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S.A.D. Auto by Sweet Seeds tastes just like the original strain, ready just 60 days after germination. Every grower should try this plant at least once for its unique flavor and intense resin yield.
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|Recommended growing environment||Any|
|Indoor Flowering Time||7-8 weeks|
|Outdoor Harvest Time||60+ days after germination|
S.A.D. Auto by Sweet Seeds is the autoflowering version of the original Sweet Afghani Delicious, a strain that was created years ago by the breeders at this prestigious Spanish seed bank. This strain is known for its strawberry, wild fruit flavor. It gives average yields indoors and outdoors, although it’s more known for its resin than its buds, making it perfect for making your own homemade extracts.
S.A.D. Auto does pretty well indoors, although it grows quite a lot so think twice if you don’t have much space. Its leaves are dark in color, turning slightly pink under the right temperatures. Now, you can plant this strain and have it ready to harvest just 2 months after germination. It can grow up to 0.9m tall, yielding up to 100g of rock-hard buds that let off an intense aroma. With around 9 plants per square meter under a 20/4h light schedule, you can harvest up to 500g when done right.
Outdoors this strain appreciates plenty of sunlight and good weather, like any autoflowering plant. The more sun, the better. If you don’t have good weather where you are, you’ll need to grow it exclusively during the hottest summer months in order to get good result. It’s quite delicate when it comes to fertilizing, and it doesn’t need much during the growth period, although it could do with a bit more during the flowering stage.
It has a unique flavor; a musky aftertaste and an intense grape flavor linger in its sweet, deep smoke. Its effect is clearly indica; physically and mentally relaxing, perfect for celebrating a hard day’s work.
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