Early Appalachian Auto Flower Strain
This variety is a cross of well known and tested strains with a good blend of indica and sativa. Primarily bred for a staggered harvest outdoors it also does very well indoors. Plant structure is mostly one large cola with minimal branching. Ancestry includes Lowryder, G13, Hash Plant, Dutch Treat and an early flowering sativa grown for many years in the North Appalachian mountains. This sativa is similar to California Orange or Haleys Comet.
Buds from this strain will vary from the looser resin coated Lowryder type to dense golf ball size buds that are heavy and easy to trim. Tastes range from deep spicy to sweet mandarin orange . Typically these plants have thick stems with short internodes making tying up or super cropping unnecessary .
Being a semi auto about half of these plants will begin flowering at 3 to 4 weeks old . About a quarter will flower at 6 to 7 weeks old with the rest starting soon after that. Indoors, start on 18 hours , once the first plants start drop light hours to 16 hours then 2 weeks later drop light to 14.5 hours and leave until ripe. For best results outdoors start in jiffy pots instead of transplanting or directly in 3 gallon pots indoors.
very good depending of course on environment and experience .
increase during flowering about 50%
6.5 to 8 weeks. If started mid May will start coming in from the middle of August onwards.
Very nice Indica sativa blend without couch lock ..great for day or night time