Fat Bastard auto is the result of crossing Goldmember x Monkey Spunk x Ruderalis. This hybrid strain has a fruity skunk flavor with a strong body effect. It also has a high THC of 30-38%, making it a great choice for those looking for a balanced experience enjoying the effects of an indica and the effects of a sativa. The strain has a potent, euphoric, powerful and relaxed high.Terpenes found in this strain include Caryophyllene, Myrcene, Alpha Humele and Limonene, known for their properties that help reduce anxiety, fatigue and migraines.
AUTO SATIVA OR INDICA?
This variety presents a well-balanced blend of Sativa and Indica characteristics. The hybrid nature of the strain brings an energizing effect of Sativa and the calming sensations of Indica, making it an appealing choice for various preferences.
A notable aspect of the Fat Bastard Auto strain, aside from its effects, is its efficient flowering time. Thanks to its carefully selected genetics, this strain has the advantage of self-growing capabilities bloom. In just a few weeks, growers can witness the transformation from seed to mature bud, making it a preferred choice for those looking for a faster growing cycle.This auto strain offers not only the strain’s captivating effects, but also the convenience of a reduced flowering period, a notable feature for growers aiming for a timely and enriching.
These plants need low humidity to thrive. Maintain relative humidity (RH) levels between 55% and 60% during the vegetative phase. Reduce relative humidity to around 40% during the flowering phase. Fat Bastard Autoflower seeds produce approximately 125-300 gr (4-10 oz/plant ) plant buds each. Indoors, these crops have a flowering time of 8 to 10 weeks and produce approximately| 400 – 600 gr/m2( 1.31 to 1.96 oz/ft2 ).
Characteristics of Fat Bastard auto
|Sex||Feminized and Automatic|
|Strain Genetics||Goldmember * Monkey Spunk * Ruderalis|
|Flowering Time||8 to 10 weeks|
|Where to Grow||Indoor, Greenhouse, Outdoor|
Euphoric,Powerfull, Relaxed, sedative
|up to 38%
|125 to 300 g / sqm
450 to 600 gr / plant.