Juicy Fruit strain seeds from Sonoma Seeds produce a plant that is Indica dominant and has Autoflower genetics. Colors of this plant range from green to purple and buds with orange and purple hues.
- Type: Indoor/Outdoor
- Growing: Easy
- Flowering Time: 7-9 Weeks
- Indica/Sativa: 60% Indica / 30% Sativa / 10% Ruderalis
- Effect: Body High
- THC: Medium 20%
- CBD: 1.2%
- Country: USA
- Yield: Up to 200 grams indoor / 250 grams outdoors
- Genetics: Afghani Indica + Thai Sativa
This strain also goes other with another name, such as Fruity Juice. It is a large-leaved plant which features beautiful colors in specs of purple and green. It is known as a variety that is perfect for individuals who want to maintain their high energy, especially when participating in special events, including social gatherings while staying relaxed at the same time.
Juicy Fruit Seeds Autoflower Effects & Features
As a strain that was created out of two famous strains, Afghani Indica and Thai Sativa, this lovechild of creation offer a delightful and enjoyable effect. With a THC content level at 20%, it offers a body high, making it a recommended choice for medical marijuana patients. It is also known to provide treatment to several minor ailments, while soothing symptoms of other chronic illnesses.
Juicy Fruit Seeds Autoflower Flavors & Uses
The Juicy Fruit autoflowering variety features a scent that is invigorating. It is as fruity as suggested by its name, and taste as much like its overall effects. It is uniquely pleasant, with effects that may last especially long, often lasting for up to three hours.
Juicy Fruit Seeds Autoflower Grow Info
This strain is a tropical variety, which means that it is easy to grow, even by beginner cultivators. It is a high yielder, with the capacity to grow quite tall. This means that it is best to give it enough room to expand fully. In an indoor environment, this strain can grow up to 8 to 9 weeks to flower. The yield is usually at 18 ounces per square meter. In an outdoor environment, on the other hand, the expected yield is at 21 ounces per plant, and usually flowers throughout late Summer, and ready for harvesting around late September to early October.