Chem-Bomb AutoHumboldt Seed Organization
Chem-Bomb Auto is a strong plant with an open structure which facilitates light penetration. She develops abundant branching with ample internodal spacing and wide leaves. She grows uniformly, which significantly simplifies the growing process. Ideally you want to provide her with light watering at early stages of development, a strong feeding regime, and a 20/4 light cycle indoors. Outdoors she performs well when exposed to intense light periods. It is advised to boost her vegetative development to the max before flowering, which takes place around 30 days after germination.
Chem-Bomb Auto can be grown in short summer locations. She also performs well when using intensive crop techniques, with several harvests per year. The truth is she can be easily grown in any climate conditions due to her incredible resistance to disease. Single trellising can be used to help the plant in the final stages of the flowering and thus promote bud development.
Chem-Bomb Auto is the perfect choice to finish your day in a super pleasurable way. Her kerosene and lemon aroma, with deep pine and wood undernotes, is a delight for the senses. Initially you get a long-lasting Indica head high that later conquers your body to transport you to a really enjoyable place.
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|Seed Bank||Humboldt Seed Organization|
|Genotype||65% Indica / 35% Ruderalis|
|Cross||Chem'91 x Bubba Kush Auto|
|Suitable for||Indoors and outdoors|
|Comprehensive life cycle||70 days|
|Indoor yield||450-600 g/m2|
|Outdoor harvest time||April / October|
|Outdoor yield||50-200 g/plant|
|Outdoor height||1.3 m|
*Cannabinoid levels (THC, CBD...) could vary due to external factors such as the culture medium, grower's experience, cultivation techniques (SOG, SCROG...), environmental conditions, or genetic variation.