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    Here is the effort of a lot of work, and a bit of luck.

    I give you the Wonderjacks clone

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    Wasn't sure I could snag this one, but I did.
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    Wonderjacks is what I would call amazing. I was just adjusting the PH on some cuttings I have rooting in rockwool yesterday. And I couldn't help but admire the beautiful intoxicating smell, the cuttings in veg state have of this clone.

    It's one of the best smelling I've ever smelled in veg.
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    Here's a little history on my Wonderjacks clone.

    Well, it's got Wonder in the name, so you can figure there is Wonder genetics in it. And in fact there is...

    The Cinderella 99.25 was crossed with Aurua Borealis by the Bros Grimm. It was one of the unreleased lines that Soul sent me in our trade.

    Bill Wonder crossed the (Cinderella 99.25 x Aurua Borealis) with yes you guessed it, original Wonderbud. That super inbred greasy, turpentine, eucolyptis, fast yielding, resin monster...Which produced Wonderjack.

    Wonderjack was awesome, it's only draw back really was pretty small yield. Bill crossed, some Super Skunk that we picked up in Australia with the Wonderjack strain.

    I put some of this seed (Super Skunk x Wonderjack) outdoors one year. And since there is ditchweed all over outdoors during the summer. It was pollinated, and I got a bunch of seeds from it.

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    That outdoor ditch cross seed, I then grew indoors, which produced the Vito clone. Which pollinated itself because it was a hermaphrodite.

    From that hermi seed came the Wonderjacks clone.

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    Now, I've done 2 things with the WJ clone.

    I've grown it outdoors. And it was the most impressive thing of outdoor grow of 2012.

    I haven't been able to fully gage it's speed, as of yet.

    As put WJ in late outdoors, and didn't really expect it to do much. But it began flowering at such a rapid pace, and smelled so nice. I snagged a lower branch, that had been shaded, that might work as a clone.

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    Pic of Wonderjacks from seed.

    This is the outdoor WJ from seed. I snagged a cutting from the bottom, and took it indoors to root. I had a lot of different females started from seed last year. I took a number of clones. but the last few smaller plants I put in I didn't bother, you can't keep everything right?

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    The other thing, I did, was cross the WJ clone with a 4th back cross Thunderstruck male.

    Since I seeded that cutting, and it was very small anyway...It was very swift, but I need another round to be sure of time.

    Outdoors it's hard to tell, speed exactly. I know it was very swift outdoors. But I didn't get it to totally finish because of early cold weather, I pulled the entire crop.

    But, it was done enough for me to tell how good and quick it was.

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    Lower bud of Wonderjacks when harvested

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    And a top cone of WJ at harvest.

    Like I said, I pulled early in 2012. The bud your seeing, was planted late, and had been flowering for about 3 1/2 weeks. My guess is that it would have been totally done by 5 weeks.

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    Wonderjacks, Quality, potency and flavor indoors under fluros, was exceptional. And just as impressive, or even more so outside.

    I think, this cutting could easly change the face of cannabis....


    I'm going to cube the Wonderjacks cutting.

    Also one of it's next appearences. WJ will be, blown up to full size in a Wonder bubbler, under HIDs, at Wonder Gardens. By Bill Wonder. Should be interesting to see how it performs in that
    type of environment.
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    And here is the Wonderjacks clone flowering indoors.

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    The scent so beautiful when I stroke is leaves. One would think it had been in heaven...

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    And wallah, the first ripe unseeded bud of Wonderjacks...
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    I've been growing out bigger examples of the Wonderjacks, and Wonderjacks hybrids. I just smoked some of the Wonderjacks, and it has such a beautiful wonderful complex taste, with the highest quality buzz! It amazes even me, seeing as it's basicly half ditch weed.

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