The Fastest Growing Cannabis Strains

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The Fastest Growing Cannabis Strains

Descending from the Cannabis Ruderalis genes, autoflowering seeds are the fastest growing cannabis strains flooding the market. Simply described, autoflowering seeds are cannabis seeds that begin to flower regardless of the vegetative state or light period it is in.


The process of making autoflowering seeds includes mixing the often overlooked Cannabis ruderalis with both Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica. Crossing the autoflowering Ruderalis with Indica and Sativa varieties results in a plant that doesn’t rely on photoperiods to flower, but rather grows and flowers on its own time.


Features of Autoflowering Seeds:

  • Generally, 12 to 23 inches tall (30 to 60 centimeters)
  • Suitable for outdoor growth
  • Starts flowering automatically after around 3 weeks
  • Yield between 0,5 to 2 ounces depending on hours of sun
  • From seed to harvest takes about 9 to 10 weeks

Ranked by popularity and their effectiveness, we put together a list of some of the best-selling fastest auto-flowering cannabis strains in the market.

 

  • Northern Light Auto 

Northern Light Auto reaches between 90-120 centimeters in height and produces one of the heaviest yields out there. Some outdoor growers in Spain have reported yields as high as 200 g per plant. Normal yield is about 90g.

  • Moby Dick Autoflowering- DINAFEM

Moby Dick Autoflowering can reach heights of up to 1.3m and is able to produce yields of up to 230 grams per plant, depending on how it is grown. The strain goes from seed to harvest in 10-11 weeks.

  • Jack 47 Auto- SWEET SEEDS

This autoflowering seed is a third generation hybrid created by fusing the Jack Herer Auto with the award-winning AK-74. Jack 47 Auto produces a sweet incense flavor and is able to induce a potent, knockout high. This strain produces high yields with the potential of up to 600 grams per plant with harvest time as little as 9 weeks.

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