BUY (1) LIME 1 x JARO F3 = GET (1) DOLORES FREEBIE
- Strain Name: Lime 1 x Jaro F3
- Seed Maker: Freeborn Selections by Mean Gene From Mendocino
- Seed Count: 10 pack
- Seed Type: Regular (Male & Female)
- Note: Indoor + Outdoor Friendly
- Jaro = Sour Diesel x (Hollywood Pure Kush x (Hindu x Black Afi))
- Rootbeer vs. Jaro: The same male that made Rootbeer made Jaro
NOTES FROM THE SEEDMAKER
Lime 1 is my favorite of the PKXBLACKLIME F1 plants that I had back in 2010. She’s the mother of BlackLimeReserve and the LimePop male. They’re best around 8 weeks, flower them too long and they won’t smoke as tasty which–in my experience–is the case with most Lime crosses and afghan plants in general. Lime1 x Jaro is pretty stable, you can stress it into getting a couple male flowers in bad conditions on some…but that’s the case with most things if people are being honest. Most grow fast and stretch pretty big–a few are squat and look different than the rest. There are lots of cool variations on the Kush theme, OG gassy things, tart kushy unique things–all very resinous. Mold resistant, fairly pm resistant and will grow big plants outdoors full term. This is a mix of my favorite flavors and has the potential to be anybody and everybody’s new favorite smoke if you happen to have similar tastes to mine.
NOTES ABOUT MEAN GENE’S DOLORES FREEBIE
Dolores is a Pure Mexican–not long flowering, very hardy and does good in pretty rough weather.
I got them from my friends Shawn and David – they came from their friend down by Big Sur that has had them since way back, at least the 70s.
Light green and frosty looking, it reminds me of our old northern lights clone. It should breed well with modern stuff (untested indoors but I’d try it since it never herms outdoors).
Most are taller with more narrow leaves but not extreme narrow leaf, a few have slightly broader leaves and more round golf ball nugs but I used my two favorite tall narrow males to make these.
Most of these need support because the buds are fairly dense and resinous and the stems aren’t robust. They have resin that can likely wash but the heads aren’t as big as I’d like to see for a hash plant. I’d expect them to cross we’ll with something with bigger heads though to make hash hybrids since they’re very resinous and not greasy. Screened hash from them has the nice yellow color I remember from the 80s and 90s.
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