Afghani Kush Auto is a compact plant that only grows 100 cm tall, making her highly suited to indoor or stealth cultivation. Given the modern advancements in cannabis gardening, the strain’s short life cycle of only 11 to 12 weeks won’t compromise her yields. However, she’s still vulnerable to damage, which may lead her to prioritize recovery over fruiting. If you want to keep the autoflower even shorter while also encouraging bud production, we recommend sticking to low-stress training (LST) methods like bending.
This little Indica grows bushy and is tolerant of fluctuations in humidity and temperature. Like her photoperiod sister, she boasts strong resistance to mold, mildew, and common diseases. The plant also needs minimal feeding, so provide 1/4 to 1/2 strength nutrients to avoid overfertilizing and adjust only when signs of nutrient deficiency appear.
Once the seeds of Auto Afghani Kushgerminate, it’s best to place them in their final container to prevent transplant shock. Put her under a 20/4 light schedule and use 600- to 1000-watt HPS or LED throughout the entire growth cycle. In a Sea of Green (SOG) setup, this strain’s typical indoor yield falls within the range of 300 to 400 grams per square meter. Outdoors, the harvest per plant is around 140 grams, allowing multiple collections from April to November.