- Name: Creek Jumper
- Pool: Robert’s Creek Congolese (RCC) x Nugs Bunny
- Brand: The Pheno Fisherman
- Count: 11 pack
- Process: Regular / Natural
NOTES FROM THE SEEDMAKER
Extremely vigorous plants with exceptionally large returns. The nugs bunny father did well to shorten the flowering time observed in the RCC which is about 12 weeks. Expect these plants to be done around 10 weeks average, give or take a week in either direction depending on phenotype. Very sticky resin in most plants with the occasional outlier having a more sandy quality. Some of the stickier individuals can really clog a grinder and be difficult to handle or roll. Sometimes not well suited for rolling as papers get gooey with resin and clogged before half way through. Terps are fairly variable with this line. Some will be very similar to nugs bunny terps but I have also found heavy grapefruit phenos and repugnant savory phenos (celery, rancid body odor, garlic/onion, rotten carcass, chicken soup).
Not much data on terps for this one yet but it seems to have a less complex terp profile in the one result I have looked at–beta myrcene, ocimene, B-caryophyllene, and alpha/beta pinene being dominant. This plant can grow very large root systems in short order so make sure to give them adequate root space for the size of the plant. Low stress training can be a very productive and useful method with these as they will stretch through week five and produce baseball bat sized colas if fed well.
Don’t cut off all nitrogen as soon as you typically might either, this line does well with an even 1-1-1 NPK at transition and slowly cut back the N after about week 3-4.
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