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Title : Starter Kit
Comment : Really easy to work with.

Starter Kit Autoflowering

EASY START POTS WITH BACTO PACKETS PROVIDE A GREAT GROWING MEDIUM WITH PLENTY OF MICROBIAL ACTIVITY

Royal Queen Seeds Starter Kit Autoflowering is here to make the process of starting your cannabis plants’ lives that much easier. The inclusion of Propagator Pro (complete with perlite and LED lighting), Easy Start pots, and Bacto packets (healthy bacteria mix) ensure the perfect environment for germination. And of course, the kit comes with three seeds of the ever-popular White Widow Automatic.

10 STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL GERMINATION WITH THE STARTER KIT

  1. Remove seeds from the packaging. Don’t push the seeds through from the back as that could damage them. Instead, gently remove the seal from the blister pack and place them in a small bowl for later use.
  2. Remove the Easy Start kit from its package. Be sure to get the bag of Bacto from below the sticker.
  3. Measure a liter of lukewarm water into a plastic container. About 25°C or 77°F is right—it should feel just slightly cool against your wrist.
  4. Add the Bacto to the water and let it dissolve; gently stir. This will activate the microbes that are essential for germination.
  5. Add a layer of perlite to the base of the propagator.
  6. Place the Easy Start pots into the water; leave for 5–10 seconds.
  7. Put the pots into the propagator on top of the perlite, allowing some of the water from the pots to moisten the perlite a little. Be careful—you want it to be a little moist, but not soaking wet. Waterlogging can cause seedlings to rot.
  8. Enlarge the holes in the pots to about 5–10 millimeters deep. A screwdriver is the best tool for this. You can make it especially easy by using a piece of tape to mark the correct depth on the screwdriver and then just poking it into the pot until it hits that marker.
  9. Place each seed into a separate hole. It doesn’t matter which end is up, but poke them down into the bottom of the hole so they can root effectively. Cover lightly with soil.
  10. Put the lid on the propagator.

From this point on, it will take 1–6 days for the seedlings to germinate. Whatever you do, don’t open the lid! You’ll disrupt the humidity and heat levels that the seedlings need to grow well.

Title : Great product
Comment : This helped germinate my seeds quickly, within 4 days one seedlings had reached 5cm in height and I had to transfer it over to another pot where it’s been doing great as an indoor grow, by day 6 it already began developing its pine like scent and right now it’s producing the second set of leaves. This kit helped me as a first time grower, I’ve never been good at gardening and I’m impatient but all the info in this kit has helped me keep a plant alive for longer than a week. RQS is definitely a brand I’ll be purchasing from again in future and I can’t wait for the end results of this grow, I tried to germinate two other seeds using different methods, one died after my cat had a chew on it and the other one had some sort of genetic anomaly. I placed a different plant seed in this propagator and it grew quickly and has become very strong already, I’ll be using this for any other plants I try to grow as it seems to help them germinate much better than damp towels or being directly in the soil

Title : Starter Kit auto
Comment : This is awesome! The perfect Starter Kit! Thanks! 🙂

Title : OG
Comment : Parfait , ça marche du tonnerre

Title : Great little starter kit
Comment : What a wonderful, easy way to start growing!

Title : Bra start
Comment : Smidigt och bra kit för en nybörjare. Mycket nöjd! Rekommenderas.

Title : Super produit
Comment : Marche parfaitement et je vous recommande à mes ami(e)s maintenant plus cas attendre que ça pousse et hâte de la goûter.

Title : Starter Kit
Comment : Great little starter kit for seeds.

Title : Easy
Comment : Best way to start seeds,fab product,all seeds germinated grew very well???

Title : Very helpfull item
Comment : It’s been a week since I germinated seeds in Starter Kit, so here are few words. 1. It’s easy to assemble and small enough to find box or pot large enough to make a very dark place for it. 2. There’s no information that user can split Bacto for few uses, especially that we can’t buy new one separately on RQS It’s powder, like dried yeast, so it’s easy to make into portions and use how many times you need (for example 1/4 of pack with 250 ml of water for 5 pots). I did it and everything worked. 3. Clips about how to use Kit implies more perlite than we really get and it’s confusing, if it’d be enough. For 4 pots it is (pour 4 teaspoons of clean water on it) and can be reused after drying. As for germinating process, I think soil in pots is to pound. 2 sprouts came out after two days but ended up weird. 1st after 5 days had around 10 cm, as it couldn’t loose seed shell and was reaching our for light. 2nd made round leaves directly from seed right above soil and sprout was growing into air along with its root (seed was at least 5mm in soil). 3rd White Widow seed and free Royal Cheese came out on 4th day and have textbook look. Those two first are gowning in big pots now but due to sprouting issues are behind those who came later. During next germinating I’ll scarify soil and see if it helps all seeds to make healthy sprouts. Generally, Stater Kit is very helpful and I’ll use it more for sure. All seeds sprouted so it’s a plus too. Those few issues aren’t big enough to not to recommend getting the product. So, if you want to make germinating easier, this product is worth considering. Cheers!

Title : Tout simplement magique
Comment : Le kit est super efficace. Impossible de rater la germination des graines avec. Attention, les graines poussent très vite. Au bout de 4 jours certaines touchaient déjà les leds. Je sais que l’on peut faire sans, mais franchement, pour le prix, je ne me vois plus m’en passer.

Title : Absolute MUST for starters
Comment : Put the batteries in, follow the instructions, seeds in and done. Wait 2 to 3 days and you have a ton of plants to worry about 🙂 Only recommendation i can remember is that since you are not using the paper towel method some might be born sideways or upside down so check after 2 days and fix them to avoid losing a seed. in 15 only one of mine was born that way and i saved her because i checked on time.

Title : Starter Kit
Comment : Really easy to work with.

Title : Super Set für Anfänger
Comment : Das Set ist schnell aufgebaut und sehr praktisch. Von 8 Samen sind 7 gekeimt. Nicht gekeimt ist das Töpfchen in der Ecke, das dadurch bedingt auch weniger Licht bekommen hat. Werde beim nächsten Mal die Samen in der Mitte verteilen. Ändert aber nichts an der hervorragenden Qualität des Sets. Vielen Dank!

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good evening! the difference between autoflowering and feminized beyond the seeds? have the same equipment (lamp and all the other provided by autoflowering) ??

The only difference is that the Autoflowering comes with Autoflowering Seeds while the Feminized comes with Feminized seeds.

Brauche ich immer , bei jeder neuen Ansetzung einen neuen Starterkit ?MfG Rudi

You can get a starter kit and then get a new Easy Start for the new harvest. You can check it out in this link: https://www.royalqueenseeds.com/growing/162-easy-start.html

Il y a t il assez de graine pour chaque pot easy start?

No, we add a three seeds pack of White Widow on the Starters Kit Autoflowering.

Au moment de passer la “plante” du Starter Kit a son pot définitif, peut on la transplanter avec le petit pot du kit ?

No, you need to take out or the plastic will limit the growth of the root and it could end up killing it.

After the plantvis 2-3cm can it be moved to gow outside or need some time to grow in a bigger pot, then moved outside ?

That would be enough to transplant it.

Salve ma la luce del kit quanto tempo la devo tenere accesa ??

You can keep the lights on until the seedling comes out of the soil 2 or 3 cms.

Hello, i not find howlang the light must on with the starter kit.

The light should be on all the time, since the seeds are put in the soil.

Hey, can you suggest some article about transplanting herb? Which is the safest way to not damage roots of plant and how transplanting should be done?

Hi ! I was just wondering if you guys had some tips about how to put the seed germinator into a pot full of soil once germination has started. Any advice about the pot size I should use for the White Widow Auto ? Thanks in advance

No need to remove the soil stocked around the young plants, in fact, avoid doing so as this risks damaging the delicate roots. Just pop the whole thing into whatever grow medium you’re using soil, hydro or clay pebbles. Please refer to the following article about pot size: https://www.royalqueenseeds.com/blog-types-of-containers-for-growing-weed-n445

When do the vents on incubator need to be opened? Also if seedlings hatch quicker,can you remove from incubator and re-seal? Many thanks

This holes should be closed during the germination, and open them once the plant starts to come out. Once they have grown two or three cms out of the ground it is time to transplant they all should be out after 72 hours so it is not necessary to take them out separately.

How many degrees need to be inside the kit?

Please note that with this product you do not need to keep a specific temperature, just make sure you keep it in a dark and fresh place. The starter kit keeps the humidity necessary for the germination process.

Bonjour, pourrais je savoir quel type de lampe sont fournies avec le kit ? Peut on s’en servir jusqu’à 2/3 semaine de croissance ?

Please note that the purpose of this kit is germination only. Once they have grown two or three cms out of the ground it is time to transplant them.

con questo kit posso far germogliare autofiorenti e femminilizzatti assieme nello stesso momento o è un problema?

The kit can be use with all the seeds.

Vorrei sapere le misure del kit, grazie!

Once it is set up, the starter kit measures are 12 x 10 x 13 cm

Come devo tenere le manopole sopra al germinatore? Aperte, chiuse, a metà?

Please note that this holes should be closed during the germination, and open them once the plant starts to come out.

Le kit peut-il s utiliser plusieurs fois?

Absolutely, also bear in mind that we sell the Easy Start separately so there is no need to buy the whole kit every time.

Hallo Zusammen, ist bei der Bestellung dieses Starter Sets eine einigermaßen detailierte Anleitung zum Umgang mit den einzelnen Komponenten ? Vielen Dank im vorraus

There is a tutorial video in the product page with very detailed instructions on how to use the Kit.

Do I leave the light on the whole time and how long should I wait till I have to replant it

Yes, you can leave the light on during germination. It would lead the seedling to come out. Once they have grown two or three cms out of the ground it is time to transplant them.

Is it possible to buy the kit with 3 other kinds of seeds instead of white widow (AK automatic or Norther Light ?)

All the packs come already made it is not possible to change them.

posso utilizzare i cubi di lana di roccia (rockwool) al posto dei vasetti inclusi?

You do not need to add the rockwool, the Starter Kit components are enough to germinate.

The best way to ensure your autoflowering seeds are getting the nutrients they need in the early phases of development is to invest in a high quality organic potting mix. Once they move into the vegetative stage, you may need to supplement with a nitrogen-heavy fertilizer. Often gardeners recommend feeding autoflowering seeds in this phase N-P-K mixtures between 10-5-5 or as high as 20-10-10.

Autoflowering Seeds

Compared to regular marijuana seeds the plants produced from the series of autoflowering cannabis seeds are able to skip the slow blooming cycle and begin this phase within a timeframe of four to six weeks after germination; irrespective of the quality of light received.

Once a further four to six weeks is passed, these plants are again ready for producing a fresh harvest. A quick growth cycle means it is possible to enjoy a quality harvest three to five times per season. It is suggested that the harvest starts once a significant portion (up to 75%) of the white hairs begin to change brown/orange and at a stage of the trichomes reaching the desired colour. An autoflower cannabis plant is likely to exist in a variety of different species, each of these offering its distinct flavour and characteristics.

A quality section of seeds includes the Super Skunk, White Widow, Big Bud, and Lowryder. A delicious outcome is certain to be experienced with each of these mentioned strains. A germinated plant can be replanted in a large pot which is likely to remain home for the harvest, a large sized pot is certain to help with providing the more desirable yield. Our autoflowers come as the feminized seeds and perfect for the growers with limited space or less experience.

All our Autoflowering seeds are feminized.

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Speed Weed: The Pros and Cons Of Autoflowering Seeds

Let’s be frank: people in the 21st century have no patience . Whenever we want something (especially cannabis!), we want it right now. Many home growers don’t want to invest the time it takes to grow an average indica or sativa strain of cannabis. Yeah, yeah, it’s probably true that “enduring patience is the highest austerity,” but there’s nothing wrong with wanting to speed the weed process. Luckily for impatient cultivators, there is an easy way to cut your total growing time down to about ten weeks: invest in autoflowering seeds.

What are Autoflowering Seeds

As the name suggests, autoflowering seeds flower automatically (duh). That means these plants go through a rapid vegetative stage before moving into the flowering phase. Besides their speed, many growers are attracted to autoflowering seeds because they don’t require set amounts of light/darkness and they produce short plants that are easy to hide.

In nature, light cycles are an extremely important part of plant growth. Vegetation usually happens when days are longer. Cannabis plants have evolved to grow and flower in sync with the passage of the seasons. If you are growing outdoors, your cannabis seeds must be sown around early summer in order to be ready around the autumn (when days get shorter).

Indoors, those conditions must be simulated manually by adjusting the light intake of your plants. That’s why many growers keep their crops in an 18/6 light cycle (18 hours of light followed by 6 hours of darkness) during vegetation. When it is time for flowering, the grower must switch to a 12/12 regime. The plant will sense the change and will begin developing buds. Unless of course, it is an autoflowering strain, in which case it will flower regardless of light intake.

Just because autoflowering seeds are quick and easy to grow, however, doesn’t mean they are perfect. There are a few major cons to consider when using these seeds. If you’re still on the fence about giving these seeds a go, then take a few minutes to read through this piece. Below, we’ll go over everything you need to know about the benefits and drawbacks of autoflowering seeds.

Ruderalis Rules: Explaining Autoflowering Seeds

Anyone interested in marijuana most likely knows about the two major strains called indica and sativa. There is, however, another significant cannabis strain called ruderalis that’s essential for autoflowering seeds. Although there’s still some debate in the scientific community, most believe ruderalis is a variant of the indica strain that developed in northern countries with little sunlight, especially Russia.

Because ruderalis plants were exposed to less heat or sunlight than cannabis strains in tropical climates, they were forced to adapt to their environment. Rather than relying on changes in light (aka photoperiods), ruderalis plants grow to maturity during a pre-set cycle. This means ruderalis cannabis has a far more reliable growing period (about two months) compared with indica or sativa strains.

Once botanists discovered the ruderalis strain, they immediately began scheming ways to create hybrid weed that would mature quickly and offer a high yield. So, these researchers set out crossbreeding ruderalis plants with the other major cannabis varieties and, voilà, we now have autoflowering seeds.

In case you were wondering, ruderalis plants aren’t usually cultivated on their own because they are so small and produce virtually no cannabinoids. Typically these plants only grow to a max height of about 2.5 feet.

Pros Of Autoflowering Seeds

They Are Fast Growers

The main draw for autoflowering seeds is their rapid growth cycle. Once these seeds get going, they move from the vegetative to the flowering phases in a matter of weeks. If you get a high-quality autoflowering strain, then you might be able to harvest your plant within about nine weeks after planting your seeds.

Since these plants flower quickly regardless of light schedules, they also tend to be more forgiving than traditional sativa and indica strains. This makes autoflowering seeds ideal for new home growers who don’t know the intricacies of the cannabis plant’s light cycles.

Don’t Fear The Light

It’s worth highlighting the pro that autoflowering seeds take away the stress of monitoring your plant’s light cycle every day. You could literally give this plant about 16 hours of light every day, and it will reach maturity with no issues.

Of course, since autoflowering seeds aren’t reliant on light, that also means you could plant these seeds any time within the standard growing season and get a good result. So, if you want to make a quick batch of cannabis late in the season, consider going with an autoflowering strain.

Avoiding Nosy Neighbors

Got pesky neighbors? Need a way to keep your weed growing on the down low? If so, then autoflowering seeds are exactly what you need.

Thanks to the ruderalis genes, autoflowering-derived cannabis only grows to a height of between 1 – 2 feet on average. This is a far cry from Sativa plants that can reach as high as 20 feet once they’re ready to harvest. Yeah, just try hiding those bad boys in your outdoor garden!

In addition to being easier to hide, shorter autoflowering plants are fantastic for growers who don’t have a great deal of room to work with. If space is a premium in your growing area, then consider giving autoflowering strains a try.

Cons Of Autoflowering Seeds

Lower Yields & Weaker Highs

One of the biggest bummers with using autoflowering seeds is that they don’t yield as much as other cannabis seeds. No matter how much light you give your plants or how well you train them in the vegetative stages, they won’t produce as much as a standard cannabis plant.

Not only will you get less cannabis in terms of quantity, but autoflowering seeds also produce cannabis that’s of inferior quality to most other strains. People who are striving for the maximum cannabinoid content will most likely be disappointed with the result of these autoflowering seeds.

Fear The Lighting Bills

To squeeze the most yield out of their autoflowering seeds, many home growers give their cannabis plant the maximum amount of light possible every day. Obviously, this strategy will add a not-so-pleasant increase in your energy costs.

Cannabis cultivators recommend growing autoflowering seeds outside to take advantage of the natural sunlight. If, however, this isn’t a possibility in your region, be prepared to pay extra on your electricity bill.

Tips For Growing Autoflowering Seeds

As you could see from the info above, autoflowering seeds don’t require as much maintenance as other cannabis strains. This is great news for beginners who don’t understand nuanced issues like light cycles and nutrient distribution.

That doesn’t mean, however, you can just throw your autoflowering seeds in the soil and hope they’ll grow as you watch re-runs of Bong Appétit . Indeed, since these plants flower so quickly, you need to be on top of your autoflowering seeds.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when growing your first batch of autoflowering seeds.

Average Nutrients For Autoflowering Plants

The best way to ensure your autoflowering seeds are getting the nutrients they need in the early phases of development is to invest in a high quality organic potting mix. Once they move into the vegetative stage, you may need to supplement with a nitrogen-heavy fertilizer. Often gardeners recommend feeding autoflowering seeds in this phase N-P-K mixtures between 10-5-5 or as high as 20-10-10.

As the autoflowering plant switches into a flowering mode, it’s time to ramp up the phosphorous count. Look for a fertilizer that contains a healthy N-P-K ratio like 5-10-10 up to 10-20-20.

While nutrients are essential for healthy growth, please don’t go overboard. It’s far easier to oversaturate your autoflowering seeds with nutrients than for them to be nutrient deficient. Only add nutrients at a snail’s pace and ramp up if you see warning signs of nutrient deficiencies like drooping leaves.

Learn Training Techniques

To get a higher yield out of your autoflowering seeds, it’s a good idea to look into a few low-intensity training techniques. For instance, you could pull your plant to the side to help create more vertical growth. Not only will this increase your plant’s yield, but it will also give you good practice in training techniques that will serve you well once you move on to sativa or indica strains.

Please keep in mind that you should only use these training methods during the vegetative stage. This phase usually only lasts about two weeks in autoflowering plants, which means you need to start training right away for the best benefit.

Watch Out For Winter Weather

Yes, ruderalis is one of the most forgiving cannabis strains because it has experience with colder environments than other cannabis varieties. This doesn’t mean, however, that you can put your autoflowering seeds out in bone-chilling winter temps and expect them to survive.

Use common sense if you’re growing your autoflowering seeds late in the season. If it’s going to be cold outside, then cover your plant with a blanket or bring it inside for warmth.

Are Autoflowering Seeds Right For You?

So, are autoflowering seeds right for your needs? As noted above, autoflowering seeds are particularly suitable for new growers, but anyone searching for a stealthy, fast-growing (albeit lower yielding) cannabis strain will most likely enjoy using autoflowering seeds. As with other seed varieties, it’s best to give your autoflowering seeds a close inspection before purchasing them. Healthy seeds should feel firm when you squeeze them and have a darker color like brown. Whatever seed variety you’re buying, avoid immature seeds that are green and squishy.