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| Type||Sativa / Indica / Ruderalis|
| Genetic||Unknown Haze x White Widow Autoflowering|
| Comprehensive life cycle||8-9 Weeks|
Description of Dinafem Seeds:
Dinafem Seeds' breeders created Moby Dick Autoflowering thinking about those growers eager to obtain generous crops and strong psychoactive effects as easily and as fast as possible.
Moby Dick Autoflowering marijuana seeds, born from the cross of a Haze Autoflowering and a White Widow Autoflowering, turn into wild Sativa-dominant plants noted for being as resistant and as ravenous as their photoperiod sisters, but a bit smaller. Don't get your hopes down too fast, though, because, despite being an auto, Moby Dick Autoflowering is smellier, bigger and more potent than most normal auto genetics. Moby Dick Autoflowering obtained the 2nd prize in the 'Best Autoflowering' category at the 2017 Copa y Festival Latinoamericannabis, held in Chile.
Moby Dick Autoflowering cannabis plants are beautiful mid-sized Sativa plants. In spite of not growing as high as the photoperiod Moby Dick, she’s higher than most autoflowerings. Slim and with large internodal spacing, her branches tend to grow horizontally making for a better light capture and resistance to moisture.
Without actually being as productive as her photoperiod sister, Moby Dick Autoflowering is a great producer of big, thick and resinous buds. Her yielding properties are above the average for an autoflowering. Therefore, she’s a great option for commercial growers.
Aromas and flavours
Moby Dick Autoflowering showcases a very intense Hazey aroma with hints of lemon, cedarwood and incense.
Moby Dick Autoflowering delivers a highly psychoactive Sativa effect of great potency. Her high THC levels go straight to the head, awakening each and every of the neurons. It isn’t suitable for beginners. However, she’s perfect for those days in which you need to give free rein to your creativity and stay active. Stay away from her if what you want is have a good night's sleep.
Moby Dick Autoflowering is resistant, vigorous and very easy to grow, which is why novice growers should give her a try and see how easy it is to obtain great results in a quick and easy manner. Her Sativa-dominance makes her perfect for humid climates but not only that. She’s also suitable for growing in regions with short summer periods.
Should you prefer to work indoors, we recommend using 600W HPS lamps in a 20/4 light cycle. Don’t forget that, as most Sativa genetics, she’s incredibly voracious, meaning a normal nutrient intake won’t be enough for this autoflowering to thrive. In any case, we warn you that, despite performing well indoors, her intense aroma may require the use of potent filters if you don’t want your entire neighbourhood to know you’re growing cannabis. Another negative point of growing Moby Dick Autoflowering indoors is her size. She’s not as gigantic as her photoperiod sister but she's still rather big for a grow tent.
Guerrilla growing is the best method for Moby Dick Autoflowering because only in a hidden outdoor place will this Dinagirl be able to give free rein to her piercing aroma, grow at ease and make the most of the sun and the nature without worrying about lack of space or nosy neighbours.
When it comes to the best pot, we recommend using one of at least 10 L although you’d better use a bigger one because this huge strain loves growing big. In fact, if you can afford it, go straight to a 20 L pot. The results will be simply amazing. Try to make sure the substrate is always well aerated by adding 1/3 of coco coir to it. This way, the plant will be able to metabolize the nutrients more easily. Remember too that watering the plant frequently but sparsely is the best thing you can do. Don’t leave puddles of standing water on the substrate because roots may drown. Autoflowering genetics grow at light speed, so every little mistake counts because these plants won’t have time to recover from them.