5 Seed Packs
Purple Domina Auto, 5 autofeminised seeds
Purple Domina Auto is a very fast indica dominant automatic strain that contains Purple Kush and Black Domina genes. From germination to harvest she needs only 9 weeks. She is a really high yielder with 500g per m² indoors, outdoors you can expect up to 180g per plant. She grows vigorously with a strong main cola and a lot of side branches in the typical shape of an autofeminised indica. Purple Domina Auto is a very dark plant which shines towards the end of the flowering stage in magnificent dark purple tones.
Purple Domina Auto has a very fruity aroma with strong, earthy undertones. Her effects are long-lasting, a powerful full body stone with a stimulating clear headed high that goes perfectly with listening to your favourite music.
The buds are dense, hard, and covered in a thick layer of resin. THC levels have been measured to be extremely high at 18 to 22%
Its hardy nature means even beginner growers can pull yields that would make a commercial grower happy. Experienced smokers will love it for its extremely potent stone and complex flavour, while only having to wait 65 days to get it.
Growing Purple Domina Auto
Purple Domina Auto should be cultivated indoors in pots with at least 10 litres and should be permanently illuminated 18 hours a day. Outdoors pots of 15-20 litres are ideal for this incredible autofeminised strain, in warm and sunny areas 3 crops a year are possible. The plants grow to a height between 60 and 120 cm, what is tall for an autoflowering strain. The plants have a branchy structure, producing plenty of branches with big heavy buds. The flowers become a lot of weight as they mature, meaning they will need support.
Outdoors, you can plant Purple Domina Auto seeds in cooler northern climates due to its high resistance to mould; just make sure you’ve waited until the final frosts have passed before you put it outside. You can expect to harvest an excellent yield of potent weed in early June.
Purple Domina Auto is used to treat insomnia, stress, and poor appetite.