Jock Horror takes its name from a play on the Jack Herer strain, which was named after a noted American legalize marijuana campaigner. Sativa dominant Jock Horror combines three strains, Haze, Skunk #1 and Northern Lights, three of the main genetic building blocks for modern era cannabis strains.
Although you can describe the Jock Horror strain as having a skunky smell, it’s on the fresher, herby end of the scale. The flavor is floral and fragrant with undertones of fruit and berries. The high is stimulating and alert with some visual effects and this weed is a great smoke for a party or relaxed socializing. Medically, it can help with poor appetite and stress.
The plants grow in a tall, conical shape, up to three metres high, with long side stems and narrow leaves. The buds are tight and frosted with crystals. THC levels are around the 15 percent mark.
Indoors, it thrives in a SCROG set up and it gives its best flavor when it’s grown in soil. It needs consistent levels of humidity and heat and it may need pruning to keep it in bounds. The flowering period is nine to 11 weeks and it yields from 200 to 300 grams per square metre.
To grow it successfully outdoors, you’ll need to live somewhere warm, at least as warm as the Mediterranean. As the plants grow so tall, they may need support as they near maturity.
To conclude this Jock Horror review, if you enjoy the buzzy hit and fragrant flavor so typical of Sativa dominant strains, then this strain is definitely one for your shortlist. However, to get the most out of Jock Horror, you will need a little bit of gardening skill.
Indoors or outdoors in a Mediterranean Climate
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Mid to Late October
Haze x Skunk #1 x Northern Lights,
200 to 300 gm2
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