Critical Kush Auto feminized seeds
Critical Kush Auto is an autoflowering version of Barney’s Farm award- winning Critical Kush. By crossing it with their best Ruderalis genetics, they’ve created a compact, flowering in 8-9 weeks and generous yielding autoflower that brings 300-550g/m² indoors tailored to all Indica and Kush lovers’ taste.
- Barney's Farm
- Relaxing stone
- Critical Kush x Auto
- 70 - 80 cm
- 550 g/m² indoors
- 70 - 80 days
- 10% Sativa /90% Indica
- 14 %
- 1.3 %
A real Kush Plant, Short, Stocky And Filled with Colas
This 90% Indica hybrid will remain short and stocky in size, usually staying under 80cm. Usually forming one huge main cola, with several side branches that get filled with similar sized buds. Smelling like a true Kush throughout the grow, it might be a good idea to add carbon filters to your grow as pungent smells will come around week 4-5. Critical Kush Auto is a nice representation of both Kush and Indica genetics so flowers will reflect that - they’re going to be hard and dense with yields exceeding 500g/m2. If cultivated indoors, this strain finishes in 70-80 days from sprouting. In the outdoor environment, Critical Kush Auto usually brings 50-150g per plant.
Very easy to grow and requiring very little attention with great resistance to pest and disease makes this a great strain for beginners and commercial growers alike.
- Recommended training methods: SoG, LST
- Vegetation and flowering lights: 600W LED
- Medium soil, GHE, Grotek nutrients
- Usually tests at around 15% THC and ~1% CBD
Critical Kush Auto: Typical Kush Experience
Smells and flavors are typical of what you’d expect of a Kush strain and a fairly identical to those of its photoperiod parent - earthy and pine, with woody and fruity undertones. Effects are calming and sleepy, ideal to use for night time.
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