Characteristics100% Regular Weed SeedsA Mostly Sativa StrainLight to Average YieldsA Cup Winner
Another incredible hybrid with roots in the Jack Herer breeding program, this next-generation sativa is one of the breeder’s more recent creations. Upon release, Mother's Finest was an instant hit, winning first place for sativa at the 2002 Cannabis Cup just a few months later. It’s perhaps best thought of as a Hazey offshoot of the Herer line rather than a direct Jack descendant. However, just like Jack Flash, Mother's Finest is best understood as a purposeful fine-tuning of Jack Herer’s multi-faceted gene pool.
This gorgeous plant - with her sweet-sour flavour rush and ecstatic cerebral high - represents the crème-de-la-crème of cannabis cultivation. These vegetative rippers will require the full flowering time, although this is still a considerably shorter period than comparable Haze hybrids. Less frequent phenotypes with a stronger indica influence can mature in eight weeks.
Sensi Seeds Mother's Finest cannabis seeds produce plants that quickly gain a lot of height when blooming, meaning that growers with limited upward space should flower early. Like other mostly-sativa hybrids, this strain can be put into 12/12 as rooted clones or small seedlings.
The divine sight and smell of Mother's Finest in full flower will delight any lover of cannabis, right up to the most dedicated sativa worshiper. Her conical bud formation takes shape early in flowering as profuse sprays of long-haired calyxes sprint along the stem and branches to join up the clusters at each internode. In later weeks, the spear-shaped colas expand into impressive lime green stalactites of crystal-smothered bud. As her pistils darken, the calyxes of Mother's Finest swell and harden, maximising the surface area available for resin glands to multiply. Some phenotypes display extra-vigorous production, forcing calyxes into miniature peaks at the top and sides of large buds, giving the main colas a wickedly horned look. A fine plant in both name and nature!
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