Auto Seeds Candy Kush is a collaboration of some of Californiaﾒs finest kush genetics and our very own Auto Pounder. After much experimenting, we hand selected a seriously sweet kush variety. The resulting cross is a deliciously sweet, big yielding, autoflowering kush strain.;Super easy to grow and ready in as little as 65 days from seed, Candy Kush will stay relatively low indoors reaching a dense and bushy 60cm when grown in soil. It branches out well giving abundant bud sites yet will still produce a large central cola coated in frosty resin. The fantastic kush genetics have resulted in a highly mould and pest resistant strain. Grown under optimal conditions Candy Kush can yield a massive 400g/m2 making it second only to our monster Auto Pounder. As expected, THC and CBD levels are high giving an intense all over stone with possible medical applications such as pain relief and insomnia. As the name suggests the smoke is sweet and heady, almost narcotic. Overtones of spice and burnt caramel are pleasant making the taste one of the best characteristics of this knock out strain.
Approximately 100 grams total dried flower from one plant. It doesn't taste or smell very strong (like most autos) but it's a very nice high! Oh, our garden is very diverse with everything from asparagus to zucchini - this diversity seems to help with insects. Reason I mention this is when trimming I found a couple of dreaded caterpillars... Haven't seen them in awhile and hopefully I don't see more. (Posted on 9/5/2019)
This came as a freebie a few years ago and it germinated easily and robustly. At 65 days it's 75 cm from crown to soil, smells sweet, seems resistant to pests and has been very easy to grow. Like any autoflower it's not the prettiest looking flowers but it's definitely coated! I'd estimate it will be another 10 -16 days - I'd say 80 days germination to harvest - this is in the great Northwestern region of the states. (Posted on 7/12/2019)
3 out of 5 germinated, but sadly 2 of those seedlings quickly died off. The one that survived grew exactly as described- bushy with lots of sweet smelling buds. Just sucks that only one grew that far. (Posted on 2/24/2019)