Tangerine Dream Auto Cannabis Strain Week-by-Week Guide | Fast Buds (2024)

Follow with us two Tangerine Dream Auto grows to get valuable insights into how this strain develops week by week.

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  • 1. Grow specifications
  • 2. Grow set up
  • 3. Germination and seedling stage | week 1
  • 4. Early veg | week 2
  • 5. Mid veg | weeks 3-4
  • 6. Transition (pre-flower) | week 5
  • 7. Early flower | weeks 6-7
  • 8. Mid flower (bulk phase) | weeks 8-9
  • 9. Ripening and harvest | week 10 (and beyond)
  • 10. Yield and smoke report
  • 11. In conclusion

Tangerine Dream Auto is a true delight crafted for aficionados of the classic coffee shop favorite. A treasure trove for both cultivators and connoisseurs, this strain embodies the best of both worlds. As a grower, you're in for a treat with its speedy finishing time and an impressive harvest. As a smoker, prepare to experience the same tangy, sweet citrus aromas and flavors that made the original a legend. Don't miss the chance to cultivate and savor this gem that promises a symphony of sensations.

Our Tangerine Dream Auto week-by-week growing guide is meant to show you how easy it is to cultivate this autoflower indoors but also to let you glean additional info as to this strain’s timeline, nutrient needs, expected size, etc.Read our guide and be at your top game growing Tangerine Dream Auto.

1. Grow Specifications

Tangerine Dream Auto embodies the art of growing with grace. As a feminized autoflowering marvel, it blends the genetics of Tangerine Dream and Autoflower #1, resulting in a 60% Sativa and 40% Indica composition that adapts seamlessly to both hot and temperate climates. A true gem for growers, it showcases its magic within just 70 to 75 days from seed to harvest. Standing at an indoor height of 60-70cm, this strain's compact stature belies its impressive yield potential of up to 500g/m² indoors and outdoors.


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Tangerine Dream Auto specs sheet.


When it comes to savoring Tangerine Dream Auto's smoke, it leaves you in awe with its quality. The taste is a symphony of tangy, citrusy notes dancing on your palate, accompanied by an intense and refreshing aroma reminiscent of mandarins and sweet citric delights. The effects are a harmonious blend of balance and relaxation, leaving you utterly relaxed yet enthusiastic and up to any task.

2. Grow Set Up

Tangerine Dream Auto is incredibly popular among growers, making it very easy to find excellent grow reports online. Among the plethora of perfectly written grow diaries, we've selected two that showcase this autoflower's performance both in DWC (hydroponics) and in soil. As expected, the yield and bud quality were superior in hydroponics, and, more importantly, the growth cycle was a few weeks shorter. Nevertheless, we can assess the results of both growths as outstanding, and you can rest assured that regardless of the setup or medium you choose, Tangerine Dream Auto will deliver its results. Below, you can review the characteristics of the DWC growth.

Grow Space:1 m2 (10.76 ft2)Pot Size:8 l (2.11 gal)
Seed to Harvest:12 weeksMedium:DWC
Flowering:7 weeksNutrients:Synthetic/Organic
Light Cycle:18/6pH Levels:6.0
Light Type:LEDDay Temperature:24°C (75°F)
Watts Used:750Humidity:50-60%

Tangerine Dream Auto setup and grow specifications.


The beauty of this autoflower lies in its ability to readily adapt to a variety of conditions. However, it's advisable to consider experimenting with larger grow tents to prevent running out of space during the flowering stage.

3. Germination And Seedling Stage | Week 1

When you're growing cannabis indoors, it's all about making the right environment throughout the whole process. This is especially important in the first few weeks of the plant's life. Young sprouts really like mild spring-like conditions. That means no crazy temperature swings and keeping things nice and moist in both the soil and the air. So, your goal is to recreate these conditions in your grow room.

Plant Height:2 cmHumidity:60%
Distance to Light:25 cmpH:6.0
Day Temp:24°C (75°F)Night Temp:21°C (70°F)

Week 1 grow conditions.


Germinating cannabis seeds can be done in various ways. You can start by simply planting them around half an inch (or 1 cm) deep in moist soil. However, we wouldn't recommend this method for beginners. The reason is, it doesn't let you check if the seed has cracked and a taproot is showing. This lack of feedback can make the whole waiting game, waiting for the sprout to pop up, pretty nerve-wracking.

See the wet-paper-towel method in action.


A better approach is to take the seed and keep it between damp paper towels for a day or two. When the taproot gets long enough, you can put it into a small hole in the growing medium. This way, you'll have a definite confirmation that the seed is alive and likely to sprout.


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Using wet-paper towels makes germination very straightforward. ©SativaSteve88 ©BigWhitty420


Once the seedling has emerged, you won't really need to do much except provide a small amount of water each morning. Watering becomes quite simple if you keep the sprout in a solo cup — just use around 50 ml of plain water to dampen the growing medium. When dealing with larger pots, it becomes a bit more complex. You'll likely need to water approximately the same amount around the base and then slowly increase both the watering area and the volume of water until the entire container starts to get moist.


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Bigger pots mean no risks associated with transplanting, but make watering trickier. ©Dunk_Junk


Of course, DWC (Deep Water Culture) requires a different method. You'll likely start your seed in a jiffy plug or a rockwool cube. Once the roots begin to show, you'll place them into a medium, such as expanded clay pebbles. When it comes to watering, there are two ways to go about it. You can either water from above (as shown in the photo) or from below, where the root tips are allowed to float freely in the consistently aerated nutrient solution.


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Automatic drip watering system in action. ©AmnZhz

4. Early Veg | Week 2

During the second week, there isn't much alteration in the environmental needs of your growing plant. It continues to require warm temperatures and high humidity. With increased relative humidity (RH), the leaves don't release moisture too rapidly, reducing the risk of wilting.

Plant Height:3 cmHumidity:60%
Distance to Light:25 cmpH:6.0
Day Temp:24°C (75°F)Night Temp:21°C (70°F)

Week 2 grow conditions.


Your autoflower's root ball is still in the process of growth and has quite a journey ahead, but by now, it's sturdy enough to facilitate a faster development of what you observe above the soil – the new sets of true leaves. This leads to faster growth rates. Assuming all is going smoothly, you'll notice changes occurring each day. However, if things aren't progressing as expected, it means that the plant might not be responding well to some (or all) of the conditions you've established.


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A large, healthy plant that doesn't skip a beat throughout week 2. ©AmnZhz


Your Tangerine Dream Auto's growth will notably accelerate, particularly in hydroponic setups. This is primarily because hydroponic systems provide the roots with two crucial elements they highly appreciate – water infused with nutrients and oxygen – simultaneously. In soil cultivation, the act of watering temporarily limits the oxygen supply to the root area, which consequently affects growth rate, making it slower in comparison to DWC (Deep Water Culture).

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Of course, in hydroponics, your weed plants have no other source of nutrients than what you give it in your watering solution. This means that you need to provide some kind of fertilizer from day one. Please find below a sample nutrient schedule for the vegetative stage.


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Tangerine Dream Auto feeding chart for the vegetative stage.


In soil grows, it's a completely different story – here, it is safe to not give your weed plant any extra nutrients for at least the first two weeks (provided that you use a container large enough). You can read more about the art and science of using a pot of an appropriate size in the article below. You can even get away with not giving your plant any extra nutrients for the entire life cycle – if you use what growers call super soil.

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5. Mid Veg | Weeks 3-4

By the second half of the first month from seed, the root structure of your young plant will be strong enough to handle a higher load on the above-ground part. So, if the temperatures are too high or too low or there isn’t enough moisture in the air, in short, if the conditions are slightly off, your autoflower will handle all this like a champ.

Plant Height:10-25 cmHumidity:60%
Distance to Light:25 cmpH:6.0
Day Temp:24°C (75°F)Night Temp:21°C (70°F)

Weeks 3-4 grow conditions.


The main change happening now compared to the previous weeks is the active growth of side branches. There will be something new appearing every day – the fan leaves will grow larger and the side branches will extend. Expect much faster growth rates in hydroponics compared to soil – this medium is famous for giving a huge boost to the vegetative growth.


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The growth rates in DWC are phenomenal. ©AmnZhz


Modern autoflowers are versatile enough to thrive in any growing medium, and soil, perhaps amended with perlite, is no exception. Tangerine Dream Auto has a tendency to grow quite large and form an insane amount of branches, and this tendency is the same no matter what growing method you use. However, you can see in the photos below how easy it is to overwater your plants in soil grows. If you water too much or too frequently, the leaves are likely to start clawing and the growth may slow down.


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This Tangerine Dream Auto looks tired, probably due to overwatering. ©Dunk_Junk


Indoor growers routinely train their autoflowers, mostly because of the limitations in vertical space. As for Tangerine Dream Auto, think twice before starting to train it. If your goal is to limit its height, by all means use some training method or other. Otherwise, if you just want to use training to stimulate side growth, don't bother – Tangerine Dream Auto has such a remarkable tendency to bush out, that you'll get a bushy plant with no training whatsoever.

6. Transition (Pre-Flower) | Week 5

As your Tangerine Dream Auto progresses into the pre-flowering stage, it will experience rapid growth in size. Your current objective is to ensure that the upper parts of the plant maintain an ideal distance from the light source. It's a widely recognized principle that cannabis plants thrive under intense light, yet even in this case, there's a limit to the benefits. Be attentive to raising your light source or reducing its intensity as the upper parts of the plant draw nearer to it.

Plant Height:45 cmHumidity:60%
Distance to Light:25 cmpH:6.0
Day Temp:24°C (75°F)Night Temp:21°C (70°F)

Week 5 grow conditions.


The transition from vegetative growth to flowering is typically quite noticeable though the initial indications might not be overly apparent. We're referring to the first small hairs that start emerging around the middle nodes. However, these same white hairs, technically known as pistils, will eventually appear at the tops as well. Additionally, the new leaves that sprout here will adopt a more yellowish hue and become rather delicate, making them almost blend in with the hairs.


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The yellow tint on the tops and their fluffy texture signal the onset of flowering. ©TheByrdman420


The areas where these hairs are emerging will eventually develop into buds. Your objective now is to ensure that each of these upcoming bud sites receives direct light. To achieve this, you can employ techniques like training, leaf tucking, and defoliation. In the case of a taller autoflower strain such as Tangerine Dream Auto, defoliation also proves useful in moderating the growth of the longest side branches that might otherwise dominate the others.


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Defoliation has increased this Tangerine Dream's open, Sativa-like structure. ©Dunk_Junk


Of course, as your autoflower changes gear, its nutrient requirements will undergo a complete transformation to support its optimal growth. At this stage, its demand for nitrogen will decrease, while the need for phosphorus and potassium will intensify. These two macronutrients are crucial for fostering the growth of big, fat, and dense buds. Please find below a sample feeding schedule tailored for the flowering stage.


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Tangerine Dream Auto feeding chart for the flowering stage.


While addressing the nutritional needs of your autoflower, it's crucial not to overlook something known as the flowering stretch. This can often catch novice growers off guard, as there's a common misconception that the plant solely grows during the vegetative phase, and once flowering initiates, growth halts and the focus shifts solely to larger bud development.

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However, this notion couldn't be further from reality. Your plant is likely to experience an increase in size of at least 50% after the onset of flowering. In the case of an autoflowering Sativa strain like Tangerine Dream Auto, you might even witness an expansion ranging from 100 to 200%.


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This Tangerine Dream Auto looks stocky and robust, but it'll start stretching soon. ©AmnZhz

7. Early Flower | Weeks 6-7

During this stage, the stretch that your plants undergo can make you uneasy. The good news is that sometime during these 2-3 weeks the stretch will eventually stop, hopefully, before you run out or vertical space. We haven't said anything about the pH levels yet. The correct pH level depends on the medium you use. In soil grows, it should be between 6.0 and 6.5, and in hydroponics, between 5.5 and 6.0.

Plant Height:72-95 cmHumidity:60%
Distance to Light:35 cmpH:6.0
Day Temp:24°C (75°F)Night Temp:21°C (70°F)

Weeks 6-7 grow conditions.


During this stage, the most noticeable changes will include the main stem reaching towards the light and the side branches elongating, nearly matching the main stalk in length. As for the buds themselves, they'll begin to take shape, yet they might appear wispy and lacking substance. This holds particularly true for Sativa autoflowers, whose buds typically lack the compact, round appearance of Indicas. However, owing to their extended flowering periods, Sativa autoflowers eventually produce substantial, voluminous buds.


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The flowers look puny, but to an experienced eye, this bush promises insane yields. ©Dunk_Junk


As we have said, Tangerine Dream Auto has a tendency to grow quite tall and very bushy. Usually, autoflowers reach the final height sometime around week 8, but this strain may continue growing for a couple of weeks more.


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Tangerine Dream Auto height chart for the whole grow.


With what seems like a hundered smaller branches on one plant, Tangerine Dream Auto may make you feel depressed thinking about days of back-breaking work involved in trimming those buds post-harvest. But this is the price you have to pay for choosing a high-yielding variety.


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This sticky mass of flowers looks intimidating. ©AmnZhz

8. Mid Flower (Bulk Phase) | Weeks 8-9

The bulk phase calls for a slight change in conditions. In the first place, we recommend reducing the relative humidity in the grow room, as too high levels are likely to cause fungal infections -- from mold and bud rot to powdery mildew. This might be less of an issue for Sativa strains as Sativas are children of the tropics accustomed to thrive in hot and humid conditions, but even their loose and fluffy flowers can get moldy when exposed to high RH for too long.

Plant Height:110 cmHumidity:60%
Distance to Light:10-30 cmpH:6.0
Day Temp:24°C (75°F)Night Temp:21°C (70°F)

Weeks 8-9 grow conditions.


When your Tangerine Dream Auto turns into an entangled mess of branches, leaves, and buds, do what you can to ensure proper airflow both inside and below the canopy by strategically placing oscillating fans and of course, running a powerful extraction fan.


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Getting denser by the day. ©AmnZhz


When growing Sativa autoflowers, the colas tend to grow long but not especially dense. As for their circumference, they can stay narrow (as in the photo below) or get ridiculously fat over time -- that depends on the genetics.


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Slender but long -- this is just textbook Sativa. ©Dunk_Junk


In the photos above, you can see a great number of white hairs on Tangerine Dream Auto buds. This is usually a sign of immaturity, signalling that they still have several weeks to go.

9. Ripening And Harvest | Week 10 (And Beyond)

The last weeks leading up to the harvest should be the time when you keep paying extra attention to lowering the relative humidity to something like 35-40%. Also try to keep the temperatures in check. Lower day temps (around 23°C) will help you conserve terpenes in buds and probably THC and other cannabinoids too. Lower night temps not only give the plant a period of rest but can also cause some buds to become purple (if your autoflower has any 'purple' genes, of course).

Plant Height:110 cmHumidity:50%
Distance to Light:30 cmpH:6.0
Day Temp:24°C (75°F)Night Temp:21°C (70°F)

Week 10 grow conditions.


Some flowers may continue swelling and getting visibly bigger almost to the very end. Sativas do that especially often. However, in most cases, buds stop growing at a certain point. It doesn't mean though that they don't get heavier -- they do, and this happens because they become denser on the inside.


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It's not every grower that can smoke that much bud before the next harvest. ©AmnZhz


When you see that days are passing but the buds hardly change their looks, you may think that you should probably harvest them already. Maybe you should, but you'll never know for sure until you look at the buds through a hand microscope. Cannabis flowers and the little 'sugar' leaves growing next to them get covered in trichomes, which are tiny mushroom-like glands full of resin. Only if these glands become milky-white with an occasional amber, it means their potency has reached a peak.


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The buds don't look huge, but the sheer number of them is staggering. ©Dunk_Junk


All other methods of determining whether your cannabis is ready for harvest or not are only approximations, but none of them is exact. For instance, you can say that the harvest is near when the pistils turn from white to brown, withered, twisted, and dry. The fan leaves may start to fade too, and even the breeder's specifications as to the expected seed-to-harvest time may give you a rough idea, but it's arguably the least exact method.

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While you're waiting for the perfect window to chop your plant, don't forget that you also need to switch form a nutrient solution to pure water at some point. This is called flushing, and its purpose is to clean the medium and the plant itself of all harmful residue left by nutrients. In hydro, flushing lasts for about a week, in soil, it may take up to 2 weeks.


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The colas are heavy enough to make the branches droop. ©Dunk_Junk


After you cut down your Tangerine Dream Auto plant (hopefully, at the best possible moment), you will do yourself a great favor if you first slowly dry it and then cure it for at least 2-3 weeks in glass jars. These processes go way beyond the simple removal of excess moisture from the buds -- they also radically change the quality of the smoke, meaning its smoothness, smell, taste, and potency.

10. Yield and Smoke Report

It's almost unbelievable to get 200 g (7.05 oz) from just one autoflower cultivated indoors in soil, but this grower did it. Great job!


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It's a rare autoflower that can produce that much bud. ©Dunk_Junk


Turns out it's possible to top even that, at least if you grow your weed hydroponically and know what you're doing. The second of the two growers we've been following harvested 230 g (8.11 oz), and it only took him 12 weeks from seed.


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A dozen glass jars plus BHO from just one indoor plant. ©AmnZhz


The smokers of Tangerine Dream Auto describe a robust bouquet of sour citrus, orange, and tangerine that envelopes the senses, hinting at the delight to come. The taste echoes this promise, offering a seamless fusion of floral, fruity, and sharp citrus notes.

This strain's effects harmoniously bridge the gap between sativa and hybrid, ushering in an energetic and focused high that evolves into a mellow, joyous state. With potency that ranges from uplifting to physically relaxing, Tangerine Dream Auto is an ideal daytime companion, sparking positivity and creative inspiration.


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What do smokers say about Tangerine Dream Auto

11. In Conclusion

Judging by the two grows that have formed the backbone of our guide (plus some others that we have seen), Tangerine Dream Auto is a tall, naturally bushy strain. Its main stem is barely taller than other branches, and you don't really need any form of training to get this wide, multi-branch structure. The training will be of use though if your vertical space is limited.

You'd better install powerful lights as Sativa-leaning varieties, including Tangerine Dream Auto, tend to stretch too much if they receive too little light. At the same time, they usually display only moderate appetite for plant food. This autoflower seems to be tolerant of heat and handles high humidity better than most.

Tangerine Dream Auto can be quite fast, especially if you create ideal conditions during the vegetative stage, e.g., using hydropinics. However, if the growth in veg is slow, the plant is likely to compensate during flowering -- it may take a few weeks longer, but the yields will be proportionately higher.

What you probably shouldn't expect from Tangerine Dream is an especially dense texture and a full, round structure of buds. This isn't an Indica, and the flowers are more likely to be loose and light. Anyway, that's what's expected of Sativa weed, and there shouldn't be any cause for complaint. And you have already seen what the yields produced by this strain could be -- next to incredible.

In short, Tangerine Dream Auto is definitely worthy of your attention. Don't hesitate trying one, and if you've already bought some seeds, you're in for a treat. Happy growing!

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FAQs

Tangerine Dream Auto Cannabis Strain Week-by-Week Guide | Fast Buds? ›

What Is the Quickest Autoflower From Seed To Harvest? One of the fastest-growing auto-flowering strains is Sweet Gelato Auto. It typically goes from seed to harvest in seven or eight weeks when grown indoors. Gorilla Cookies and White Widow are also fast growers.

What is the fastest flowering auto cannabis? ›

What Is the Quickest Autoflower From Seed To Harvest? One of the fastest-growing auto-flowering strains is Sweet Gelato Auto. It typically goes from seed to harvest in seven or eight weeks when grown indoors. Gorilla Cookies and White Widow are also fast growers.

What is the auto tangerine dream strain? ›

Tangerine Dream Auto: A Great Balance Of Cannibinoids

A sativa-rich blend, this autoflowering strain provides a citrus-based aroma and flavor. Rich and rewarding is a great way to describe this smoke. Primarily driven by her mild THC content, this strain is a great candidate for those looking to use her medicinally.

Is tangerine dream a good strain? ›

Tangerine Dream Cannabis Strain: Potent and Fruity Hybrid

It has won numerous awards, largely thanks to its delicious citrusy flavour. Its effects are equally impressive, delivering a well-rounded and consistent experience that many users rave about.

How long does Blue Dream Autoflower take to flower? ›

Blue Dream Autoflowering blends the original US head stash favorite Blue Dream with robust ruderalis genetics. This squat, speedy sativa specimen can be ready for harvest in 10-11 weeks post-germination.

What autoflower produces the most buds? ›

Top 10 highest-yielding autoflowers
  • Critical Neville Haze Autoflowering. Genetics. ...
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  • White Widow Autoflowering. Genetics. ...
  • Fat Banana Automatic. Genetics.

What autoflower has the shortest flowering time? ›

The fastest autoflower strains such as Auto Blueberry can be ready to harvest in as little as 8 weeks after autoflower seed germination. There is simply no faster way to grow cannabis!

What does Tangerine Dream do? ›

Tangerine Dream have been a fundamental influence on electronic music since Edgar Froese founded the band in West Berlin in 1967. Providing the groundwork for multiple electronic music genres including ambient and electronica, inspiring musicians and other art forms.

What terpenes are in tangerine dream? ›

Tangerine Dream terpenes

The most abundant terpene in Tangerine Dream is myrcene, followed by caryophyllene and limonene. The most common terpene found in cannabis and has an earthy scent.

Are autoflower strains good? ›

Some advantages of autoflower plants include: Short time to harvest, usually going from seed to harvest in under 13 weeks (some as short as seven weeks) Can be kept short in stature for "stealth" growing. The Cannabis ruderalis heritage causes flowering after 2–3 weeks from germination.

When to harvest tangerine dream auto? ›

A true gem for growers, it showcases its magic within just 70 to 75 days from seed to harvest. Standing at an indoor height of 60-70cm, this strain's compact stature belies its impressive yield potential of up to 500g/m² indoors and outdoors. Tangerine Dream Auto specs sheet.

What is the best strain to get you high? ›

We've compiled the best strains that inspire euphoria thanks to a mix of terpenes and genetics that suit any connoisseur's preferences.
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  • Jack Frost.

What is the most powerful strain in the world? ›

  • Most Potent Strain Overall: Godfather OG.
  • Relaxing and Euphoric Highs: Gorilla Glue #4.
  • Potential Pain Relief: Cake Bomb.
  • Powerful Energizing Effects: Bruce Banner.
  • Intense Mood Upliftment: Chocolope Fem.
  • Impressively High Yields: Apple Betty.
  • Irresistible Terpene Profile: Titan F1.
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How much faster do autoflowers grow? ›

Autoflowering cannabis varieties, developed as a result of improved breeding techniques, are producing faster and better cannabis strains. They mature in no time, as high potency yields can now be gotten between 9 to 10 weeks from germination.

How long does it take for autoflower buds to ripen? ›

Understanding the Life Cycle of Autoflowers

Typically, autoflowers have a shorter life cycle compared to photoperiod plants, ranging from 8 to 12 weeks from seed to harvest. This shorter cycle is due to their ruderalis genetics, which allows them to flower based on age rather than light exposure.

How long should I let my autoflower flower? ›

Flowering Stage: The flowering stage will be relatively long, around 6-10 weeks. They begin to grow buds rich in cannabinoids and terpenes. Some high-yielding strains can even reach full maturity in 5-8 weeks. Overall, autoflowering takes about 8-14 weeks from seed to harvest.

What strain has the fastest flowering time? ›

Kalashnikov Seeds' White Critical Express is number 1 with a bullet as the most potent and productive photoperiod strain that can be ready for harvest after just 48 days of flowering.

What is the best auto flowering strain? ›

Top 10 autoflowering cannabis strains
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What is the fastest growing super autoflower? ›

Top 10 Fastest Autoflowering Cannabis Strains
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How long does auto cannabis take to flower? ›

But one thing is certain; flowering is triggered in autoflowers by age rather than by changes in light. As a result, most autoflowers begin to flower between 6-8 weeks after they are planted.

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