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Jillybean

breed by MzJill Genetics

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Basic / Breeders Info

Jillybean is a mostly indica variety from MzJill and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±56 days ) and outdoors . MzJills Jillybean is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

MzJills Jillybean Description

Jill an accomplished hyrdo grower was lucky enough to be gifted with an amazing Orange Skunk. The day we smoked the finished bud we knew we had to outcross it with our Space Queen male. You don’t have to be a master breeder to figure out Orange and Pineapple Mango will be a good combination. The resulting outcross is remarkably stable and is close to a 50/50 representation of the parents.

Topped only once in grows into a nice short bush with lots of side branching and multi heads. Flavours range from Orange, Tang, Candy, Mango, and Apple. The cross works really well in SOG or SCROG. Although it was created as an outcross to Cube the OV every female I have seen is a keeper in its own right. Very large stems and huge top colas make this an easy strain to grow in any medium.

We have 5 females in our bud room and 4 could be clones. They are very similar having the same height, growth speed and a dank orange smell. A very good mood elevator and general euphoria is experienced while high on this cross. Lime green with vibrant orange hairs; with temperature drops they can turn a deep burgundy to maroon.

Phenotypes: Very stable Orange-Mango 50/50 Phenotypes
Height: Short and Stocky
Yield: Very Heavy / Easy Trim
Location: Indoor/ Outdoor
Best Way To Grow: Single topping forms multi heads
Harvest Window: 8 weeks
Sativa/Indica: 30/70
Hybrid: Unknown Orange Skunk X Romulan X Cindy99BCGA
High: Happy, mood enhancing, humorous, energetic
Smell: Like orange skunk or tang/ Taste so much like Dreamcicles you will not believe it!
Notes: The bubble from this strain is like concentrated orange goo

Where to buy Jillybean cannabis seeds?

Jillybean from MzJill Genetics is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 4 seedbanks, we found 13 offers between EUR 52.26 for 5 regular seeds and EUR 856.58 for 60 regular seeds. If you are looking to buy Jillybean Cannabis Seeds from MzJill Genetics somewhere – have a look to our Jillybean Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Jillybean offers: Canna-Seed Seed Shop, canna-seed.com, Herbies Head Shop and Cheeba Beans.

Jillybean Reviews

We’ve collected strain info from 4 growers for Jillybean.

General Impression Indoors

Known Phenotypes:

  1. short, stretched, fastly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype #2
  2. long, stretched, fastly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype #3
  3. long, stretched, fastly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #1

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Jillybean Gallery

Here you see the latest Jillybean photos, uploaded from our users! Altogether we’ve collected 2 pictures from MzJills Jillybean, check out our Jillybean gallery to view them all.

Jillybean Cannabinoid Profile

Amount Compared
THC 18.33% average (+0.20%)
THCA 15.00% average (+1.28%)
CBG 0.67% average (+0.03%)
THCV 0.50% slightly below average (-0.11%)
CBC 0.30% average (-0.03%)
CBD 0.20% very low (-0.96%)
CBN 0.00% extremely low (-0.11%)
Click here for all tests and more detailed info about the cannabinoids in MzJills Jillybean.

Jillybean Lineage / Genealogy

  • Jillybean »»» Orange Velvet x Space Queen
  • Orange Velvet Probably
    • »»» Skunk x Unknown Strain Probably
    • Skunk
      • Skunk #1
        • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia
        • Afghanistan »»» Indica
        • Mexico »»» Sativa
        • Colombia »»» Sativa
    • Unknown Strain
  • Space Queen
    • »»» Romulan x C-99
    • Romulan
      • Unknown Mostly Indica British Columbia »»» Mostly Indica
    • C-99
      • »»» Princess x P94
      • Princess
        • »»» Jack Herer x Mystery Male
        • Jack Herer
          • »»» Haze x
          • Northern Lights #5 x Shiva Skunk
            • Northern Lights #5
              • USA, Kalifornien »»» Mostly Indica
            • Shiva Skunk
              • Northern Lights 5 x Skunk #1 F-1 Hybrid F1
                • »»» Northern Lights #5 x Skunk #1 F1
                • Northern Lights #5 (specified above)
                • Skunk #1
                  • Skunk #1 (specified above)
          • Haze
            • O Haze
              • »»» Mexico x Colombia x Thailand x India
              • Mexico »»» Sativa
              • Colombia »»» Sativa
              • Thailand »»» Sativa
              • India »»» Sativa
        • Mystery Male »»» Unknown Strain
      • P94
        • »»» Princess x Cinderella 88
        • Princess (specified above)
        • Cinderella 88
          • »»» Princess x P.75
          • Princess (specified above)
          • P.75
            • »»» Princess x P.50
            • Princess (specified above)
            • P.50
              • »»» Princess x Shiva Skunk
              • Princess (specified above)
              • Shiva Skunk (specified above)

Map of the Jillybean Family Tree

Jillybean Hybrids & Crossbreeds

We found 23 direct descendants from MzJills Jillybean in the seedfinder strain database, here a short overview. To see all hybrids and their descendants, visit our Jillybean Genealogy Page and check out all the direct crosses as like as the following generations.

Map of the Jillybean Descendants

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Jillybean User Comments

Altogether we’ve collected 3 user comments about MzJills Jillybean. Here you find the 2 english user comments, for the ones in the other langues please click here: german (1).

teamtigerstripe – 05.08.2011

Pheno #3: “Candy Bean”
This pheno was Space Queen dominant with long spears of resin crusted candy scented rock hard nugs on a stick. While an absolutely beauty, with a wonderfully potent smoke, the intolerance of even light nutrient levels and some rather extreme herming would lead us to recommend culling this girl early. Despite the large numbers of male flowers that developed, we plucked them off and did not find any seeds, only super dank herb, but it still wasn’t worth the risk and time.

teamtigerstripe – 05.08.2011

Pheno #1: The brand name Jillybean
Jillybean is an impressive plant with large yields of true jelly bean scented and flavored flowers.Look for vigorous growth and glossy green fans leaves early on to distinguish this pheno.When exposed to cooler night temps, this one turns a royal purple among other hues.We noticed a few male flowers (significantly less than the other two phenos) which we simply pulled off with some tweezers.No seeding occurred, only blazedness.

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Jillybean Grow Report

Max Q
Member

I’ll just get right to it: what a waste of my time, I’ll never grow this strain again. in a phrase: Popcorn jungle.

I’m especially disappointed because it looked so good in the beginning and middle phases, so I expected great things out of this strain, but towards the end I started to worry and now that the harvest is in I see that I was right to be concerned.

I’ve grown several TGA strains and hold their gear in high regard but Jillybean is not one of their winners in my opinion. What I could find online made me expect a high yielding plant and a quick finisher. It did finish quickly (seven weeks) but yielded just under 1oz per plant in a set up that should have gotten me at least twice that.

The buds are extremely resinous, smell great (creamy citrus), and the main colas are a respectable size and density, but that doesn’t make up for the loose popcorn everywhere else. The smoke is good but there just ain’t enough of it.

Grow details:
4 week veg
7 week bloom (trichs: 5% amber, 10% clear, 85% milky)
Soiless, 1.5 gallon containers
19 plants under 3 600w HPS lights
Starting height was 12-14″, Finishing height 28-32″
Cut out branches on bottom 6″
Temps: 80-83 max day cycle, 63-68 min night.
Lots of maroon color on fan leaves but little on the buds themselves
Extremely floppy and needed extensive staking and support
Jack’s Classic used through out, two applications of Kool Bloom in final week
Only other additive was silica
Five day flush
As a test three plants were topped but this did not improve yield
Did a moderate amount of defoliation in final 3 weeks in hopes of improving lower buds

pilgram
Well-Known Member
brosnan2
Member

I’m especially disappointed because it looked so good in the beginning and middle phases, so I expected great things out of this strain, but towards the end I started to worry and now that the harvest is in I see that I was right to be concerned.

I’ve grown several TGA strains and hold their gear in high regard but Jillybean is not one of their winners in my opinion. What I could find online made me expect a high yielding plant and a quick finisher. It did finish quickly (seven weeks) but yielded just under 1oz per plant in a set up that should have gotten me at least twice that.

The buds are extremely resinous, smell great (creamy citrus), and the main colas are a respectable size and density, but that doesn’t make up for the loose popcorn down below. The smoke is good but there just ain’t enough of it.

i had 10 . got 14 ounces from 1 400 w hps.

same height as u.

but ur right the lower end buds are shit. im trying this strain again but with the SOG. 600w

ill let u know how it came out.

btw. did any of your herm? 3 of mine did.

Max Q
Member

Pilgrim. Depends on the strain. Could be monster colas (Platinum OG Kush, Kryptonite) or small super dense nugs (GDP, Purple Kush).

I like 600s because they have the most efficient watt/lumen output. And because it’s a cooler light you can get it closer to the plants and get more usable light out of them. Hence 3 600s instead of 2 1000s. And the three lights give a better light distribution than two. Oh, and I’m running 200w less

Brosnan. 14oz with 400w? That’s 1 gram/watt. I don’t know what you’re doing but it sounds a little too good to be true. How long did you flower them?

None of mine hermed.

datpiff
Well-Known Member
brosnan2
Member

Brosnan. 14oz with 400w? That’s 1 gram/watt. I don’t know what you’re doing but it sounds a little too good to be true. How long did you flower them?

None of mine hermed.

Most growers who have their grows dialed in grow 1 gram/watt.

Everytime i grow its ruffly the same output. I could get more too if i added Co2 and more wattage with the same amount of plants. But i keep things simple. real simple. soiless mix. organic nutes fed every 3 days. 1 grow ..2 flower and cal mag ..botanicare stuff.
i flowered for 8 weeks which is what it supposed to take to flower fully. when i thought they were done at 7. i gave em 1 more week and that week gave me some much needed weight. they really blew up that last week.
the taste and high was amazing.

but they were really flimsy plants. every cola needed to be supported. but that might of been because the buds were huge. i really like jilly bean. i think Subcool really made this strain resemble female traits: finicky. sensitive. vulnerable but good looking, smell good and taste good. lol

Max Q
Member

Well I’m impressed if you consistently get that kind of yield, especially without CO2. I always thought most growers considered 2 lbs per 1000w the holy grail and upper most limit, but wouldn’t 1g/watt mean 2.2 lbs for a 1000w light?

Maybe I’m missing something.

THESkunkMunkie
Well-Known Member
stonedmetalhead1
Well-Known Member

Well I’m impressed if you consistently get that kind of yield, especially without CO2. I always thought most growers considered 2 lbs per 1000w the holy grail and upper most limit, but wouldn’t 1g/watt mean 2.2 lbs for a 1000w light?

Maybe I’m missing something.

james murphy
Well-Known Member
Amos Otis
Well-Known Member

I ran several jilly beans, and some f2s. Each and every one was a huge yielder. I’d consider it if I had commercial aspirations. Great taste and look, 60 day finish, and B+ potency.

@ OP: You have pics of yours?

MustangStudFarm
Well-Known Member

I’ll just get right to it: what a waste of my time, I’ll never grow this strain again. in a phrase: Popcorn jungle.

I’m especially disappointed because it looked so good in the beginning and middle phases, so I expected great things out of this strain, but towards the end I started to worry and now that the harvest is in I see that I was right to be concerned.

I’ve grown several TGA strains and hold their gear in high regard but Jillybean is not one of their winners in my opinion. What I could find online made me expect a high yielding plant and a quick finisher. It did finish quickly (seven weeks) but yielded just under 1oz per plant in a set up that should have gotten me at least twice that.

The buds are extremely resinous, smell great (creamy citrus), and the main colas are a respectable size and density, but that doesn’t make up for the loose popcorn everywhere else. The smoke is good but there just ain’t enough of it.

Grow details:
4 week veg
7 week bloom (trichs: 5% amber, 10% clear, 85% milky)
Soiless, 1.5 gallon containers
19 plants under 3 600w HPS lights
Starting height was 12-14″, Finishing height 28-32″
Cut out branches on bottom 6″
Temps: 80-83 max day cycle, 63-68 min night.
Lots of maroon color on fan leaves but little on the buds themselves
Extremely floppy and needed extensive staking and support
Jack’s Classic used through out, two applications of Kool Bloom in final week
Only other additive was silica
Five day flush
As a test three plants were topped but this did not improve yield
Did a moderate amount of defoliation in final 3 weeks in hopes of improving lower buds

MustangStudFarm
Well-Known Member
ttystikk
Well-Known Member

Zombie thread alert! LOL

My Jillybean needs a lil pruning to be her best, but the same can be said for most strains.

It’s a clear favorite of the ladies here; they love the flavor and the buzz.

It runs out eight weeks for me, gets frosty, solid middle of the road yield.

Maybe I got a killer pheno, but mine is stone stable, juicy and popular; if I dropped her from the lineup, I’d be in serious trouble with my patients!

MustangStudFarm
Well-Known Member

Zombie thread alert! LOL

My Jillybean needs a lil pruning to be her best, but the same can be said for most strains.

It’s a clear favorite of the ladies here; they love the flavor and the buzz.

It runs out eight weeks for me, gets frosty, solid middle of the road yield.

Maybe I got a killer pheno, but mine is stone stable, juicy and popular; if I dropped her from the lineup, I’d be in serious trouble with my patients!

ttystikk
Well-Known Member
Amos Otis
Well-Known Member
james murphy
Well-Known Member
MustangStudFarm
Well-Known Member
Alienwidow
Well-Known Member

I’ll just get right to it: what a waste of my time, I’ll never grow this strain again. in a phrase: Popcorn jungle.

I’m especially disappointed because it looked so good in the beginning and middle phases, so I expected great things out of this strain, but towards the end I started to worry and now that the harvest is in I see that I was right to be concerned.

I’ve grown several TGA strains and hold their gear in high regard but Jillybean is not one of their winners in my opinion. What I could find online made me expect a high yielding plant and a quick finisher. It did finish quickly (seven weeks) but yielded just under 1oz per plant in a set up that should have gotten me at least twice that.

The buds are extremely resinous, smell great (creamy citrus), and the main colas are a respectable size and density, but that doesn’t make up for the loose popcorn everywhere else. The smoke is good but there just ain’t enough of it.

Grow details:
4 week veg
7 week bloom (trichs: 5% amber, 10% clear, 85% milky)
Soiless, 1.5 gallon containers
19 plants under 3 600w HPS lights
Starting height was 12-14″, Finishing height 28-32″
Cut out branches on bottom 6″
Temps: 80-83 max day cycle, 63-68 min night.
Lots of maroon color on fan leaves but little on the buds themselves
Extremely floppy and needed extensive staking and support
Jack’s Classic used through out, two applications of Kool Bloom in final week
Only other additive was silica
Five day flush
As a test three plants were topped but this did not improve yield
Did a moderate amount of defoliation in final 3 weeks in hopes of improving lower buds

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