🌞 "Jah Goo has become a legendary strain among cannabis connoisseurs, though she has not yet pervaded mainstream consciousness. Perhaps that’s one reason why her allure is so powerful. That and the fact that she is a flower not of this earth, a heavenly cross created by Master Grower Mikey from Purple Jasmine and the long-time stalwart known simply as Goo.
Goo itself is a very, very old strain that has been around as long as strain names have existed. The earliest accounts of it surfacing in North America come from Canadian Vietnam vets bringing seeds back from Southeast Asia, with the likely origin being some sort of Thai sativa. Somewhere in the Pacific Northwest, she may have been crossed with a heartier indica (perhaps an Afghani, leading to the Afghoo), producing a supremely resinous flower that eventually became known simply as Goo. However, that’s only half of the story.
The other half is the mystery of the Purple Jasmine, an entirely unknown NorCal strain, possibly originating in Mendo or Humboldt, with dark purple hues and sticky pink hairs. Some say she’s a relative of the elusive Stinky Pinky, or a cousin of some Mendo purps, but the real story remains uncertain, other than the fact that the Jah Goo is one of outdoor marijuana’s best-kept secrets."
Info via - "The Harvest Moon of Jah Goo" by @nico_high_times.
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