Candy Cane Autoflowering Feminized


Genetics 60 % indica, 30% sativa, 10% ruderalis
Climate indoor or outdoor
Yield 100 grams to 200 grams
Height 2 ft to 3 ft
Flowering Time 7 weeks
Effect long lasting body buzz
THC Level 17 % – 20 %
Growing easy to moderate


The Candy Cane autoflowering feminized weed is not a pure breed. This autoflowering strain is a combination of sixty percent indica, thirty percent sativa and ten percent ruderalis. The Candy Cane autoflowering feminized strain is ready to grow indoors and outdoors with a possible yield between one hundred grams to two hundred grams. The height of this autoflowering strain plays between two feet to three feet depending on the light and nutrients you feed your weed. The strain needs only seven weeks to produce flowers because it is autoflowering. The THC level of this weed is relatively high between the percentage of seventeen and twenty. Growing  Candy Cane autoflowering feminized plays between easy to moderate level.

There are plenty of things to remember when growing an autoflowering feminized marijuana. In the case of this Candy Cane strain, when growing indoors, the light received by your weed should be eighteen hours and six hours of total darkness. This is needed because the Candy Cane strain is feminized and autoflowering. Second, be careful to the soil that you will be using. A standard pot soil is not suitable to any autoflowering feminized weed. It would be better to buy soil from specialized grow shop. Third, do not over nutrient your Candy Cane autoflowering feminized strain. In its twelfth to fourteenth day, you only have to give your strain water. After this time, you could start adding growth nutrients, the light type. Continue this until the plant has been flowering for a week. Lastly, for the pots, this strain does not grow very high, so large pots are not advised to use. Also, this will make you save a lot of space.

For outdoor growing, Candy Cane Autoflowering feminized strain is dependent on the time of the year. The germination stage should happen during spring or during a good weather. For tropical countries, growing this strain is not an issue since the moisture, humidity and light it needs are present, but for colder regions, you have to recheck the time of the year since it would be nonsense if you plant your autoflowering marijuana during fall or winter.

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