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Auto Viking Thor

£3.00 GBP

Seedbank Norden

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Auto Viking Thor is our version of the Auto Amnezia, it is a crossing of auto flowering genetics with genetics from a "regular" non-auto flowering Amnezia.

Auto Viking Thor has an aroma of forest, very herbaceous with a hint of pine needles!

50/50 Indica/Sativa with a very heavy rush, Just like Thors hammer this strain will knock you out! If you want a more upward high, do not let the plant get over mature. If you want some really strong weed, give it some days extra in the flowering period.

This strain is a great choice for everyone who wants to stay in the sofa to chill out and eat!

The seeds are 100 % auto flowering and feminized and can handle both cold and bad weather excellently. It’s no problem for this plant to grow in northern climates. We have grown the plant on a latitude of 70° N and got very nice results!

Growing advices indoor:

Recommended lamp: 85W-1000W low energy, LED, MH or HPS.

Potsize: 3-7L

Recommended air humidity under vegetation phase: 50-70%

Recommended air humidity under flowering phase: 40-50%.

The plant can stand air humidity up to 70% under the flowering period, something that our tests have confirmed, though our recommendation is an air humidity of 40-50% under the given period.

Growing advices outdoor:

Start the seeds indoor in small pots or outdoor in a small propagator, to protect the small plants from hard weather, for 7-14 days

Choose a sunny place on an open area, so that the plants can get a lot of sun

Prepare a hole for 7-15l that you fill up with nice soil

Bring your plants outside when the nights are not colder than 10-15 degrees

Ps. Remember an important thing! The strength of the light outdoor is much stronger than indoor, so make sure that you let your plants adjust to the sun. You can do that by taking out the plants for a few hours on the balcony or by putting them in the window. Take care not to put the plants in the sun directly, an advice is to put them in shadow the first days outdoor.