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hello, is somebody ever grown this autoflo strain from sweet seeds ? i think i will try it after the kalash...so infos would be precious for me...thanks for all...

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nop i haven't try i saw her not long ago on instagram and i think it's pretty new in their line no? but anyway no i haven't tried it but it looks pretty cute ;)

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thanks for answer Dust, yes they are very pretty and growing fast...

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looks like a awesome strain I like the colouration but sometimes dislike the taste and high cause it jumps to expectations when looking like this! I would try her anyways just for the looks!!!

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I stick with the known names GHSC Sensi Royal Queen, TGA and some others for sure! But in this market `booming` you can expect everything or nothing. Try the Pure Kush from GHSC doesn´t become as red but is a stable strain to be grown sufficient and datas are available. Lol shall I put up a website in an hour for sure I´ll trick loads but do I really. Cannabis is a long term not short term crops!

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