Information

Genetics 70 % indica 20% sativa and 10% ruderalis
Climate outdoor
Yield 150 grams to 250 grams
Height 3 feet to 4 feet
Flowering Time 8 weeks
Effect stoney high
THC Level 15 % to 20 %
Growing easy to moderate

 

Feminized autoflowering Northern Lights were first bred back in the  United States  during 1970’s using the Afghani genetics. It was only in 1980s when the marijuana strain was made known to the Dutch breeders. In no time, this strain became a standard in terms of growing cannabis. Northern Lights autoflowering is a mixture between indica, sativa and ruderalis with the respective percentage of seventy, twenty and ten. The most preferred method of growing for the feminized autoflowering Northern LIghts is outdoor because this marijuana is a tropical weed. You can grow it indoors provided that you will be able to provide the heat and light it needs. The harvest for this certain marijuana plays between one hundred grams to two hundred fifty grams with eight weeks waiting before flowering time. Medical growers prefer the feminized version of an autoflowering Northern Lights because it gives smokers a high THC that goes in between fifteen percent and twenty percent with an easy to moderate level of difficulty growing.

Feminized autoflowering Northern Lights championed most of the growers because of its combination. By being dominated by the indica genetics, smokers experience a relatively high mind boost while having the marijuana plant in a manageable size because of the sativa genetics. Also, Northern Lights autoflowering feminzied can be cross breed to other strains because of its ruderalis properties.

This type of marijuana is preferred to grow outdoors because it demands and requires its environment to provide a lot of heat and sunlight due to its tropical nature. Outdoor growers save a lot due to this demand of the weed. Sometimes in order to control the heat and light received by the weed, they put their Northern Lights inside a greenhouse to give regulation to the weeds’ heat and light absorption, and ventilation. Also, the greenhouse serves as protection for the plant and grower. For indoor growers, they tend to spend more on the lighting system due to this specific demand of the feminized autoflowering Northern Lights. One tip that we can give you is to invest on lighting system that has dominant yellow light than blue light since it is brighter yet produces warmer heat compared to the blue light.