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aauto flowering weed seeds

Got pesky neighbors? Need a way to keep your weed growing on the down low? If so, then autoflowering seeds are exactly what you need.

All our Autoflowering seeds are feminized.

In case you were wondering, ruderalis plants aren’t usually cultivated on their own because they are so small and produce virtually no cannabinoids. Typically these plants only grow to a max height of about 2.5 feet.

Critical Autoflowering

Because ruderalis plants were exposed to less heat or sunlight than cannabis strains in tropical climates, they were forced to adapt to their environment. Rather than relying on changes in light (aka photoperiods), ruderalis plants grow to maturity during a pre-set cycle. This means ruderalis cannabis has a far more reliable growing period (about two months) compared with indica or sativa strains.

Once botanists discovered the ruderalis strain, they immediately began scheming ways to create hybrid weed that would mature quickly and offer a high yield. So, these researchers set out crossbreeding ruderalis plants with the other major cannabis varieties and, voilà, we now have autoflowering seeds.

Use common sense if you’re growing your autoflowering seeds late in the season. If it’s going to be cold outside, then cover your plant with a blanket or bring it inside for warmth.

A quality section of seeds includes the Super Skunk, White Widow, Big Bud, and Lowryder. A delicious outcome is certain to be experienced with each of these mentioned strains. A germinated plant can be replanted in a large pot which is likely to remain home for the harvest, a large sized pot is certain to help with providing the more desirable yield. Our autoflowers come as the feminized seeds and perfect for the growers with limited space or less experience.

As well as blooming automatically, these plants have a much faster life cycle, resist pests and diseases efficiently, and maintain a small and stealthy size.

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.

The Advantages of Growing Autoflowering Seeds

Growing in different areas of your garden will also help you understand where your cannabis plants perform the best, and where to concentrate your efforts next year.

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Autos require fewer nutrients than their photoperiod counterparts. Because of their smaller size, they have less of a demand for minerals and elements that assist in the creation of energy, proteins, and other components of plant physiology.