The Wembley Autoflower cannabis is simply the autoflowering version of the remarkable Wembley, which is the lovechild of the outstanding Bubblegum and AK47 variants. To produce this version, a ruderalis gene was added, which makes this easier to cultivate. You can expect the same buzz from the photoperiod version since the only difference is in its growing property.
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Type: Autoflower, 80% Indica
Genetics Parents: Wembley x Ruderalis
Flowering Period: Up to 10 weeks
Yield: ~550 g/m2 – indoor
THC Level: 13%
CBD Level: 1%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
The Wembley Autoflowering marijuana was able to keep its sweet profile, which stimulates the palate of the smokers.
When smoked, you will experience a mixed buzz since this is a hybrid. However, it is leaning more on the indica side to feel more on the body than on the head. Like the photoperiod version, this will let you relax while it elevates your mood. You might also experience a surge in your energy without feeling jittery due to its calming high. Because of this, the Wembley Autoflowering variant is excellent for evening smoke.
Since the effects of the Wembley Autoflowering strain are not far from the photoperiod version, you can bet that this will help in alleviating minor physical pains. With its ability to boost smokers’ mood, it can also be used against anxiety and depression. Also, its ability to calm the users can feel sedating, so it can also be great against insomnia.
The most common side effects when smoking the Wembley Autoflowering are cottonmouth and dry eyes, which will ultimately make you feel
super thirsty and leave you with an itchy eye. The good thing about these discomforts is that they can be controlled effortlessly. By staying hydrated, you will start to feel better.
For a flowering plant, the Wembley Autoflowering version grows quite tall, reaching up to 1 meter. This also takes quite a long time to flower, compared to the other autoflowering plants, as it takes about ten weeks to finish its flowering yield.
When put under 600W indoor lights, this can produce a satisfying yield of up to 550 grams of buds per square meter. When it is grown outdoors, you will be able to get the maximum crop when it is cultivated in a 20-litre pot.