General information about Northern Lights Auto
Northern Lights has been one of the most famous strains for years and is now available in an autoflowering version from Seeds66. We crossed our feminized Northern Lights with our Seeds66 Ruderalis and thus inherited the autoflowering properties.
Northern Lights Auto growth
The Northern Lights auto is medium in size and is very easy to cultivate. It is inherently very robust and resistant to fungi, mildew and pests. It only needs a small amount of fertilizer.
This variety loves temperatures between 21 and 26 degrees Celsius indoors. As with an indica, the flowering time is very short at 7 to 8 weeks. The yield is 450-550 grams per square meter.
Due to its strong indica genes, it grows just as well in northern and southern countries. If you plant your aautolowering seeds outdoors, they will wait until mid-April. The yield can reach up to 200 grams per plant if it is grown in an optimal location outdoors.
Smell and taste
Most fans of Norhern Lights appreciate the intense aroma and taste. Immediately after the first draft, a strong pine scent with spicy and sweet undertones will fill the room. At the same time, their smoke gives the palate an odor-like taste.
The effect of the Northern Lights Auto
The effect is typical of indica and has a calming effect. It is best consumed in the evening. Smoke the Northern Light after dinner or before bed and enjoy intense physical relaxation.
One of the reasons why Northern Lights is so popular is its immense medicinal value. This strain's muscular relaxation and analgesic properties make it an effective pain reliever. It is also used for muscle cramps, PMS, migraines and arthritis. It also has a calming effect and lets people who are struggling with insomnia and fatigue sleep.
Features of the Northern Lights Auto
Feminized and autoflowering
Genotype: Mainly indica
Genetics: Northern Lights x Seeds66 Ruderalis
Flowering indoors: from 7 to 8 weeks
Flowering outdoors: like indoors. Can be planted from mid April
Outdoor production: up to 200 grams / plant
Indoor production: up to 550 grams / m2