Baby Boom Auto feminized seeds
This year we have launched to the market our new autoflowering variety, BABYBOOM!!, as its name suggests ... a tiny but tough one.
- Kannabia Seeds
- Become a baby for a while
- Northen Light x Blueberry x Rudelaris
- 80 - 110 cm indoors 80 - 150 cm outdoors
- 500 g/m² indoors 200 g/plant outdoors
- 55 - 60 days
- Indica dominant
- 18.7 %
- 0.2 %
Kannabia Baby Boom Auto Autoflowering Feminised Seeds Info
This little and powerful plant is the result of a cross between Rudelaris and Northen Light x Blueberry. The Northen side emphasizes the cross with touches of pine, earth and old wood. However, when crossing with Blueberry, the Blue essences mix among them resulting in dry and sweet-and-sour aromas which recall us plum jam.
This plant will bombard us with very cerebral effects, mixed with a significant muscle relaxation, which will be increased if we aren't physically active. The size of the plant is medium- high with a short internodal distance and a continuous production of buds and broad leaves of an intense dark green colour (mini indicas). Flowering will finish with purple and bluish tonalities.
The cross of these genetics produces an easy-to-grow variety, but quite sensitive to over fertilization. For this reason, light slow release fertilizers will be ideal to finish growing without a problem.
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