Damnesia Autoflowering feminized seeds
Damnesia Autoflowering from Strain Hunters is a feminized Sativa-dominant variety with a surprisingly short 7-weeks flowering and generous indoor crops of 600g/m². Born from Damnesia, it brims with spicy flavours reminiscent of incense and wood matched with great cerebral effects that activate your creative juices, help to combat pain and appetite disorders. Damn, it’s good!
- Strain Hunters
- Dreaming ocean
- Damnesia x Ruderalis
- 90 - 120 cm
- up to 600 g/m² indoors70 - 80 g/plant outdoors
- 49 days
- 30% Sativa / 60% Indica/ 10% Ruderalis
- No official information
Damnesia Autoflowering: Damn Good Autoflower
Damnesia Autoflowering is a child born from a highly popular Damnesia strain, which has seen huge popularity around the world as a classic cannabis variety. It has now been mixed with quality Ruderalis genetics to produce a super-fast flowering variety.
Blessed with automatic properties, it does not need a typical lighting schedule to start flowering. So it’s ideal for the growers who have short summer months with not much sunlight. However, it will still produce quality buds both indoors and outdoors ranging from 70-80 g/plant or up to 600 g/m2 after only 7 weeks needed to flower. It can be flowered with any photoperiod – indoors be sure to give it 12-18 hours of light per day.
- Super short flowering time of 7 weeks from vegetation.
- Easy to grow, ideal for a beginner who wants a quality strain with a fair yield.
- Typical Damnesia flavor and aroma.
- Mixed genetics of 60% Indica, 30% Sativa and 10% Ruderalis.
- Grows to an average height of 90-120 cm and has a medium branching.
Intense High With a Creeper Effect
The Damnesia Autoflowering strain has a woodiness, with intense spicy to match – it may taste strong to beginners. It smells like cedar wood, with hints of incense and nuts to match a citrusy smell. Great for social situations, it may produce a giggly effect and awake your creativity. On top of that, it is a good solution to deal with a loss of appetite and pain.
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