Auto Frisian Dew feminized seeds
AutoFrisian Dew has been upgraded and improved, it is now based on a specially selected Purple phenotype of our photoperiod Frisian Dew. Several generations of careful selection then followed before we felt happy with the improvements to AutoFrisian Dew.
- Dutch Passion
- Spontaneous pleasure
- Frisian Dew
- 3rd Autoflower, High Life Cup Amsterdam 2014
- 60 - 80 cm
- 400 - 500 g/m² indoors50 - 100 g/plant outdoors
- 70 - 77 days
- Sativa / Indica hybrid
- No official information
Dutch Passion Frisian Dew Autoflowering Feminised Seeds Info
The plants tend to have rich purple colourations on the blooms, though the leaves stay green. Mold resistance is improved, so is taste. Plants typically reach 60-80cm tall and are often ready 10 weeks after germination, sometimes in under 10 weeks. In cooler outdoor conditions the plant can require an extra week or two. This variety is a little faster than our normal automatics and this helps maximise mold resistance in demanding outdoor conditions. AutoFrisian Dew performs well indoors, in a greenhouse or outdoors in a sunny, warm spot. Typical yields are 50-60g per plant, but with the right conditions yields of 100g+ are quite possible. AutoFrisian Dew, with the deep rich purple hues is one of our most attractive AutoFems, and also delivers good quantities of strong, relaxing pot.
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