Fruity Jack x Animal Cookies
A Cookies version of Fruity Jack
Fruity Jack x Animal info:
- Type: Feminised seeds
- Genetics: Fruity Jack x Animal Cookies
- Genotype: 50% Indica 50% Sativa
- Flavour & aroma: Fruity, sour, acidic, sweet, floral, red fruits
- Effect: Stimulant, cerebral, positive, relaxing
- Indoor flowering: 9 - 10 weeks
- Outdoor harvest: October
- Indoor yield: 500g per m2
- Outdoor yield: 600gr/plant
- THC: High
Fruity Jack x Animal Cookies genetics
- A more productive Cookies
- Maximum resin production
- Cerebral high y body stone
- Sweet, fruity flavour with notes of Haze and GSC
Fruity Jack x Animal Cookies is born from the union of one of our finest cannabis varieties, Fruity Jack (Also known as Jack el Frutero), winner of Best CBD Variety at Spannabis 2018, with one of the most memorable Girl Scout Cookies lines on the scene: the clone-only Animal Cookies.
This cross results in a balanced Indica/Sativa poly-hybrid, offering higher potency and denser flowers than Fruity Jack, but maintaining its high resin production and fruity terpene profile.
Fruity Jack x Animal Cookies cultivation
Descending from two varieties with lots of vegetative vigour, Fruity Jack x Animal Cookies gives fast-growing and resistant plants that can easily double or triple their size during the stretch period.
The aroma of Fruity Jack and the power of Animal CookiesThis hybrid combines the characteristics of its parents to create a variety with chunky, resinous flowers, with a deliciously sweet and fruity aroma.
You can expect a medium-heavy yield with a reasonable flowering time, being ready to harvest after 9-10 weeks of bloom, and delivering around 500g per m2 in indoor culture.
When grown outdoors it will be ready for harvest in October, with yields of up to 600g per plant.
Fruity Jack x Animal Cookies taste and effects
Fruity Jack x Animal Cookies delivers a harvest of dense and solid flowers, coated white with a thick layer of terpene-rich resin.
The aromas and flavours are composed of an acidic and fruity base with notes of cherries over an incense and floral background inherited from Fruity Jack.
The high begins with a sensation of lightness and euphoria, promoting a good mood, before progressing towards a more relaxing and contemplative effect.
Some phenotypes can show a significant Cannabidiol content, as the Fruity Jack mother line is able of producing up to 10% CBD.
We remind our clients residing in France that cannabis seeds not listed in the European Community catalog are products exclusively intended for genetic conservation and collection, and in no case are for cultivation. It is strictly forbidden to germinate them on French territory, with the exception of those authorised by the European Union. We do not encourage our customers to break the law in any way and are not responsible for their use.
Opinions and questions (4)
Hello, By Mongolian I mean malformed Down's syndrome without a disabled main apex! you see what i mean now? Then a dwarf is a very small plant that will give almost nothing in the end! the last problematic is a male plant that comes out of feminized seed! If I add the seed that did not germinate to all of that, that makes 6 seeds in order that could have been contaminated by the male! If I count that 6 out of 10 correct seeds. If I count correctly, that's 40% waste!
21-12-2020 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Hi Jean-Paul, thanks for replying. Yes, now I understand what you're saying and why you're disappointed, thanks for clearing up the confusion. Please write to our customer service desk at email@example.com clearly explaining the issues with the seeds (in French is probably better for them) and if you can provide any photos of the mutant plant and the dwarf plant along with photos of the original packaging, they would be very useful to support your claim. Best wishes to you from all the team.
Hello, I ordered 10 feminized fruity jack x animal cookies seeds. Out of the 10 seeds, one did not germinate, I had a Mongolian, a dwarf and today at flo + 23 I discovered an evil in my scrog! I'm just disgusted!
18-12-2020 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Hi Jean-Paul, thanks for your comment. I'm sorry to hear about that, although I'm not sure what you mean about a Mongolian, a dwarf and an evil. I guess the dwarf was a small plant, which sometimes happens with any genetics. As for the seed that didn't germinate, if you check our terms and conditions of purchase, you'll see that we can't accept reclamations on less than 20% of the seeds in the pack. Sorry for any inconvenience that may cause. If you can try and explain the "Mongolian" and the "evil" then maybe that's somethng we can help with.
Best wishes from all the team.