Moby Dick Auto is a Sativa-dominant, autoflowering gem born from crossing Haze Autoflowering and White Widow Autoflowering. She’s got it all, really: Generous yields, hard-hitting effect, easy-growing and super-speedy. Moby Dick Auto is an award-winning hybrid that fully lives up to the pedigree of her feminised namesake, equally disease-resistant and greedy for nutrients, just a little smaller in size. Yet this baby whale is still bigger, stronger-smelling and more powerful than most other autos. A truly fantastic addition to any cannabis garden.
2nd Best Autoflowering at 2017 Copa y Festival Latinoamericannabis (Chile)
These cannabis seeds grow into medium-sized plants, smaller than the original but taller than most autos. The structure lends itself to disease-resistance – skinny, ample space between nodes and sideways stretching that allows plenty of light penetration and aeration.
Moby Dick Auto churns out large, dense, resin-packed cannabis flowers. Obviously not as much quantity as the original but still respectable for an auto and well-suited to commercial growing.
Stunning Haze-like aromatic qualities that blend together lemon, incense and cedar.
Expect a highly-potent, Sativa-typical psychoactive experience that will have your brain cells firing in overdrive. She’s invigorating and stimulating, ideal for giving a mental energy boost into creative and active tasks.
Moby Dick Auto grows easily, healthily and speedily, plus she’s disease-resistant, making her perfect for amateur growers, humid climates and areas with short summers. She’s a hungry girl, so be sure to fertilise more than usually recommended. Indoor air filters are essential for avoiding the attention of the whole neighbourhood. Likewise, stealthy guerrilla methods will see her maximise her potential outdoors, without raising any suspicion. Remember, Moby Dick Auto isn’t as tall as Moby Dick, but also loves to stretch sideways, so she’d take up a lot of room in an indoor setup. For this mini-whale, a 20L pot right from the get-go is probably a good idea. This mammal lives in water but breathes air –so ensure good soil aeration with a 30% coco coir substrate and water often but lightly. Don’t leave behind any puddles as she won’t have time to recover from drowning.