Currently, we are not selling dwarf autoflowers.
We like to make it easy for you if you want to buy autoflower seeds. That is why we have compiled several Top 3 lists below.
Contrary to what some growers expect, there are indeed autoflowers with a high yield. Curious which autoflower varieties from our range have the highest yield potential? Then view our top 3 below:
Top 3 | Best indoor autoflowering cannabis seeds
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Are you a beginner or advanced grower, and would you like to buy autoflower seeds? Then know where you should pay attention before you order. For example, do you want to grow indoors or outdoors? Do you opt for a high yield or do you want to harvest as soon as possible? Indica or Sativa dominant? Rather a powerful or mild variety? Read our most important tips below before buying autoflower seeds.
Autoflowers are self-flowering. This means that they do not need a lot of attention to grow. They grow and bloom on their own and do not care about a day and night cycle. The autoflower seed is therefore a great choice for beginners and advanced growers. As long as the plant gets enough light and water, you’re assured of a nice harvest. This is in contrast to photoperiod species that need more attention. Moreover, autoflowers are suitable for growing indoors as well as outdoors.
The flowering time indicates when harvesting can take place. Autoflowers are fast growers, so the flowering time is relatively short compared to other cannabis seeds. The average flowering time of autoflowers is between 50 and 70 days.
Just because autoflowering seeds are quick and easy to grow, however, doesn’t mean they are perfect. There are a few major cons to consider when using these seeds. If you’re still on the fence about giving these seeds a go, then take a few minutes to read through this piece. Below, we’ll go over everything you need to know about the benefits and drawbacks of autoflowering seeds.
Anyone interested in marijuana most likely knows about the two major strains called indica and sativa. There is, however, another significant cannabis strain called ruderalis that’s essential for autoflowering seeds. Although there’s still some debate in the scientific community, most believe ruderalis is a variant of the indica strain that developed in northern countries with little sunlight, especially Russia.
As the autoflowering plant switches into a flowering mode, it’s time to ramp up the phosphorous count. Look for a fertilizer that contains a healthy N-P-K ratio like 5-10-10 up to 10-20-20.
All our Autoflowering seeds are feminized.
Since these plants flower quickly regardless of light schedules, they also tend to be more forgiving than traditional sativa and indica strains. This makes autoflowering seeds ideal for new home growers who don’t know the intricacies of the cannabis plant’s light cycles.