Strain Profile Notes:
Himalayan Blue Autoflower: Tastes earthy & piney, leaves are mostly blue w/ pink hairs with a handful of blues-&-purples… Hardy & resilient, good for newbies. As with any autoflower in seed form: start in 2” x 2” start cubes then transplant into larger container (at least 2-gallon) within 5 days. This auto strain roots way faster than photoperiod varieties, providing plenty of room for the taproot is crucial to yield (if you let autofower taproot hit bottom of container too early then yield suffers). This strain is a MTF Genetics favorite and is an autoflower genetic backbone for many other breeders.