Early Miss is only available in autoflower seed form. So what exactly are autoflowering cannabis plants? After a vegetative growth period of 2 to 4 weeks, autoflowering cannabis plants naturally flower. Growers do not need to worry about changing the light schedule to commence and maintain the blooming phase, as they would with feminized or regular photoperiod cannabis. Autoflowering plants require substantially less time to mature. Some varieties, such as Early Miss, are ready for harvest just seven weeks after germination. In addition, autoflowers are typically tiny or smaller, making them ideal for indoor cultivation. Autoflowers are perfect for newcomers to cannabis gardening because of their convenience. More experienced cultivators can also benefit from autoflowering cannabis’s distinct growing characteristics.
Early Miss grows into a sturdy plant with dense foliage. To reduce its bushiness, growers may perform pruning. However, you should not prune an autoflowering plant the same way you would a traditional cannabis plant. To begin with, all pruning should start early in the auto’s life cycle, or you risk stunting its growth and bud production.
Because Early Miss has Ruderalis in its genetic makeup, it is incredibly resilient and an excellent choice for outdoor cultivation. It can withstand hotter and colder climates, as well as bugs and mold. These characteristics paired with its autoflowering trait make it growable outside and harvesting all year round possible in some places that retain a temperature above 10ºC. Of course, the yields may vary depending on your location and how much light the plant gets, but in an ideal setting, it could be as much as 100 grams per plant.
Indoors, simply maintain a comfortably warm environment and provide at least 18 hours of light to get the most buds. If you’re growing a batch of multiple Early Miss plants, a Sea of Green setup can boost your yields up to 200 grams per square meter.