Big Buddha Seeds is a rather well-known brand worldwide. They are best known for their creation of the strain known as 'Cheese'. This strain has become the envy of many other seed banks who just wish they had thought of it first. The creation of Cheese gave them the confidence they needed to reach new heights in genetic individuality. They now use some of the most popular and highest quality strains available to create some really rather impressive hybrids. One of their top hybrids, which now comes in a whole bunch of different forms, is Chiesel. Can you guess what it is? That's right it’s a cross between Cheese and Diesel and they have now cross-bred this cross-breed to create some really rather stunning strains.
Their website contains a completely comprehensive and rather vast catalogue of seeds which supplies images and information on all of the strains. They also have a fun blog which keeps all of their customers up to date on new strains as well as other snippets of info like the awards they have won.
In amongst this massive seed catalogue lie quite a few auto flowering strains.
Auto flowering strains are very popular at the moment as they may be the most user-friendly seeds on the market. They require considerably less time and effort because they flower of their own volition rather than as a result of light exposure. They mature automatically with age. This not only means that they cut out the vegetative period all together but also that they have a very short life span. A short life span is very handy because they can survive most climates. They can grow in hot, cold, indoors, outdoors, greenhouses, hydroponically, you name it and they can probably handle it. They can also be kept at a very short stature, for storage purposes, without the yield of the plant being at all affected. Auto flowering strains have a whole number of fun little aspects that make them as popular as they are.
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