Red Poison Auto Feminised

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100% Autoflowering strain. Hybridization between one of the most appreciated strains from Sweet Seeds catalog – Green Poison – and an exotic autoflowering strain with purple flowers, descending from pakistani Kush ancestors. Red Poison grows with the appearance of an Indica-Sativa hybrid. It shows a great hybrid vigour from the first stages of growth. The plants develop a strong main stem and long flexible side branches. This strain produces thick dense buds covered with aromatic resin. Taste and aroma are both very pleasant and intense. Sweet and fruity with a soft Skunk background. During flowering, around 80% of the plants acquire purple or reddish tones in the buds and some of them even develop purple leaves too. After harvested and dried the buds gain a very dark purple tone, almost black.
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100% Autoflowering strain. Hybridization between one of the most appreciated strains from Sweet Seeds catalog – Green Poison – and an exotic autoflowering strain with purple flowers, descending from pakistani Kush ancestors. Red Poison grows with the appearance of an Indica-Sativa hybrid. It shows a great hybrid vigour from the first stages of growth. The plants develop a strong main stem and long flexible side branches. This strain produces thick dense buds covered with aromatic resin. Taste and aroma are both very pleasant and intense. Sweet and fruity with a soft Skunk background. During flowering, around 80% of the plants acquire purple or reddish tones in the buds and some of them even develop purple leaves too. After harvested and dried the buds gain a very dark purple tone, almost black.
BREEDER Sweet Seeds
FLOWERING TYPE Autoflowering
SEX Feminised
YIELD Indoors: 400-550gr/m2 and Outdoors: 35-175gr/plant
PLANT HEIGHT 60 – 120 cm
GROWS Grows indoors, Grows outdoors
HARVEST MONTH Indoors/Outdoors: 8 weeks after germination

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