Auto Galaxy

Auto Galaxy Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
12-16%
Yield
550 gr/m2 (Indoor), 40 - 150 gr. per plant (Outdoor)
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
56 - 70 days
Climate
Temperate Climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
27 Inches
Flavors
Sweet, Mint, Fruit

Where To Buy Auto Galaxy Marijuana Seeds

Auto Galaxy Marijuana Seeds Information

Auto Galaxy cannabis strain by Pyramid Seeds is a 70/30 Indica prevailing mixture. This cannabis strain is a hybrid of Galaxy and Ruderalis cannabis strains. It has a sweet and fruity flavor. Buds are overwhelming and resinous, while the plant develops to medium statures. Blooms are thick and tar drenched.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Auto Galaxy?

Its sweet, mint and fruity taste alongside its long loosening up impact brings Auto Galaxy extremely close to its closest relative Galaxy. Auto Galaxy cannabis strain’s high has a quiet body impact, which will genuinely assist you with relaxing and sit back, estimating about whatever miracles you might want to.

What are the medical benefits of Auto Galaxy?

The strain could likewise be utilized as an energizer, anxiolytic, and antipsychotic. In elevating the disposition, it incidentally pushes back sentiments of gloom and sadness. It makes for a brilliant pressure reliever. It conciliates a wide assortment of throbbing painfulness.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Auto Galaxy

Dry mouth and dry eyes are regular symptoms of cannabis, paying little respect to the strain. Not to stress; however, regardless of its certainty, it is seldom a reason for concern.

How to Grow Auto Galaxy?

As a plant, Auto Galaxy doesn’t become excessively and is, along these lines, a little and sensible example with statures going from 50cm and 130cm. It is one of the most profitable plants, in spite of the fact that you should give it some sort of limitation since it becomes generally quick and its branches are fairly meager to help the heaviness of their plenteous and resinous buds.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on email
Email