BUY (1) ROYAL JUICY = GET (1) DOLORES FREEBIE
- Strain Name: Royal Juicy
- Lineage: Juicy Gummy x Royal Kush
- Seed Maker: Freeborn Selections by Mean Gene From Mendocino
- Seed Count: 10 pack
- Seed Type: Regular (Male & Female)
- Note: Silver Sun Collection
- Juicy Gummy aka Cherry Limepop F1 #1 = Cherry Pie (Bag Seed) x PKxBlack Lime F2
NOTES FROM THE SEEDMAKER
The Juicy Gummy was a clone I kept out of my CherryLimePop F1, which was my Cherry clone crossed with the LimePop male. It was the only plant in the cross that I thought leaned to the lime side. It was used to make JuiceZ which is a cup winner.
I crossed Juicy Gummy with two Royal Kush males that I got out of seeds from my buddy.
The Royal line I used is different than the other Royal I’ve seen, very sweet and tart with nice kushy smells, not really gassy or mildly sweet like some I’ve seen and the resin is consistently pretty thick.
Both sides of the cross do exceptionally well outdoors in the weather and finish by the beginning of October. Royal Juicy did well indoors but one grower had one plant with male flowers on the main stalk from seed so I’ve added an Outdoor Only ‘Silver Sun’ sticker to the packs–I’d grow them indoors (with a little caution) myself.
Smells are fruity sweet tart candy strawberry etc. Afghan dominant plants with lots of color and resin. I wouldn’t expect to find plants that yield water hash but likely exceptional for CO2 or Hydrocarbon extracts etc, due to a large terpene content.
PrivateBreeds on IG has lots of pretty pictures posted and this was a big favorite of his while he was testing around a dozen lines for me indoors. He had no intersex issues and described the smell as true strawberry daiquiri.
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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