Blackberry Auto feminized seeds
Blackberry Auto is an autoflowering cannabis strain created by Fast Buds, it's a cross between Blackberry Kush – a strain with Pakistani heritage – and a Canadian Sativa-dominant Ruderalis to yield this Indica-dominant autoflower finishing in 8 weeks after germination and bringing in as much as 600 g/m² per harvest.
- Berry Cure
- Blackberry x Purple Kush
- 70 - 110 cm
- 500 - 600 g/m² indoors70 - 300 g/plant outdoors
- 56 - 63 days
- Indica dominant
- 18 - 23 %
- 0.8 %
Blackberry Auto: Beautiful, Resin Covered Buds
Blackberry Auto is an autoflowering cannabis strain developed by Fast Buds – a cross between Blackberry Kush and Canadian Sativa Ruderalis. This Indica-dominant hybrid has all the best properties of each parent – heavy yields and potent, fruity buds – in one easy-to-grow package.
Due to her heavy Indica genetics, Blackberry Auto stays short and stocky - usually no more than 110 cm – making her a good choice for both indoors and outdoors. Best results are achieved when grown in a greenhouse or via SoG methods. Blackberry Auto will provide a decent yield of trichome covered buds that give out sweet and berry-like aromas. The Pakistani Kush in the genetics gives Blackberry Auto her lovely red, violet, or lilac colored flowers making her a great addition to any garden. Here is some more information to help you grow this strain:
- Short height – Blackberry Auto reaches a final height between 70 – 100 cm.
- Max EC of water – 1.0 in veg, up to 1.4 in flower.
- Water pH: 5.8-6.0.
- Finishes in 8-9 weeks from germination.
- Yield: 500 – 600 g/m2; 70 – 300 g/plant.
- Recommended lighting: Veg: 450 W CFL, Flower: 600 W HPS.
- Recommended nutrients: CANNA COCO range.
Blackberry Auto: Citrus And Berry-Like Aroma
As her name suggests, Blackberry Auto has a citrusy berry-like aroma with earthy undertones, giving her a fantastic aftertaste. Usually testing at ~20% THC with small amounts of CBD, this is a great night-time strain that can be used medicinally for easing the symptoms of glaucoma, nausea, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and back pain, among other ailments.