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London Pound Mints x Jealousy Regular Cannabis Seeds by Grounded Genetics is the latest regular strain to drop from Grounded Genetics‘s illustrious stable using their incredible Jealousy stud.
The notorious Pancakes cut of London Pound Mints (LPC#75 x KM#11) from Cookies has an unbelievable aroma that mixes sweet tarts with rich, heavy gasoline, all found in sizable yields of easy-to-cultivate exotic dank. The Pancakes clone-only cultivar is all about terps, although she does pack some power, too. Despite this Grounded Genetics noted that the bag appeal could be better, which formed the focus to improve through this cross.
Grounded Genetics hit her with the pollen from their Jealousy stud (Gelato 41 x Sherb bx1), and the resulting progeny is packed full of keepers making the selection process a difficult one. However, this is the kind of problem we can all appreciate. The London Pound Mints x Jealousy progeny exhibits dense, chunky buds that express vibrant eye-catching hues that are beautifully contrasted by the heavy resin coating & many swollen calyxes. The overall terp profile is super loud and complex with the depth of them coming from the Sherb lineage in the parents, a good number of the phenotypes translate terps perfectly from the nose to the flavour, all in this is a great strain to fill up a joint from.
From extensive smoking tests (which we admit sounds like one of the best jobs on the planet) Grounded Genetics assumes that the depth of flavonoid profile is extremely resistant to heat, as when selecting phenotypes, it isn’t challenging to find phenos which translate the flavour down to the roach. Another clear improvement in the progeny is the decreased leaf-to-flower ratios. Additionally, the clone-only Pancakes are a complicated and time-consuming plant to manicure; thankfully this has been primarily fixed via the Jealousy stud (Gelato 41 x Sherb bx1), which is also responsible for some deep, appealing colourations in both flower and on the fan leaves.
The resulting progeny will finish up between 60-65 days and produce medium to high yields.