|Sex:||10 Regular F3 Seeds|
|Genetics:||Casey Jones (OG Thai, Trainwreck, Sour Diesel) x DPQ (Deep Purple x Querkle)|
|Flowering Time:||9-10 weeks|
|Height:||Medium - Tall|
|Characteristics:||Energetic and euphoric high but with excellent pain relief for people who need to get things done
(muscle pains, back pains, arthritis)
We were lucky enough to be given a clone of the Casey Jones High Times Cannabis Cup entry from DevilsHarvestSeeds. Taking third place in the HTCC was a bit of an underestimation of the greatness of this cross, in our opinion. It has vigour, a short flowering period, a complex set of aromas (sour, sweet, herby, floral) and it is a really easy plant to grow.
It is a relatively hungry beast but, in our experience, tells you just before it is finishing that it has had enough. The fan leaves start yellowing as it sucks up the energy in a thirsty race to finish itself off. The DPQ male that we have used for our DPQ F2's just adds the most amazing amount of trichomes to anything you cross it with. With the Casey Jones already being very resinous and frosty, with the benefits of the DPQ's genetics added to the fray we knew we were going to end up with something special.
Although the Casey Jones has really nice finishing colours (reds, purples, dark greens), if left outside to finish with sufficient temperature drops (15 degree plus), when cured the bud will still be the traditional colur without those purple tinges to it. With adding the DPQ into the mix there is now a natural Purple pheno of the Engineers' Dream as well as a more traditional Casey-leaning pheno. Bud calyxes on the phenos just explode with growth towards the end, creating large dome-like calyxes that protrude out of the bud, making them look like some sort of medieval weapon. Excellent yielders with time to veg and also if put into flower from 12/12 (the flowering ladies will produce more than 1 oz each in this method - SOG).
The high from the Purple pheno again is energetic but also narcotic, whereas the Casey-leaning pheno with more autumn colours to the finished product evokes a high that will have you giggling and laughing without being sure of why you started. The Engineers' Dream has deep flavours with all the genetics having their own little stamp on the taste and smell. The Casey pheno is sweeter on the nose and the darker pheno has more sour and deep spicy tones. A plant that will be sure to power your Engine either way.