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The clone and mother will still flower at the same amount of time after the original seed they both came from was germinated. Given that autoflowering strains have a very short vegetation cycle, it is debatable whether or not you'd gain a larger yield from making a lot of small flowered clones from one auto or if you let the auto vegetate and flower into one large plant.

Will often produce a more potent bud (though that's changing now that auto-flowering genetics are becoming more refined).

This key breaks down some of the terms used in the article below such as "24/0" or 12/12"

The automatic flowering nature of ruderalis creates a smaller plant, as its vegetative cycle is naturally limited, whereas a photoperiod strain can be vegetated into a much larger plant before switching to a flowering light cycle.

* Most indoor growers use a timer to turn their lights on and off automatically.

Autoflowering strains will enter the flowering stage in stressed or unhealthy states automatically, which can limit bud yields.

Can potentially be grown to produce the same size plants with similar yields.

18+ hours of daily sunshine is not enough to get growing. Check the weather forecast regularly and study the historical data for the last few years. Spring in Northern Europe is still pretty cold. For best results, cannabis needs 20–28°C temperatures to grow to its full potential. The reality is if you live too far north of the Mediterranean, you have a very short growing season. A hardy autoflowering hybrid like Blue Cheese Automatic is better suited to cooler northern climates. Lucky continental growers can really go for it with exotic strains like Kali Dog and Chocolate Haze.

Some indicas will flower under a 14/10 or 13/11 day/night cycle, although it really depends on the strain. There are no benefits to giving photoperiod indicas less than 12 hours of darkness. Plants will need longer to mature their buds and yields will suffer.

When you come across the words photoperiod, photoperiodic, and photoperiodism, think of the hours of light in a given 24-hour period. Cannabis strains that bloom indoors under the standard 12-12 light-dark cycle do so because they are triggered to flower with a longer dark phase.

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We’ve selected strains from both ends of the genetic spectrum, with sativa-dominant and indica-dominant powerhouses. After all, strain choice is important when growing cannabis outdoors or indoors.

Only recently have modern autoflowers begun to catch up with photoperiod strains in regards to potency, but indeed the gap is closing.

Chocolate Haze is an almost pure sativa (95% sativa) phenotype of the popular Chocolope. This is a good variety to grow in a mild climate with plenty of sun. The plant reaches up to 200cm in height, and, in optimal outdoor conditions, delivers up to 500g/plant. But don’t get impatient: the plant may require until late October to be ready.

Typically, heavy indicas like Northern Light finish flowering the fastest, sativas the slowest, and indica-sativa hybrids somewhere in between.