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Watermelon Auto are autoflowering and feminized seeds that have been developed by the R&D department of the Royal Queen Seeds bank. It is a variety that combines 2 strains with highly appreciated genetics from the United States, and due to its automatic flowering, it can be cultivated by anyone and practically anywhere.
What is the genetics of these autoflowering seeds?
It is a combination between Tropicana Cookies and Lemon OG, which has been worked for several generations to achieve a 100% autoflowering and feminized variety, with 75% indica, 20% sativa, and 5% ruderalis.
What is Watermelon Automatic like in general terms?
Despite not growing much in height, this plant is very robust and ends up being very productive in general. It develops a large central cola where it concentrates a good part of its bud yield, and several satellite branches that end up very well formed, but without becoming so large. Its flowers are very dense and resinous, loaded with terpenes and flavonoids to the brim, and with a hypnotic beauty out of the ordinary.
How are these Royal Queen Seeds grown?
They appreciate having as much light as possible, both in intensity and in hours, so we recommend putting a photoperiod of 20 hours of light and 4 of darkness indoors. With 9 plants / m2 in 11 liter pots you will be able to occupy the entire illuminated area with large caliber buds that smell like the delicacy of the gods.
Outdoors you can get 3 or 4 harvests each season, thanks to its short life cycle and especially its great resistance to cold and inclement weather. To achieve the best results, it is necessary to plant at least 20 or 25 liter pots in pots, and place them in the sunniest place you have.
When are Watermelon Automatic harvested?
As a general rule, they are harvested after 9 weeks of cultivation, counting from when the seeds germinate until the plants are cut, although it is possible that the harvest can be advanced or delayed depending on multiple factors such as conditions environmental, nutrition, pests, or even the phenotype of each plant.
How much do these well-grown seeds produce?
In indoor cultivation it can reach 17.6 oz per 3x3ft ( 500 grams / m2 ) perfectly, and each Watermelon Automatic grown outdoors will give you around 3,6 oz/ plant 100 grams of ready-to-eat buds. The exaggerated production of terpenes that it concentrates is one of the highest in autoflowering varieties, hence the intensity and quality of its flavor.
How is the aroma and taste of Watermelon Automatic?
If you like sweets with watermelon flavor you will love this variety, which smells a lot from mid-flowering onwards, but is a scent that everyone likes. In the taste, the sweetness intensifies, filling the mouth with fruity nuances with a very soft and dense smoke that does not scratch anything when a good root wash is done.
What type of effect does its consumption cause?
Its psychoactivity is moderate because although it reaches 20% THC contains some CBD that reduces its effect, but lifts your spirits, makes you happy and inspires, and brings peace of mind. On a physical level it relaxes a lot but without leaving you lying down, so it is perfect to enjoy with friends in a calm and relaxed atmosphere.
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If you are one of those who think that autoflowering varieties cannot be as tasty as normal ones, try Watermelon Automatic and you will not think like that again, because its properties Organoleptic properties are at the level of the best herbs on the planet.
Data sheet and characteristics
|Banks:||Royal Queen Seeds|
|Phenotype:||Indica 70%/ Sativa 25%/ Ruderalis 5%|
|Indoor production:||15.8-17.6 oz per 3x3ft|
|Outdoor production:||1,8-3,6 oz/plant|
|Crop cycle since germination:||65 days|
|Flavor and aroma:||Fruity
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