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automatic flowering cannabis seeds

In addition, these strains are a great choice for gardeners in less warm climate areas who wish to grow on open ground, or on a balcony or window ledge, but find themselves restricted by short summers.

How is cannabis able to flower automatically?

In terms of turnover, these seeds are capable of producing reasonably sized yields even with a less intense light source. However, the general rule that the greater the light intensity, the better the results, holds true here too. It should also be remembered that how much these types will give is governed by the final size of the plant – a windowsill crop of virtually dwarf cannabis is never going to produce as much as it would in large pots under high-intensity light. In general, however, the amount of bud eventually gleaned from seeds in this section is favourably comparable with that of regular or feminized seeds from the same variety.

Higher THC levels

Grown outside, automatic seeds can produce two or more crops in the course of a normal summer. Under lights, ‘autos’ can go from seedling to fully mature plant in as little as 10 weeks. As an added bonus, most are also very hardy and resistant to fungal infections, mould, pests and even frost, due to their extremely robust, northern Eurasian genetic lineage – the Ruderalis – that evolved the ability to flower at will in order to survive. Seeds that automatically flower can be grown indoors, out of doors or in a greenhouse. In addition, all seeds in this category are feminized and from a wide range of genetics, offering different kinds of flavour, aroma and effect.

Packages are available in 1, 3, 5, or 10 seeds. If you fancy trying different genetics, select the Autoflowering Mix.

Autoflowers are easy to grow outdoors during almost any time of the year.

Although hardy, autoflower cannabis still requires certain temperatures and humidity levels to provide optimal results. Aim for these parameters:

What Kind of Water Do Autoflower Strains Need?

Autoflower weed plants require water and nutrient solutions with a pH of 6–7 (when grown in soil). Use a pH meter to measure your preparations and apply pH up or down solutions to maintain an appropriate level.

Yes, our autoflower seeds are feminized to ensure exclusively female plants. However, autos differ from photoperiod genetics.

You can either sow seeds directly into their final pot, or transplant 1–2-week-old seedlings from a germination tray into their final home.

Whereas photoperiod strains require a change in the light cycle to induce flowering, autoflower plants simply surge from seed to harvest with no intervention needed.