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Auto Northern Lights Seeds

4.71 out of 5
(35 customer reviews)

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The Auto Northern Lights also called Northern Lights Auto is an Indica dominant strain – about 80% indica and 20%  Ruderali

Medium yield.

Flowering in 6 – 8 weeks.

Feminized seeds.

Easy to grow – indoors and outdoors.

THC Content: Medium THC 15-20%
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Flowering Time:
6 - 8 Weeks,

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Description

Auto Northern Lights is a unique and loved marijuana seed, which arose as the result of crossing Indica marijuana strains from Thailand and Afghanistan.

Auto Northern Lights has a very fast growing time and can be harvested in only six weeks from germination.

Its great aromatic smell and highly relaxing effect make it an excellent choice for indoor marijuana growers, who are looking for something quick to harvest.

 

Flavors of the Auto Northern Lights

The Auto Northern Lights has a Citrus, Earthy, Fruity, and Pine flavor.

Effects of the Northern Lights Autoflowering weed

Northern Lights Autowering marijuana gives a powerful and long high lasting several hours.

It helps relax and ease the mind.

Northern Lights Autoflower Grow Guide

The Northern Lights Autoflower does well indoors, outdoors, and in greenhouses.

It flowers in 6 – 8 weeks and is ready for harvest in 10 – 14 weeks.

When grown outdoors, Auto Nothern Lights does well in the long warm weather of summer.

For consistent and better yield, grow in a controlled indoor environment.

Plants can grow to a height of 1m long.

Expect a yield of up to 500grams per square meter.

Additional information

Strain Type

Indica

Yield

High

CBD

Low CBD 0-1%

Seed Gender

Feminized

Flowering Time

6 – 8 Weeks

Climate

Temperate

Grower Experience

Beginner, Experienced, Intermediate

Flowering Type

Autoflower

Grows

Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors

Potency

Strong 🔥🔥

Indica/Sativa Ratio

Indica-Dominant

THC

Medium THC 15-20%

35 reviews for Auto Northern Lights Seeds

Customer Images

Image #1 from Jacob Duvall
Image #2 from Jacob Duvall
Image #3 from Warren C.
Image #4 from Anonymous
Image #5 from Anonymous
Image #1 from Jacob Duvall
5 out of 5

Jacob Duvall

Ordered a week and a half ago, got them like 4 days later, started germinating 2 seeds as soon as I got them because I heard they sometimes don’t germinate .( first time grower in ohio), only 3 days later (tried 2 methods ). I put the one it the towel there the day after I planted the one in my hydroponic system.

Image #2 from Jacob Duvall
5 out of 5

Jacob Duvall

Ordered a week and a half ago, got them like 4 days later, started germinating 2 seeds as soon as I got them because I heard they sometimes don’t germinate .( first time grower in ohio), only 3 days later (tried 2 methods ). I put the one it the towel there the day after I planted the one in my hydroponic system.

Image #3 from Warren C.
5 out of 5

Warren C.

Nice plant

Image #4 from Anonymous
5 out of 5

Anonymous

Looks good

Image #5 from Anonymous
5 out of 5

Anonymous

Looks good

Image #6 from Pat - First Time Grower
5 out of 5

Pat - First Time Grower

First time grower Great experience with The Seed Connect, got seeds very quickly after ordering and haven't had issues with germination yet. Since I can really only grow three at a time I haven't been able to experiment with all my seeds. What I'm showing in the pic are the two auto northern light plants. This is the first time I've been growing and it has been relatively easy. I'm using the masterblend hydroponics standard mix with 18/6 sun/dark. The plants look leggy, I'm used to seeing pictures of much more dense plants. Was this because I pinched them shortly before the stretching period? Or could this be because my fan is too small or light levels not high enough? If you have any input that would be appreciated. The bigggest buds so far are about 1-1.5 inches with the rest being a bit smaller. Is that typical? I'm planning on harvesting in about a week, I was hoping to see a few amber trichomes but haven't seen any yet

Image #7 from Pat - First Time Grower
5 out of 5

Pat - First Time Grower

First time grower Great experience with The Seed Connect, got seeds very quickly after ordering and haven't had issues with germination yet. Since I can really only grow three at a time I haven't been able to experiment with all my seeds. What I'm showing in the pic are the two auto northern light plants. This is the first time I've been growing and it has been relatively easy. I'm using the masterblend hydroponics standard mix with 18/6 sun/dark. The plants look leggy, I'm used to seeing pictures of much more dense plants. Was this because I pinched them shortly before the stretching period? Or could this be because my fan is too small or light levels not high enough? If you have any input that would be appreciated. The bigggest buds so far are about 1-1.5 inches with the rest being a bit smaller. Is that typical? I'm planning on harvesting in about a week, I was hoping to see a few amber trichomes but haven't seen any yet

Image #8 from Pat - First Time Grower
5 out of 5

Pat - First Time Grower

First time grower Great experience with The Seed Connect, got seeds very quickly after ordering and haven't had issues with germination yet. Since I can really only grow three at a time I haven't been able to experiment with all my seeds. What I'm showing in the pic are the two auto northern light plants. This is the first time I've been growing and it has been relatively easy. I'm using the masterblend hydroponics standard mix with 18/6 sun/dark. The plants look leggy, I'm used to seeing pictures of much more dense plants. Was this because I pinched them shortly before the stretching period? Or could this be because my fan is too small or light levels not high enough? If you have any input that would be appreciated. The bigggest buds so far are about 1-1.5 inches with the rest being a bit smaller. Is that typical? I'm planning on harvesting in about a week, I was hoping to see a few amber trichomes but haven't seen any yet

Image #9 from wayne misheski
4 out of 5

wayne misheski

Here Northern lights Auto at 6 weeks

Image #10 from Lonnie
5 out of 5

Lonnie

Northern Lights auto Good hardy plants, mine have been in the ground for 35 days and have been flowering for 14 days ( see pics) I have them growing with photos 18/6

Image #11 from Lonnie
5 out of 5

Lonnie

Northern Lights auto Good hardy plants, mine have been in the ground for 35 days and have been flowering for 14 days ( see pics) I have them growing with photos 18/6

Image #12 from Lonnie
5 out of 5

Lonnie

Northern Lights auto Good hardy plants, mine have been in the ground for 35 days and have been flowering for 14 days ( see pics) I have them growing with photos 18/6

Image #1 from Jacob Duvall
Image #2 from Jacob Duvall
Image #3 from Warren C.
Image #4 from Anonymous
Image #5 from Anonymous
Image #6 from Pat - First Time Grower
Image #7 from Pat - First Time Grower
Image #8 from Pat - First Time Grower
Image #9 from wayne misheski
Image #10 from Lonnie
Image #11 from Lonnie
Image #12 from Lonnie
4.7 Rating
1-5 of 35 reviews
  1. Ordered a week and a half ago, got them like 4 days later, started germinating 2 seeds as soon as I got them because I heard they sometimes don’t germinate .( first time grower in ohio), only 3 days later (tried 2 methods ). I put the one it the towel there the day after I planted the one in my hydroponic system.

    Image #1 from Jacob Duvall
    Image #2 from Jacob Duvall
  2. Nice plant

    Image #1 from Warren C.
  3. I had two that didn’t pop up but I’m sure on my next order they will make it up..

    • Hi Jacob! We appreciate your kind words about our staff and products. We’re sorry to hear that two of your seeds didn’t germinate, but we’re happy to inform you that we’ll be sending replacements for those seeds immediately. You can expect their arrival within 2-7 business days. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please feel free to reach out. Happy gardening! 🌱🌼

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