 to 500 grams per metre square
- High yields outdoors
- Outdoor heights of up to 3 metres
Try out this Pearl from Jamaica if you want to quench your thirst to know how Caribbean strains taste. Order your seeds today from our Hollandshigh SeedShop.