ZKITTLEZ OG AUTO STRAIN
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Zkittlez OG Auto Cannabis Seeds
Zkittlez OG Auto by Barney's Farm
Fruity flavours combined with our prized OG have been painstakingly worked together into something we never thought possible in an autoflower strain. Zkittlez OG Auto is a smashing combination of gorgeous genetics combine to deliver a cosmic calming experience. Unbelievable aromas abound, and before you know it you’ll be holding her rare fruits in your hands.
After only 70 days growing time you’ll be overjoyed with the performance of this autoflowering champion. Oozing with THC her succulent sugar coated buds are a joy to behold and will neutralise your pains away before dropping you into a different, more dreamy dimension. Make sure you don’t miss out on this extravaganza of US genetics in autoflower form. GrowingZkittlez OG Auto indoors you can expect magnificent yields of up to 600g/m2, quite a feat for an auto. Outdoors yields of up to 400g per plant have been reported.
Is Zkittlez OG Auto Indica or Sativa?
The Zkittlez OG Auto strain by Barneys Farm is 50% Sativa 50% Indica.
What is the best way to store my Zkittlez OG Auto strain seeds?
To properly store Zkittlez OG Auto seeds, it is recommended to keep them cool and dark in an airtight container ideally in a refrigerator with proper labeling and dating, avoiding freezing.
What is the best method to germinate Zkittlez OG Auto strain seeds?
There are numerous techniques for germinating Zkittlez OG Auto cannabis seeds if it is allowed in your location. The paper towel method is a common method in which the Zkittlez OG Auto seeds are placed on a damp paper towel and covered with another damp paper towel to keep them moist. After that, keep the paper towel in a warm, dark spot and check on it every day to ensure that it remains moist. When the Zkittlez OG Auto seeds have germinated, gently place them in soil or similar growth media.
Zkittlez OG Auto strain cannabis seeds are sold strictly for souvenirs, storage, and genetic preservation.