Indica Autoflower Seeds

Indica autoflower seeds combine the physical relaxation effects of Indica strains with the easy-to-grow nature of autoflowering plants. These seeds automatically transition from the vegetative stage to the flowering stage with age, rather than depending on light cycles. Indica autoflower seeds are perfect for beginners looking for a less labor-intensive grow or those seeking the soothing, calming effects typical of Indica strains. They're the perfect strain for growing in smaller spaces or areas with unpredictable light conditions, making them a versatile choice for both indoor and outdoor growers.

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What are the characteristics of Indica autoflowers?

  • They flower automatically, no matter what the lighting schedule. This makes them perfect for new growers looking to maximize their yields.
  • They require less maintenance and monitoring, making them a great option for those with busy schedules.
  • Indica autoflowers are also known for their short, bushy, compact structure. This makes them ideal for indoor growing or small outdoor spaces.
  • They have a shorter flowering time compared to other cannabis strains, usually ranging from 7-9 weeks.

Most Indica autoflowering cultivars display broad, dark green fan leaves and produce some of the loudest, densest, frostiest buds known to man!

How much can you yield from an Indica autoflower?

On average, most outdoor Indica autos tend to yield between 30-100grams per plant, but some options have the ability to push the 200 gram mark! Indoors, expect anywhere between 300 and 500 grams per square meter.

There are a couple of key variables that directly affect the yield potential of any specific strain. Still, if you have everything dialed in, there is no reason why you can't get massive yields from your Indica autoflower!

What are the effects of Indica autoflowering strains?

Indica dominant autoflowers offer a relaxing and sedating effect. This makes them perfect for those looking to unwind after a long day, relieve stress, or help with sleep issues. Indica strains are also the munchie machines, so if you're looking for a strain that will get your belly rumbling, look no further than an Indica auto.

Are there any specific growing tips for Indica autoflower seeds?

Autoflowering seeds work a little differently to photoperiod strains, so here are our top tips for growing Indica autoflowers:

  • Don't transplant them - Autoflowers don't like to be moved, so it's best to plant them directly into their final pot.
  • Use high-quality soil - Since autos have a limited lifespan, they need the best possible start in life. High-quality cannabis-specific soil is your best bet when first starting out.
  • Hydroponics for the win - Hydroponics can be a game-changer for maximizing yields with autoflowers if you're running an indoor grow setup.
  • Don't stress them out - Autos are sensitive to stress and only have a short vegetative growth window, so avoid topping, super cropping, or any other high-stress training techniques.
  • Maintain a consistent light schedule - While autos will flower regardless of the daily lighting schedule, they still need a consistent 18-24 hours of light per day for optimal growth. We suggest a 20/4 schedule for our Indica autos.
  • Keep an eye on nutrients - Indica autos have a lower nutrient demand compared to other strains, so be careful not to overfeed them.
  • Start a perpetual harvest regime - Even if you only have one small growing area, it's easy to get a perpetual harvest going. Autos of all ages can be grown in the same space thanks to their easy lighting needs.
  • Use Low-Stress Training (LST) - LST is your best friend when growing autos. It helps to keep the plant short and compact, while also encouraging multiple flowering sites for bigger yields.
  • Screen of Green (ScrOG) - This method works perfectly with LST and allows for even more canopy light penetration and air circulation.
  • Harvest at the right time - Check the state of the trichomes to determine when it's time to harvest. You want to see mostly cloudy trichomes with around 30% having turned amber. For most Indica autos, this will be between 7-9 weeks from seedling.