- Production, power, taste
- Indoor Production
- 17.6 oz per 3x3ft
- Outdoor Production
- 7,76 oz per plant
- 75-80 days
- very stimulating at a brain level
- 70% sativa - 30% indica
Surely you have heard of the Moby Dick, a cannabis genetics very powerful, productive, fast to be a sativa, and with an extraordinary vigor. So the autoflowering replica does not stay behind this one, it contains the best qualities of the original, but in plants with automatic flowering. I will now try to describe each of these qualities, so I invite you to continue reading ...
It is a modern Haze hybrid, adapted to the needs of this time, that is fast and easy to grow. The most remarkable aspect is perhaps its large production, but the power and taste are not left behind. It is one of the most complete autoflowering plants on the market, and it is rare to see someone that does not try it again.
Its adaptability allows it to perform well in different environments, but by following certain tips you will achieve an extraordinary harvest. In indoor cultivation it is sufficient to put 9 plants per 3x3ft (square meter) in 4 US gal (15 liter) pots. Try to prepare a loose and aerated substrate so that the root system develops as soon as possible, and adds micro life to the soil as well as the first waterings.
Outdoors you can get 3 perfect harvests every season, even more if your climate is mild or hot. Obviously, the most productive crop takes place in summer months, but in both spring and autumn you can get a good yield. Try to adapt the volume of the pot to the environmental conditions, this means that in spring or autumn you can plant in a pot of about 6,6 or 7,9 US gal (25 or 30 liters), but in summer it is better to transplant to a pot of 13,2 US gal (50 liters) or more.
In indoor cultivation it finishes a few days earlier than outdoors. In indoor its complete cycle is about 75 days, from seed to harvest. In outdoor cultivation it can reach a larger size, but it also requires a few more days of cultivation. However, there are few cannabis varieties in the world capable of generating more harvest in less time, Moby never disappoints.
It produces a lot and of good quality, if conditions are right it will fill your reserves of resinous, aromatic, THC-laden buds. In indoor cultivation you can get the desired gram/watt if you grow with HPS, that is, with a 400w. you can get about 14,1 oz (400 grams), and if it is HPS 600w about 21,2 oz (600 grams), impressive. If you grow indoors with 315w LEC you can exceed 14,1 oz (400 grams) with this variety, and with LEDS, depending on the model, you can also exceed the average of the gram / watt.
Outdoors it loves to consume light, the more hours of direct sun it has the better, but you have to add plenty of food. As we said before, if you give more than 13,2 US gal (50 liters) of substrate during summer cultivation, you can harvest more than 7,05 oz (200 grams) with each Moby Auto from PEV Seeds.
The organoleptic qualities are those of a Haze hybrid, its incense aroma with a citrus background gives it away. During cultivation it does not smell as much as other sweeter varieties, but once dry its aroma is very powerful, especially when carving a bud.
The taste is still full-bodied, but the citrus background is joined by notes of spice and wood. By producing such a dense smoke, the aftertaste lingers in the mouth for a long time, just like the original Moby Dick.
At first you may think this is a pure sativa, as the high does not stop growing. But Moby hits hard in general, and after a few minutes you notice that brain stimulation is coupled with a great physical relaxation, which is greater than the original version. This is due to the ruderalis gene load it contains, which modulates the effect to make it more medicinal.
If you are looking for a complete variety, this could be your weed. With Moby Dick Auto from PEV Seeds you have everything on one plant. Production, power, taste and, above all, simplicity when it comes to cultivation, that is why it is one of the best autoflowering on the market. I hope you're not the last one to try it, you might regret it.