Jet fuel strain

Jet fuel strain

As the name suggests, the Jet Fuel strain is marijuana capable of boosting your energy to unexpected levels. When you see a user, they will make a mockery of the entire ‘lazy stoner’ stereotype. It is also known as G6, but as far as we can tell, there is no relation to G13, which means Jet Fuel is NOT a secret government strain! Keep reading to find out what it actually is.

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Description

What is Jet Fuel Strain?

Jet fuel strain  weed was created by 303 Seeds and is a cross of High Country Diesel and Aspen OG. It is a sativa dominant (70%) hybrid that remains true to its East Coast Sour Diesel and SFV OG Kush lineage.

In many ways, Jet Fuel is similar to Sour Diesel, but its more famous relation gets all the headlines; a bit like Eli Manning! If you can look past the fact that Jet Fuel is NOT its legendary relative, you’ll realize that it is a fine smoke in its own right.

Jet Fuel Aroma

The smell of Jet Fuel is a bit like the real thing insofar as it offers a pungent, gas-like smell that quickly fills a room. If you are growing it at home, make sure the grow room is well ventilated. Outdoor growers may find it hard to disguise the powerful odor.

Jet Fuel Flavor

You should get a taste of earthiness from the beginning, but your taste buds will soon be overwhelmed by the diesel taste. It isn’t a delicious strain by any means, but you certainly won’t recoil in horror!

Jet Fuel Appearance

Jet Fuel consists of plump and fluffy buds that definitely look similar to Diesel strains if you don’t have much knowledge of weed. Its flower is a mildly dark green color, and its pistils begin to turn orange when harvest time approaches.

Jet Fuel Strain Grow Info

Once you get your hands on Jet Fuel seeds, you have the option to grow them indoors or outdoors. We recommend purchasing a decent-sized grow tent because this strain can reach six-feet tall inside. It will flower in 9-10 weeks and yields up to 14 ounces per square meter.

As for outdoor growing, the yield is around 14 ounces per plant. Don’t be surprised if the plant reaches 10-feet tall! It should be ready for harvest during October. As the pistils are fairly easy to spot when they change color, you can use the pistil method of checking to see if your Jet Fuel is ready for harvest.

Jet fuel strain

As a rule of thumb, you can begin harvesting when half of the pistils have changed from white to orange, but you need 75-80% of them to change color if you want the most potent variety of Jet Fuel. If you wait too long, the THC will degrade and offer a different, less psychoactive, high.