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Kannabia´s catalogue of autoflowering varieties has been evolving over the years, until becoming one of the most powerful in the world. At the beginning, we only had Flash and Gnomo varieties with White Dwarf and Lowryder genetic base. These commercial varieties were combined with our best non-autoflowering genetics in order to get the best Rudelaris performance. The concept was: short plants that finished ripening two months after planting the seed. And we were determined to add to this concept more flavour, height and more compact buds.
Later, we decided to go further away and relied on 10 new varieties, whose Sativa percentage provided us the autoflowering rate of its offspring. With a higher Sativo percentage, the autoflowering feature became more marked. These varieties have been included in our new category: MAX AUTO.
After two years of research, but no commercial production (only intended to improve the existing varieties), we released five 100% autoflowering “Second-Generation” varieties. That is to say, they have full independence in the photoperiod and end 60-70 days after planting the seed. But they are more productive and resistant, with a higher psychoactive level (THC content). We have crossed a few of our oldest and most stable mothers with different Rudelaris varieties, obtaining some the best performance autoflowering genetics in the market.
These varieties can be grown either indoors or outdoors. For optimum indoor growing, we suggest planting in soil, using over 5 litre pots, and fertilizing with high EC levels from the beginning of the vegetative phase, because the plant must grow as much as possible in the shortest period of time. During the flowering phase, we recommend adding any kind of molasses or carbohydrates to raise brix sugar levels, which are responsible for flavour in plant fruits. Don´t forget cleaning the roots the week before cutting your plants.
Outdoors, we recommend growing from the beginning of March to the end of October. Growing and harvest is possible before, during and after summer. We shouldn´t have the feeling that the plant development is a bit slow, because after flowering these varieties shoot up to produce more flowers and become more resistant to any attack from insects, fungi or bacteria.