By DINAFEM SEEDS, San Sebastian, Spain
The autoflowering plants from automatic cannabis seeds are a type of cannabis that starts to flourish according to its age, independently from either it is a short or long photoperiod.
When the plant reaches 20/25 life days since it is planted is shows the first signs of flourishing, and it is very important that during this first phase the conditions are excellent so the plant can achieve a good height, because the total cycle is very short and it has to develop well for the flourishing.
A few weeks after the start of the flourishing we’ll have it harvested, in around 60/70 days of life since the planting. To maximize the results of the autoflowering seeds from Dinafem on exterior it’s better to cultivate them when the days are longer, matching with the months of June, July and August in the north hemisphere, and December, January and February in the south hemisphere.
If the farming of such cannabis seeds autoflowering is made in interior with lamps, it’s necessary a light cycle of between 18 and 20 hours every day to achieve the growth the fastest possible, even if it can be harvested at 12 hours of light.
At the time of farming in balconies and terraces they find in the autoflowering cannabis seeds a strong ally, given that its cycle is quick, it’s height is controllable and are not affected by the neighbouring terraces, the public lighting, or the house’s own night lighting. Even then this capacity of flourishing on exterior during summer and in any balcony or terrace without having to worry about light pollution, turns these autoflowering cannabis seeds in the best option.
With more than 6 years and more than 15 generations of breeding and genetic stabilization, Dinafem has achieved the best hybrids of autoflowering cannabis, replicating their classic varieties and focusing their criteria of improvement towards the required characteristics to be a very desired variety such as the increase of secondary branch development, with very improved results according to the first autoflowering seeds type Ruderalis.Republish