Northern Light Automatic is great for indoors and outdoors in warm climates. The plant produces flowers almost immediately, and is ready for harvest in only 9 to 10 weeks.
Northern Light Automatic gives a generous harvest and might be one of the highest-yielding autoflowering strains available. Growing to a height of around 90-120 cm, it is quite a large plant for an autoflowering variety, but this is matched in its yield.
Dont let one bad experience with autos mitigate and set your mind against ever trying them again. I love autos to.the point of throwing some in every order i make
Sometimes you just get a bad seed, it happens and its happened to the best of us sometimes the seed(s) youre dealt with are just garbage from the begining.
Each time i order seeds feom here i usually do 5 packs of feminized and 5 packs of autoflowering strains. Its legal here in canada now but still with a maximum of 4 plants per household ill grow 2 photoperiods and 2 autoflowering strains since i grow.my regular photoperiods on a 20/4 light achedule and veg for weeks letting me top them and lst the photoperiods for around 4-8 weeks that usually gives me just enough time for my two autos to finish doing what they doand lst them if possible while still under the 20/4 light schedule and ill keep the lights on that schedule until my autos are ready to harvest then day by day i lower my light schedule down an hour each day until im at 12/12 and by this time ive got 2 autos harvested with 2 reg fems trained and topped numerous times ready to grow buds on each topped node made throughout the time the autoa grew giving me 2 fems topped and trained to the point of producing dozens of main king colas on a wider bushier plant as opposed to just one top king cola like a Christmas tree youd get by not topping or training your plants.
Long story short dont let one bad experience with one autoflowering seed stop you from trying any other autos. I could realistically grow 4 autoflowering plants in my tent in my rkom to full harvest 3-4 times a year instead of one photoperiod plant a year (Posted on 4/19/2020)
Not gonna spend all night ranting about what a horrible experience I had with this seed because I know that nobody reads these things. This simple warning is for those consumers who stop and take the time to read customer reviews. Stay away from this seed. I wanted to try an autoflower for my first grow as my circumstances prevented me from being able to take care of a photoperiod plant. Autoflowers don't need 12 hours of darkness like other seeds, but 3 months of growth and my plant stood over 5 feet tall without a single bud on it.
I did my best to switch to 12/12 (considering my restrictive circumstances) and it finally started to progress beyond the vegetative stage. Today is day 116 from the time it sprouted and it's only now starting to flower, but it's close to 7 feet tall and completely unmanageable. Furthermore, it seems to have reached the end of its life cycle as most of the hairs are orange and the leaves are yellow, but no significant amount of bud whatsoever. I've consulted with many people both online and in person: half think I wasn't sent an autoflower seed, the other half think it's bad genes. I did everything possible to nurture it but it never really thrived. I won't be purchasing autoflower seeds anymore after this horrible experience. better to be able to control exactly when the plant hits its various stages as opposed to letting it "autoflower" (my ass). (Posted on 5/11/2016)