Gorilla AutofloweringDinafem Seeds
Gorilla Autoflowering turns into mid-sized marijuana plants that fit into small spaces and so make the most discreet companions. Her bushy structure with long internode spacing allows air and light to reach every corner of her body, making it less likely for moisture problems to arise. She's got some incredibly beautiful lime-green leaves that end up fully covered in a thick layer of white and sticky resin by the time the flowering is over. In spite of being a full-on autoflowering needing no more than 30 days from sowing to flower, her yield has nothing to envy to the one offered by the original feminised version of Gorilla.
Gorilla Autoflowering needs very little help to thrive. Thanks to her autoflowering genes, she's in fact incredibly easy to grow. Besides hardy and fast-growing, she doesn't depend on the photoperiod, which means that, in just 75 days, we'll be able to harvest an awful lot of quality buds with her. The perfect choice for novice growers. They can't go wrong!
Gorilla Autoflowering boasts a piercing scent of fuel. Her effect, yet not devastating, it's super-powerful. Get ready for a start full of euphoria that gradually becomes more and more relaxing. It goes without saying that, despite her effect being gentler than the one delivered by the original Gorilla, it may still be too potent for those who aren't used to coping with extremely powerful strains.
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|Seed Bank||Dinafem Seeds|
|Genotype||50% Indica / 50% Ruderalis|
|Suitable for||Indoors and outdoors|
|Comprehensive life cycle||75 days|
|Indoor yield||450 g/m2|
|Outdoor harvest time||April / October|
|Outdoor yield||200 g/plant|
|Outdoor height||1.5 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.