Auto Anthrax

Auto Anthrax Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
500-550gram square meter.
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 - 9 weeks 
warm and slightly arid environment
Growing Difficulty
100-130 centimeter
pine and citrus

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Auto Anthrax Marijuana Seeds Information

This strain was created by cross-breeding a White Widow, New York City Diesel, with Permafrost Amsterdam. The Auto Anthrax strain has a terpene feature that blends with its pungent and complex aroma

With its deep taproot and medium-sized stem, characteristics, growers of this strain need not worry about the summer/dry season. This strain has various phenotypes of which are Ghost OG, OG, and SFV OG. Originated from South Florida

What are the Flavor and Effects of the Auto Anthrax strain?

It has pine and citrus flavours and will enhance concentration will energize you. This hybrid presents you with a relaxing effect that will leave you sleeping like a baby. Other effects this cannabis will offer you are a happy, euphoric, and uplifting effect making you forget all your problems.

 What are the Medical Benefits of the Auto Anthrax strain?

It also has a relaxing effect on the body which helps to minimize the attack of insomnia. This strain also has great medical potency in the treatment of depression and stress. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Auto Anthrax strain

This strain can cause dizziness, nausea, restlessness, fever, high blood, developing paranoia, and dry mouth. 

How to Grow Auto Anthrax strain? 

For improved growth and yield of this strain, good lighting and normal to average humidity and fertile soil level are required. Proper attention should be given to checkmate the attacks of pests and other herbivorous animals which reduces the maximum yield of this strain.


This strain grows very fast, and its planting method ranges from easy to mid difficult. Fertilizer may be applied to enhance the maximum yield of this strain. Watering should be done at least thrice a week to make sure that the soil is not too hard for the root of the plant strain to absorb the nutrient. 

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