ACE Seeds Nepal Jam is another marijuana strain from Ace Seeds industry with pronounced Asian characteristics. She is a stable mostly sativa hybrid of a Nepalese female and a Jamaican male. By combining the best qualities of Nepal Jam’s parents, Ace Seeds breeders created a strong and compact highland cannabis which is fast flowering and highly resistant to cold climates.
This marijuana beauty possesses all sativa characteristic except, maybe, her height. Ace seed selectors managed to control the genes of height and made Nepal Jam perfect for indoor settings. Her average height is not taller than 120 cm, she does well nearly everywhere. Her dense and resinous flowers, with a very good flower to leaf ratio, produce first class hash, in just 9 weeks of flowering. THC content is said to be between 16% and 18%. An intense and seductive woody fruit aroma appears shortly after first flowering days and become more intense by a harvest time.
Nepal Jam cannabis seeds also perform extremely well when outdoors. They are highly adaptive to warm or cold climates; sudden weather surprises don’t affect her yield which is around 400 gr. per outside plant. The outdoor harvest starts at the end of September and is carried out through October.
Nepal Jam sativa plants have lower CBD and higher THC counts which produce a clear headed, energetic type of high, that lasts hours and hours
|Genetics||Nepalese highland x Jamaica '85|
|Grows||Greenhouse, Grows indoors, Grows outdoors|
|Harvest Month||End of September outdoors|
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