Guava Jelly is a 50/50 indica-sativa hybrid. Wedding Cheesecake, combined with Strawberry Kush, OG Kush and the pure sativa strain Durban. This strain blends the flavor and resin production of the Skunk and Kush families with the bud structure of Californian and African sativas. White Label Guava Jelly Feminized cannabis seeds grow into productive, uniform plants with moderate upward branching and long, solid buds. The buds of Guava Jelly are a sweet-smelling treat even before they are consumed. The plant's narrow leaves are medium green, and the flower clusters are lime-colored due to the sparkling, clear, golden trichomes. The calyxes are large and oval in shape. Its long pistils are initially more yellow than white and then turn a deep pink as the buds mature.
The growth of the Guava Jelly
They grow well in a greenhouse or outdoors in a Mediterranean climate, as long as they can enjoy direct sunlight every day. Outdoor cultivation allows this hybrid to reach its full size and increases the yield considerably.
Guava Jelly is a vigorous variety that can thrive outdoors under favorable conditions. However, it may need support from stakes or a trellis, as its slender branches can be weighed down by flowers at the end of summer.
The height of Guava Jelly can be controlled indoors by flowering the plants when they are still small. As this variety generally triples its height in the flowering stage, clones can be set into flower at 20 cm to 30 cm to achieve a final height of under 100 cm. As the strain tends to produce branches that grow upwards rather than outwards, it is suitable for the Sea of Green.
The original Guava Jelly seed plants often benefit from a longer growing season. Their height and structure can be optimized for indoor spaces by pruning the plants to produce multiple stems. Topping, supercropping or the screen of green are effective.
The flower structure of the best phenotypes of Guava Jelly is in the form of thick calyxes that explode in clusters and grow in strings on top of each other. These strings of calyxes intertwine at each node, forming large nodes with multiple tips that grow in all directions. During flowering, they also expand to cover the intermediate nodes and fill the trunk and branches of the Guava Jelly until harvest time.
Flower density is greatest at the nodes and bracts, where the oversized calyxes of the Guava Jelly almost fight for space. The strings of calyxes run between the flower clusters, connecting them to form colas that are quite open in structure without being springy or underweight. Due to their thick coating of resin glands, even individual strands of the calyxes become brittle, sticky bud splinters when dried
The effect of guava jelly
White Label Guava Jelly delivers a strong high, both from its indica and sativa background. Most users initially report a warm, positive body sensation that stems from its Kush and Skunk ancestry. This effect is enhanced by the uplifting, energetic, electric high of the sativa side of Guava Jelly. Many connoisseurs become so engrossed in the initial happy indica "stone" that they only realize how high they are when they try to stand up.
The smell and taste of Guava Jelly
Guava Jelly tends to have a faint growing odor. The full, fruity bouquet of this variety only unfolds when the buds are harvested, dried and broken open. The guava is just one of the fruits in its terpene profile. A deep inhale also reveals berry notes from Strawberry Kush, aniseed and citrus from Durban and a sweet, skunky undertone from Wedding Cheesecake.
Characteristics of Guava Jelly
- Variety: Indica - Sativa hybrid
- Type of strain: Feminized
- Genetics: Strawberry Kush X OG Kush X Pure Sativa Durban
- Effect: Strong high, Warm, Positive, Uplifting, Energetic, Electric
- Flavor: Fruity, Berry, Aniseed, Citrus, Sweet
- Indoor flowering time: 8 - 9 weeks
- Outdoor harvest time: Beginning of October to mid-October
- Indoor yield: n.a
- Outdoor yield: n.a.
- Indoor size: 100 cm
- Size outdoor: up to 300 cm
- THC content: n.a.
- CBD content: n.a.