Auto Brooklyn Sunrise combines fast growth, compact structure, and heavy yields of high-quality buds. The strain’s flowers are hard and dense, with resin production suited for making extracts and concentrates. Even nicer, the harvest remains of good weight, even after getting dried and cured. Both beginners and experts can achieve decent yields from this auto.
As mentioned, Auto Brooklyn Sunrise is one of the fastest-growing autos in the Dutch Passion catalog. She remains compact, typically reaching between 50 and 75 cm tall, but some may grow up to 100 cm. The plant develops heavily packed apical cola surrounded by smaller but equally loaded lateral blooms. This medium size, Christmas tree-looking plant needs a maximum of 11 weeks to finish flowering but can be ready in as fast as 9 weeks if grown under ideal conditions. However, for best results, it’s best to wait until at least day 70 to allow the buds to continue producing more resin.
Auto Brooklyn Sunrise is not a heavy feeder, so take it easy on the nutrients. Overfeeding is one of the most common mistakes beginners make when growing this strain and other autoflowers. To avoid nute burn, we suggest giving half of the manufacturer’s recommended dose and adjusting if the plant shows any sign of nutrient deficiency.
Cultivating Auto Brooklyn Sunrise indoors does not require strict light schedules or any growing techniques to achieve decent results. As long as grown under the right conditions, the strain can yield around 400 to 500grams per square meter. She can be raised without training, but employing the Sea of Green (SOG) method can help increase bud production. Because of her tolerant and forgiving nature, the cannabis variant is suitable for using yield-enhancing techniques like Low-Stress Training (LST), topping, fimming, and super cropping.
Outdoors, Auto Brooklyn Sunrise provides 25 to 100 grams per plant. She needs a good aerated soil and temperate climates to thrive, but can handle the colder weather of northern Europe. We recommend growing the strain indoors under a 24-hour light schedule for the first two weeks after germination. Starting the lady in her final pot (1-liter or larger) is also recommended to prevent transplantation shock.