Buddha White Dwarf Autoflowering Feminized Marijuana Seeds
|Breeder:||Buddha Seeds||Flowering period:||8-9 Weeks from seed|
|Auto flowering seeds available:||Yes||Harvest outdoor:||At Maturity|
|Feminized seeds available:||Yes||THC Level:||High|
|Grow Indoors:||Yes||Stoned or High:||Stoned|
|Grow Outdoors:||Yes||Grow Difficulty:||Easy|
Buddha White Dwarf Autoflowering Feminized cannabis packs all the goodness of a top quality Indica into a fast growing automatic seed strain. With only about 60 days between germination and harvest, Buddha White Dwarf Autoflowering marijuana is great for getting in multiple crops per year when growing outdoors. Its hardy Ruderalis heritage also makes it ideal for outdoor cultivation in more temperate climate zones. The small size of this strain means that it can also be hidden away from prying eyes.
Having said this, Buddha White Dwarf Autoflowering seeds will also respond well to indoor cultivation. Although the individual plants are small, you will be well rewarded when using SOG methods.
Autoflowering qualities aside, Buddha White Dwarf Automatic is a decent Indica specimen. The aroma and taste are earthy and musty and the hit is all you could expect from an Indica; dreamy and lethargic and great for unwinding.
If you’re looking for an easy to grow Indica that is fast and problem free you could do worse than choosing Buddha White Dwarf Autoflowering Feminized cannabis seeds.
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