Auto Lemon Skunk (Bulk Seeds)
According to its breeder, Auto Lemon Skunk doesn't get big, doesn't like high doses of fertilizers and is more than other strains susceptible to spider mites' attacks. The roots love a lot of space and don't like the soil to become completely dry, so it is recommended to use 5-liter pots, to keep the soil moist enough and the air humidity high (except for the later stages of flowering because the strain is susceptible to mold). Growers themselves don't report any problems and think that this strain is an easy one. Thanks to very few side branches, Auto Lemon Skunk produces very well in SOG setups, although there are some bushier phenos. Most plants smell a lot. Outdoors, they grow without problems, finishing in 2.5 months and bringing in substantial yields.
Strong. It is a balance of sativa energy and indica-like relaxation. Experienced users can smoke it in the morning and in the afternoon.
The aroma reminds one of overripe lemons and other fruit, as well as some cleaning products.
Types of Weed Autoflowering Strains Cold Climates Greenhouse Bulk Seeds Auto 50/50 Hybrids Indoor Small Strains
Auto Lemon Skunk was developed using a lemon pheno Skunk#1 that we've been keeping as a clone mother for almost 15 years and the original Lowryder. Although Skunk#1 is the building block for plenty of modern stable hybrids, many find it to be quite variable in its phenotypes and the discovery of a lemon scented pheno was something to treasure.
Having grown it every season since 1994, the transition to creating an auto flowering version seemed obvious and so the initial F1 cross with Lowryder was made. 2 years and 6 generations later, we have something we are now very pleased with and we hope you like it too. Auto Lemon Skunk is one of our shorter varieties, rarely exceeding 14 inches tall and usually forming one central cola with minimal branching. Plants are very symmetrical (just look down from above) and have a good but not extreme coating of resin.
The high and aroma is the Auto Lemon Skunks strongpoint. The high is a balance between the speedy high of a sativa and the couch lock of an indica, a true all-day smoke and of course the aroma is that of over ripe lemons. The difficulty rating of 6/10 is because the Auto Lemon Skunk does not like having its roots restricted or to become dry, it's slightly sensitive to over feeding and spider mites will choose this strain over almost any other. The best way around these issues would be to start seeds in 5litre pots or bigger, never allow the growing medium to get too dry, feed lightly and ensure high humidity during it's early stages. Even so, a spider mite targeting insecticide may be required at some stage. A rewarding strain if you are prepared to look after it.