Skydog Marijuana Strain

Skydog

Willy Jack

Indica 70 / Sativa 30
Origins: Skydog
Flowering: 55-60 days
Harvest: early October

Skydog is an F1 hybrid from Willy Jack’s seedbank. Willy Jack likes F1 plants because they are more vigorous growers. Skydog mixes some haze ancestors with strong indica strains selected for fast growth, THC content and a balance between mental and physical stones. Above all, this cross is potent. Smokers will fly out the chimney with both mind and body vibrating to Skydog’s song.

Skydog exhibits balanced, rapid growth in a sea of green. She reaches 3.5 feet indoors with a compact profile and sturdy branching. Skydog flowers quickly, filling her growing area with an intense lemon scent. While this strain generally finishes in around 8 weeks, some plants may express more Haze genes, which means stretchy branch growth and slower finish. Growers may find it worthwhile to ripen a stretchy plant for an extra two weeks, giving her time to brew an even more floaty, mental, sativa-flavored high. These plants are real calyx factories, producing big bud clusters crystalline with resin.

Outdoors, Skydog finishes early enough to avoid Jack Frost, even in Canada. But she is sensitive to bad weather, so she should be watched as the weather turns chillier. This variety’s normal green leaves tend toward a red pigment outdoors. However, the leaves are not very noticeable on a mature Skydog, as they will be overwhelmed by coral-like proliferation of buds.

Some tokers rate Skydog among the strongest of all Canadian strains. This is a mental vacation smoke, but one thats giddy rather than lethargic. It’s a good choice for a godlike morning walk in alpine meadows followed by a long comedown toward lunch. It would also go well with a one-man-army computer game and something loud on the headphones.

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