Super Strains thought of outdoor growers in Europe when they developed Turing Autoflowering. It’s always a challenge to grow in moderate climates with lots of rain, high humidity, and not enough sun to unfold the full potential of a plant. Getting rid of mould-infected buds is one of the most heart breaking things to do in the life of any grower. With Turing Autoflowering such issues can easily be overcome. It is a strain based on extra-sturdy genetics from Afghanistan, giving these plants the hardiness they need to thrive and survive.
Although Turing Autoflowering has a life cycle of approximately 8 weeks, indoor growers may need to give some plants a few extra days, depending on the desired maturity level. It can be grown anywhere, indoors or outdoors. Guerrilla and outdoor growers will profit the most. They may expect plants that can deal with the harsh climates of northern Europe, and will reach a final height of approximately 1.5m. The size is impressive for an autoflowering variety. Harvests can be realized long before the weather changes in autumn, assuming growers plan accordingly.
The taste of Turing Autoflowering can be described as a unique blend of musky aromas. Smokers will get a long-lasting and strong stone, typical for Afghan genetics. The effect and flavours might be simpler or down-to-earth in direct comparison to some exotic sativa-dominant strains, but sometimes simplicity is the key. Especially when growing outdoors in challenging climates.
Turing Autoflowering may not convince with excessive levels of THC, or crazy mango flavours, but it treats growers to a major growing advantage in return: the power to survive in tough climatic conditions. When a strain can survive in the cold mountain regions of Afghanistan, it can be grown almost anywhere.