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Baby Boom Auto - Kannabia
List price:8,50 €
Price:5,10 €
Description: 

Intense shades of purple, blue and green define this small but lethal indica variety. With a tapestry of flavours ranging from pine and earth to sweet and sour plum jam, Baby Boom has a strong combination of both cerebral relaxation and couch lock (especially if you don’t keep moving).

Like most autoflowering varieties, this strain is easy to grow and prefers light, low release fertilization and is mould, pest and disease resistant.

Features

Characteristics observed in a plant grown in optimal conditions. These may vary according to the external factors of each crop.

Therapeutic values relate to the content of endogenous phytoannanabinoids produced by one plant. These can also vary depending on the external factors of each crop. Consult a specialist before use.

Technical info

Values obtained in a plant grown in optimal conditions. These may vary according to the external factors of each crop.

Seed type:
Autoflowering
Genotype:
Northern Lights x Blueberry x Ruderalis
Species:
Indica dominant hybrid
CBD:
<0,5 %
THC:
18,7 %

Indoor

Photoperiod:
18-20 hours
Flowering cycle:
55-60 days
Average height:
80-110 cm
Yield:
500 gr/m2

Outdoor

Values obtained in a plant grown in optimal conditions. These may vary according to the external factors of each crop.

Plant from:
March - October
Average height:
80-150 cm
Yield:
200 gr/plant
Comments

The cultivation of cannbis for self-consumption is an activity subject to legal restrictions that vary from state to state. We recommend consultation of the legislation in force in your country of residence to avoid participation in any illegal activity.

The purpose of this publication is purely informative, horizontal transfer of technical horticultural information.

Kannabia accept no responsibility for any illegal use made by third parties of information published here.

Erwin
16/07/18

Very nice and easy to grow plant. I have grown the strain outdoor on the 50th latitude in the central Europe, with some colder and sometimes rainy weather, with temperatures from 13 to 28 °C, almost without fertilizing, so it did not show big growth, but my first plant of this year is almost ready to harvest and I look forward to try if the taste is so nice as the smell...:-) Thank you Kannabia team.

tomtom971
31/03/19

Bonjour, j habite en Guadeloupe nous sommes pratiquement en 12/12 jour nuit. A chaque fois que je plante une auto flo elle fait une tige de 8 cm et ensuite elle fleurit.

Pourquoi? je croyais que la photopériode n'était pas importante pour les autoflo.

Je voudrais savoir comment faire?

Est il possible de faire 12 heures de soleil naturel et 4 heures de lumière CFL? y aura t il des problèmes de spetre ou autres?

 

merci de m'aider à faire pousser mes autoflo ou de me diriger vers guide spécialisé dans la zone caraibes.
Cordialement, TOM

potsoul
03/04/19

salut mon ami, tu peux faire en CFL ou LED en complément en même temps que Le Soleil naturel pendant 12h assure toi aussi qu’il y a de l’espace pour les racines

Irene Kannabia
03/04/19

Il vous faut 18h de lumière auto pour qu’elles poussent bien et qu’elles ne restent pas petites.

Combiner avec la lumière naturelle n’a jamais été testé, mais vous pouvez toujours essayer, on ne sait jamais !

Premièrement, on vous recommande 6 de lumière CFL, puis 12 heures de lumière naturelle. Puis que la lumière naturelle, à la fin de la journée, elle perd de lumens et, si vous appliquez 6 heures de lumière artificielle, la plante va se stresser.

C’est pourquoi, au début, c’est mieux de l’exposer à la lumière naturelle et après, à la lumière artificielle, de cette façon, la plante sera moins stressée. Et toujours dans de grands conteneurs pour la rendre plus productive.

Franco Verdejo
14/04/19

Muy buena calidad de cogollo (muy compactos y resinosos) y me impresionaron los resultados (buen aroma, subidón y sabor), recomendada al 100%.

J.C.Kenney
28/04/19

Good day,

I have a baby boom in flower, It germinated on the 24 of February and as of today it would be 9 weeks, which would be 63 days old since germ. It says the flowering stage is 55 - 60 days what does that acctually mean, should the plant be done at that time or it should be in flowering stage by that time frame, than have a few more weeks of flowering, I do have buds on the plant but they seem small to me at this stage if the plant wqas to be finished any information would be helpful.

Kind Regards John