Sun Ra first appeared in the Denver-based garden of Colorado Seed Inc, so named for the American Jazz musician and the ancient Egyptian god of the sun. The cultivar is a combination of Sunburn and Rebel God Smoke: proprietary strains created by the breeders. The top reported aromas of the Sun Ra strain are citrus, earth, and skunk. And it is said to taste like fruit, pineapple, and diesel.
Little growing information is available on Sun Ra. It is an indica-leaning hybrid, developing slightly shorter plants with faster flowering time. Sun Ra thrives in both indoor and outdoor gardens, preferring a humid, warmer climate. The cultivar reaches full maturity in eight weeks or late September outdoors. Sun Ra is unavailable as seeds or clones.