Polar Express Auto feminized seeds

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Polar Express from Auto Seeds is the result of crossing an all time classic Northern Lights #5 with a Californian Kush and Lowryder. Auto Seeds experimented with more than 20 Kush strains before selecting the final, most rewarding variety to cross with Lowryder. The resulting genetics are outstanding.

  • Auto Seeds
  • Feminized
  • Autoflowering
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • A strong all over body buzz
  • NL #5 x Kush x Lowryder
  • 30 - 80 cm
  • 300 - 400 g/m² indoors
  • 60 - 80 days
  • Indica dominant
  • 19 - 22 %

Auto Polar Express Autoflowering Feminised Seeds Info

Keeping a strong indica dominance, Polar Express is a short/medium autoflowering variety that has a high flower to leaf ratio and dense structure. An ideal choice for more stealthy, guerilla grows due to its neutral or low odour and hardiness. When it comes to the stone, it’s anything but neutral, it packs a strong all over body buzz.

The Northern Lights strain is renowned as the back bone of many modern strains and is considered as one of the strongest and most pure strains ever created. The kush genetics adds complexity and helps to improve the taste and high. It is recommended not to top this strain but instead maintain the large single kola to get the highest yields. A light cycle of 18/6 or 16/8 is advised to develop the greatest flavour without excessive smell.

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