Jelly Bean Marijuana Seeds

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5 Seeds $40.00
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10 Seeds $70.00
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25 Seeds $140.00
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Known to Be the Best Beans

During the year 2007, Jelly Bean degraded by High Times as one of their Top 10 Strains of the Year. Jelly Bean also possesses the power to furnish an unexpected head rush while elevating the mind and taking away all the stress. Additionally, this strain also gives your body a high that is a refreshing and relaxing feeling.

While taking this bud, it releases a great citrus fragrance that includes a very pleasant mix of three fruits, such as orange, pineapple, and mango. Jelly Beans do not only provide effects that link with any Sative strains, but it also shares a moderately Indica high that makes it perfect for an afternoon canna period. The benefits of this strain come quick and hit hard; it quickly awakens even your most inactive head with a spill of happiness and takes away all negative feelings. This Sativa-dominant strain has a THC content of 15 to 18%.

Jelly Bean is fuzzy with a small up to a medium-sized plant that is suitable even in a small space if you provide the right trimming method. If you place it in cold temperature, these elegant strains turn into a huge burgundy, and it makes it become a beautiful plant. The dense and sturdy Jelly Bean develops a thick stem, and it gives a heavy yield on top of its buds. It blooms well in both ScrOG and SOG setups.

Within its flowering period of 8 to 9weeks, just maintain its temperature for about 21 to 26°C and a humidity level between 40 to 50% and expect to have as much as 650 grams of buds per square meter. Otherwise, planting it outdoors in a place with warm and sunny weather, expect to have a more remarkable yield for as much as 700 grams of buds per plant. This strain is usually harvested in early to mid-month of October.

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5 Seeds, 10 Seeds, 25 Seeds

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