Trans Siberian is one of the strongest autoflowering varieties available, Trans Siberian is a crystal covered cross that looks like it has just come in from a blizzard. A mix of one of the world's most popular strains, original White Russian (Serious) and our Auto #1, Trans Siberian has a long lasting and powerful almost sedative stone. It is a perfect blend being easy to grow, very fast finishing (65-75 days) but still yields just as well many other auto strains. Extensive covering of trichomes can be so heavy they may spread well down onto shade leaves, especially in the final 1-2 weeks of flowering. This can be maximised even further if it's given its final flush just days prior to harvest and is then left for 48-72 hours in total darkness. Taste and smell is typically Indica, with a pungent skunky fuel aroma that White Russian is renowned for. Trans Siberian delivers an outstanding high for an auto variety, both deep body buzz with a narcotic head stone. A true must for both connoisseur and beginner alike.
White Russian x Auto #1
65-70 days from seed
Where to Grow
Indoor, Greenhouse, Outdoor
Taste / Flavor
Great beginner grow Review by Nukem Nic
Got around 2 ounces per plant. Buds were almost white with crystals. great smooth smoke (Posted on 12/28/2019)
A joy to grow, and a pleasurable smoke. Review by James
Easy to grow, produces big heavy tight resinous buds.. Love it!! (Posted on 6/2/2016)
House Fav Review by WOLFtick3t
On my 3rd 5-pack of Trans Siberian. About to harvest two plants and three more are about a week old. Already ordered another pack because we hate to run out. Very nice bedtime indica, which is mostly what gets used around here.
Easy to grow strain, mine are indoor LED/CFL w/ organic soil in 3G pots. No expert, but for a $10-$15 seed to produce an ounce or better of top-shelf in about 10 weeks seems like a pretty good deal. They are tall, usually about 2 feet in our setup, and easy to manicure without much greenery.
They are a bit pungent close to harvest, though very earthy and pleasant in a well ventilated room. I'm told they smell like White Russian (makes sense). (Posted on 4/19/2016)