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Automatic Purple Kush Seed

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Auto Purple is a cannabis autoflowering result of the crossing between Purple and Ruderalis, with predominance Sativa (65%). It stands out for being a plant of great beauty , which takes on a purple hue, releases a soft black licorice aroma during flowering and, instead of leaves, it produces a large number of shoots that cover it from head to toe.

This is a variety with a not very high THC but with a Generous CBD (1.5%), something that gives it an interesting value.

But above all, you will recognize this variety by its intense must flavor mixed with touches of grapes, berries and other fruits of the forest, a true delight for the palate.

Despite having a genetic predominance of the Sativa type, this plant remains at a very reasonable height (50-90cm), which makes it ideal for growers with little space and guerrilla cultivation . If you grow it abroad , it responds much better if you grow it in soil or in a container of at least 20 liters, a strategy with which you can obtain generous yields up to 200 grams per plant , although the average production is between 30 and 120 grams per plant after 67 days of waiting since germination.

If you choose to grow it indoors, you should know that responds very well to SoG and SCRoG crops , with productions to be taken into account, between half a kilo and 550 grams per square meter, after 8 weeks.

Features of Auto Purple

  • Feminized Self

  • Interior Exterior

  • Genotype : autoflowering

  • Genetics : Purple x Ruderalis

  • THC : 15%

  • CBD : 1.5%

  • Flowering : 8 weeks (indoor) or 67 days (outdoor, from germination – northern hemisphere)

Compra Seeds sells cannabis seeds. Cannabis seeds do not contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the active ingredient in cannabis prohibited in Brazil by the National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA) (Ordinance No. 344/1998).