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autoflower outdoor australia

Bruce Banner is an autoflowering cannabis strain that works equally well indoors and outdoors. It’s a smooth, satisfying grow for those with a bit of experience, delivering incredibly dense buds after a flowering time of around eight weeks. Don’t be afraid to use larger doses of fertilizer while growing to increase yields of up to 600 g per m/2 when grown outdoors.

Gorilla Glue Auto has a very pleasant and smooth taste and aroma, with hints of lemon, pine, sweet fruit and the Diesel variety. The effect is very strong cerebral/physical well-balanced, with great potency and a pleasantly long duration.

Growing

Autoflowers, with their short growing season, are ideal for cultivation in Australia as it is easily possible to enjoy multiple harvests each year. Bountiful sunshine allows autos to flourish and reap rich rewards, so if you are lucky enough to live Down Under, you might as well take advantage of the latest generation of high-quality autoflowering weed seeds.

Suitable for beginners, Critical Purple is a reliable plant with THC levels of up to 25%. The “Violet” in the name refers to the purplish hue growers may observe on thick, heavy flowers.

Bruce Banner’s ancestry is instantly recognizable by her sweet, berry and diesel scent. Like one of her parents, Strawberry Diesel, the mechanical aroma of Bruce Banner Auto mingles with fresh notes, hinting at its incredible potency. In terms of taste, sweet berries mingle with juicy citrus, leaving a feeling of freshness in the mouth.

Hey guys i live in oz i just ordered these auto strains from planetskunk they are female seeds im going to growing outside under the sun anyone had experience shipping to australia from this store?

will let you know when they arrive

1 x Tundra® Auto Flowering & Feminized
1 x Automaria (Ruderalis)

10 female seeds of each

Automaria Feminised from Paradise Seeds
A fast flowering stoney plant of Ruderalis/Indica origin. This plant, as the name suggests, spontaneously starts making resinous flowers even in the middle of summer or indoors, no matter how many hours of light. These seeds guarantee a quick harvest, "instant satisfaction".

So I thought this thread might be of use to some fellow aussie or hot climate outdoor enthusiast’s either now or in the future.

I like to put my plants indoors under lights for the first few weeks of a night and slowly introduce them them to the sun, if you can’t do that don’t panic you can grow without doing so. Be very careful introducing seedlings to intense sun though. I like to put them outdoors of an early morning when the sun is less intense and move to a shaded spot for the heat of the day., returning them to the sun in the late afternoon. It’s usually a couple of weeks before they outgrow the seedling box, at which time it’s time to put them into their final pots and outside for good. Myindoor setup is very simple, a plastic tote and a t5 light purchased from Ebay for around $80. I usually start in 1gal pots but have started this grow in a plastic cup with holes drilled for drainage.

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Living in central Queensland Australia my climate has its ups and downs like anywhere. October through to around March is usually hot hot and more hot, most days are pushing 40c of a day and around 20c of a night. Humidity can swing from 20% to 70%. We usually have little to no rain until around December each year after which the humidity rises. This has been my favored growing season with around 14 hours of daylight.
March through to late September is very mild. With the average day anywhere from 19-25 Celsius and nights dropping down to as little as 3c. This is a much easier climate for growing but with our shortest day being a little over 10 hours of light growing monster plants is difficult at best.

The second thing i would say to do is read them again! Just about everything you need to know to have a successful first grow, and keep improving your grows is located in them. I would also head on over to the infirmary and familiarize yourself with basic plant deficiencies. It’s good to be able to know what your girls telling you.