Red Poison Auto contains cannabis ruderalis, indica and sativa genetics, deriving from parent strains Green Poison and Pakistani Kush. This strain rates high among the ranks of the most beautiful cannabis strains available. As Red Poison Auto embraces the flowering stage of the grow cycle, the plant starts to boast deep red and purple colours featured on the flowers and leaves. This mind blowing complexion excites growers, and is a great way to treat your stoner buddies by surprising them with a bag full of purple weed.
Red Poison Auto isn’t just appreciated for its pretty looks, the strain also provides a nice smoke that relaxes the user. The high is associated with happiness, euphoria and calmness, and is a great smoke when wanting to sit around with some friends and engage in some thought provoking and deep conversations.
The medium THC content of this strain means it won’t completely knock you over and lock you to the couch, instead the high is manageable and functional. The medical uses for this strain encompass conditions such as depression, insomnia, stress, muscles spasms and pain.
Lighting up a bowl or blunt full of this purple plant matter will come along with some highly appreciated flavors that feature aspects of wood, earth and sweetness.
Red Poison Auto is a great strain for novices looking for something that is easy to grow but at the same time is slightly more exotic that a lot of other strains available. The autoflowering genetics within Red Poison Auto mean that the grower will not have to change the photo period to force the strain into the flowering phase of the grow cycle, as plants will flower automatically. This strain is also great for growers who want weed on demand, as the period between germination to harvest is only 8 weeks.
If cultivating this strain indoors, growers can expect to see heights of between 60 to 120 cm and yields of approximately 550 g per meter squared. Red Poison Auto will remain around the same height if grown outdoors within garden beds or pots and will present yields of roughly 175 g per plant.
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