The Lemon AK Auto are a reinterpretation of AK-47's Fast Buds seed bank, a wonderful strain, now in autoflowering version. To do this, the boys at this bank had to pick different AK-47 phenotypes, which they took the liveliest and crossed with their incredible Ruderalis Autoflowering. The result is a high-yielding variety with incredible sativa power and impressive vegetative power.
Lemon AK Auto is a variety with sativa structure. It grows with impressive power in the shape of a Christmas tree and changes daily. In the early stages of his life, the use of small wooden sticks is recommended because the leaf can grow faster than the stems, which can cause the leaf to bend due to its own weight. In the open air, it must be protected from adverse conditions, as it can easily bend in the first few weeks due to wind. At the end of flowering the Lemon AK gets a heavy structure and is loaded with fruits and a very intense citrus aroma. Therefore, it is recommended to use odorless filters.
The aroma and taste are one of the strengths of Lemon AK. With an intense aroma of citrus fruits such as lemon and grapefruit, this variety is filled with lime, which is noticeable every turn.
The yields of Lemon AK are very high. Indoors, Lemon AK can achieve yields of up to 600 grams per square meter using spotlights and photoperiods of more than 20 hours in about 9 weeks. At the same time, under sunlight it is a variety that can reach 300 grams per plant.
The effect of Lemon AK is another point you should keep in mind when considering this variety. With a balanced effect, this strain starts with a sativa high, which lets you get up from the sofa and then gently down regulates. Ideal for the day and sharing among friends. In addition to medical applications to combat nausea, sclerosis and back pain.
Inside and outside
Genotype: Autoflowering hybrid with Sativa dominance
Genetics: Ak-47 x Rudelaris
Cannabinoids: THC very high, low CBD
Height: between 70 and 100 cm.
Complete cycle: 8-9 weeks (inside and outside)
Yield: XXL, up to 300 grams of plant (outdoors)
Planting: From April to November or all year round with artificial light.