Dinafem HAZE AUTOMATIC female seeds
We crossed plants selected from the Roadrunner strain with a JYD Haze, with the specific idea in mind of changing the characteristic taste of all the automatics. It seems that these plants include this characteristic taste and their rapid flowering in the same genetic “pack”. The characteristic taste, somewhat “green”, like grass or textile cannabis, is something that causes some of the more demanding cultivators -who may be more accustomed to sweeter, more fruity tastes, intense and aromatic- to show disinterest for this variety. We have tried to increase the difference in taste even further, taking it from the automatic range of flavours to the non-automatic. What we have achieved is something worthy of satisfaction: apart from the flavour, the size of the plants has increased, as has its productivity and strength. The resin is more abundant, completely covering the petioles and the base of the upper leaves, the production of large glandular trichomes has also increased, both in the buds and the leafy bracts that surround them.
The result is an improved automatic with a heavier yield, covered with resin from top to toe. It grows to about 100 cm in ideal conditions and produces impressive compact buds, totally aromatic and full of flowers, and in only 80 days. It doesn’t have the effect of a sativa, because although the levels of THC have increased, the levels of CBD remain high due to the automatic genetic pack. That is a small problem compared to being able to cultivate it almost expense-free under the summer sun, and at the same time solving the problem of crop thieves!
The best season possible for cultivating these plants outdoors in continental Europe, mountain areas, or anywhere north of parallel 45º, is the last week of May in a mild year, harvesting around 1 August, or the second week of June when summer arrives late, harvesting the last week of August. In this second case, there is more risk of summer rainfalls in the second half of August, and the intensity of the sun is lower as the summer solstice passes. For this reason, it is recommendable to bring forward the sowing to the end of May, that way harvesting can be carried out when the sun is at its brightest.