Choco Kush Autoflower Grow Difficulty: Easy

(1 customer review)

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Parents: White Choco x AK-OG Kush x Ruderalis
Type: 70% Indica / 20% Sativa / 10% Ruderalis
Taste: Sweet / Spicy / Chocolate
Effect: Long Lasting Bodybuzz
Flowering time: 8-9 Weeks

Clear
  • + / –21%THC
  • + / –0.5%CBD
  • + / –0.08%CBN
  • + / –0.08%THCV
  • + / –1.4%CBG
Strain Information Reviews

Strain information

Amsterdam Genetics First Autoflowering Cannabis Seed

Choco Kush cannabis seeds by Amsterdam Genetics are a unique strain developed by us here in Amsterdam.

The wonderful Choco Kush Auto (autoflower) is Amsterdam Genetics’ first autoflower strain ever. Not only this, but it’s also the only autoflowering cross in the world containing our original ‘White Choco‘ genetics. These seeds will produce plants which will start their flowering cycle regardless of the light cycle the plant is being given, meaning within 60 to 65 days from the time of germination these plants will be fully flowered and ready for harvest.

Due to its fast flowering time, these seeds are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Especially in areas located in Northern Europe, which can be plagued by rain in late summer.

Autoflower seeds are very popular due to their rapid flowering time and their ‘easy to care’-nature. The plants have an unparalleled mildew and mould resistance, produce lovely compact buds that are loaded with trichromes, further enhancing their popularity for easy yet effective cultivation.

Growing

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Medicinal Benefits

Stress Relief
Depression Relief
Pain Relief
Fatigue Relief
Headaches Relief

Effects

Happy
Uplifted
Euphoric
Relaxed
Creative

1 review for Choco Kush Autoflower

  1. private (verified owner)

    I got two very different phenos. One with a very sweet smell (like gummy bears) and the other one with a citrusy smell to it. Also both have different nitrogen uptakes. Yield and flowering speed seems to be alright but nothing special.

    • Jeroen

      Hello,

      That’s strangely fascinating… I happen to have three of these in my garden and they seem pretty stable and similar so far, although they’re not flowering yet. Of course, it’s all still natural biology so differences can always occur, but please keep us posted on how your final results turn out. Best of luck!

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