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Royal Queen Seeds White Widow Auto Fem 5 pk


White Widow x Ruderalis

White Widow Automatic datasheet
    Strain Type:    Autoflowering
  Good Potential
    CBD:    Medium
    Yield Indoor:    400 – 450 gr/m2
    Yield Outdoor:    190 – 240 gr/plant
    Height Indoor:    40 – 80 cm
    Height Outdoor:    50 – 110 cm
    Flowering time:    7 – 8 weeks
    Harvest Month:    10 – 12 weeks after sprouting
    Genetic Background:    White Widow x ruderalis
    Type:    Sativa 40% Indica 40% Ruderalis 20%
    Climate:    Long Summers
    Flavor:    Earthy, Pepper, Pine

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White Widow Automatic: White Widow S1 & Ruderalis Create a High-Quality Auto
White Widow is more than just one of the most famous cannabis strains in the world; it provides the genetic foundation for many other classic strains beloved by growers of every experience level. Now, it is possible for beginner growers and impatient farmers to bring White Widow buds to harvest at lightning speed. Welcome, White Widow Automatic.

Growing White Widow Automatic
Like the original photoperiod White Widow, this strain grows wide, with dark green leaves, and is dusted with a heavy coating of resin by the end of the flowering phase. White Widow Automatic replicates many characteristics of the original WW, but takes only 75–85 days total crop time! The main differences with our variant are its compact size, fast growth, and slightly more stoney, physical effects.

The yield of White Widow Automatic
The buds, despite their hybrid genetics, display an indica appearance and effect. White Widow Automatic has a woody, pungent, earthy aroma and taste, similar to but not as strong as White Widow. This strain was bred for a few years to ensure stability in the genetics. Indoors, it will grow to an average height of around 50cm, with some larger plants reaching 100cm. Its yield is quite good for an autoflowering strain, producing around 190–240g/plant, depending on conditions. Indoor growers will be just as lucky, achieving yields up to 450g/m².