Quarter Pounder Autoflower Seedsby Homegrown Cannabis Co
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Seed Type: Autoflower
Type: Sativa-dominant hybrid
Yields: 17 oz
Climate: Temperate, Sunny
Effects: Calming, Creative, Euphoric, Hungry, Relaxed, Sleepy
Flavors: Citrus, Earthy, Lemon, Orange, Sour, Sweet
Genetics: Unspecified Brazilian Genetics
Plant size: 83 inches (211 cm)
Environment: Greenhouse, Indoor, Outdoor
Harvest period: All Year
Flowering period: 10 - 12 weeks
Growing difficulty: Easy
Basic Quarter Pounder Seed Info
Cannabis breeders spent two years stabilizing Quarter Pounder seeds before introducing them to the market. They combined top Brazilian weed genes to make a strain that produces generous indoor yields comparable to those of photoperiods. This cultivar is predominantly Sativa, although it also displays some Indica characteristics.
Farmers seeking high THC levels can get the desired outcome from this cultivar, as its flowers can accumulate THC levels between 20% and 27%. The strain has a soothing effect that makes it universally usable for medical and recreational uses. It is also popular among marijuana users with chronic pain, stress, and anxiety. Its buds blend sweet and sour tastes while emitting a sweet citrus fragrance.
How to Cultivate Quarter Pounder Autoflower
This cultivar is ideal for weed growers with different experience levels. Due to the mix of Ruderalis and Brazilian genetics, Quarter Pounder autoflower seeds are suitable for indoor and outdoor growing. You can plant them all year round in locations with frost-free winters. However, grow your seeds in warm, dry, and sunny regions for optimal yields. Thus, areas with Mediterranean-type climates, such as Southern Europe and Coastal California, are optimal for cultivation.
This strain requires 11 to 13 weeks from germination to harvest. You may harvest 1.31 ounces of florets per square foot when reared indoors and around 3.5 to 5.3 ounces per outdoor plant.
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