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Northern Light Auto Feminised

Northern Light is one of the best-known strains of cannabis in the world. It’s a mostly Indica strain bred in the 1970's in the USA from Afghani genetics. In the 1980's, the plant came to Holland. It soon become the standard for indoor growing. Over the last few years, there have been many changes in growing and breeding techniques. Our Northern Light Automatic is a perfect mix of new and old.

Now this strain is both autoflowering and feminized. Northern Light Automatic is great for growing indoors but can also been grown outdoors in most climates. The plant starts growing and producing flowers almost immediately, and is ready for harvest in only 9 to 10 weeks from planting the seeds.

Northern Light Automatic gives a generous harvest and might be one of the highest-yielding autoflowering strains available. Growing to a height of around 90-120 cm, it is quite a large plant for an autoflowering variety, but this is matched in its yield. Outdoors in Spain some plants have produced up to 200 g, though around 90 g is the average in good conditions indoors.

Much like the original Northern Lights, our Northern Lights Automatic has a nice, sweet taste and a comfortable physical effect. It’s the same classic strain, just with an autoflowering twist. Which also makes it a great plant for medical users.

THC: 14%

CBD: Low

Yield Indoor: 500-550gr m2

Yield Outdoor: 170-220 grams per plant dried

Height Indoor: 80 - 120 cm

Height Outdoor: 130 - 160 cm

Flowering Time: 5-7 weeks

Harvest Month: 9-10 weeks after planting

Genetic Background: Northern Light x Ruderalis

Type: Indica: 80% Ruderalis: 20%

Effect: Cerebral and uplifting

  • THC 10-15%
  • 65-70 Days
  • Auto
  • Yes
  • Very High
  • Feminised
  • Indica Sativa
  • Indoor and Outdoor
  • Medium
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