Green Crack Auto Feminised Cannabis Seeds
Green Crack Auto is the sativa-dominant hybrid auto-flowering version of the popular Green Crack strain. By adding Ruderalis to Green Crack, this Auto was born. As autoflowering cannabis seeds this is a great plant for the beginner to grow. However, it’s also appealing to the discerning connoisseur cultivator.
Green Crack Auto is quick to cultivate, and has a grow-cycle from seedling to harvest of just 8 – 9 weeks. In a short space of time growers will be able to obtain high yields indoors and outdoors. These plants reach a height of 60 – 90 cm. so even the larger plants amongst your grow won’t take up too much space and they make a great choice for indoor SoG (Sea of Green) techniques. Yields of 500-650g/m2 are achievable indoors.
Outdoors they stay relatively discreet and tying them down once well-established will help to keep an even lower profile in your garden. A technique very handy if overlooked by neighbours and discretion is required. Outdoor cultivators should yield up to 300g/plant. Green Crack Auto buds develop thick and fast and the high number of side-branches add to this strain’s potential harvest quantities. Be generous with the nutrients in flowering. These are plants with an appetite and growers will reap the reward at harvest time.
Dense, light green buds are flecked with bright orange pistils and are heavy with resin. As a result, this is an excellent choice from which to make extracts. Its taste is dominated by mango with added floral and fruity notes that come to the fore when exhaling. THC levels are up around 20% and this, along with low CBD, gives an uplifting and euphoric effect with creative energy – great through the day and for social situations as well.
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Green Crack x Ruderalis
Grows Indoors, Grows outdoors
60 – 90 cm.
Effect Flavour Flowering Time
63 – 70 days from seedling
60 – 90 cm
Indoors: 500 – 650 gr/m2; Outdoors: 70 – 300 gr/plant