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Fraggle Skunk Auto

Fraggle Skunk Auto

Philosopher Seeds

£8.00 GBP

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Fraggle Skunk Auto is the result of crossing a Super Skunk selected back in 1999 with a Lowryder. This is a 7th generation stable crossing, an easy to grow, auto-flowering and feminized strain for the enjoyment of all cannabis community. For best results, it is recommended using a single pot for the entire life cycle of the plant, from seedling to harvest. Fraggle Skunk Auto grows slender and branched, with high resistance to pests and diseases.

In outdoor crops, Fraggle Sunk Auto shows a fast and vigorous development; its size is above the average ruderalis hybrids. If grown on a 20 L container, it can easily exceed 120 cm in height, which means a bountiful flower production ready to harvest in 70-90 days after germination.̴Ì_

It is certainly a perfect strain for off-season growing, also suitable for equatorial areas where natural photoperiod is close to 12 hours of light per day.

In indoor crops, depending on the growing method used, it can grow more than 100 cm in height, yielding 400-500 gr/m2, although several factors like temperature, pot size, light intensity and hours of light received per day strongly determine this feature. If your plants have a proper light cycle - 20 hours of light and 4 hours of darkness per day - ̴Ì_they will be able to offer their full potential.

If you have a small space, you can reduce the hours of light per day to 12; this way, the growth of your plants will be less vigorous.

Fraggle Skunk Auto offers a very special and long lasting bouquet, sweet and fruity, that will remain in your palate for a long time.

Its effect perfectly combines a state of relaxation that also invites to socializing. Because of its THC/CBD cannabinoid ratio it can be used for therapeutic treatments.

Genetics: Super Skunk x Lowryder (ruderalis hybrid)

Indoor Harvest: 70-90 days from germination

Outdoor Harvest: 70-90 days from germination

Indoor Yield: 400-500 gr/m2

Outdoor Yield: 120-140 gr. per plant

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