Jock Horror comes from a family of hybrid strains coming from the name Jack Herer. This plant has its parents. The mother is a Haze 19x Skunk hybrid that could be found in Holland and California. On the other hand, this plant's father is Northern Lights plant which is considered to be an indica plant that is old school and taken from an Afghan x Skunk #1 plant whose line is found in the America's Pacific Northwest. This strain is evidently playing with a merely similar composition to other Jack strains.
But despite this, Jock Horror's is still unique for it has its own original strain coming from genetics and breeding work of the Nirvana team. The team made it possible that this plant would have three strains to name, which are Haze, Skunk, and indica Northern lights. Because of this, this strain is thought to be stable had become a classical offer from Nirvana since 1980s.
In addition to the plant's limestone, this plant actually comes from a traditional pine tree with leaves of medium size and buds that are dense and cascaded with extended calyxes. This plant actually prefers a reliable growing room but is never that difficult to cultivate.