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Here you have some of the autoflowering cannabis seeds found in our amazing collection:

Autoflowering Seeds

Buy autoflowering cannabis seeds Humboldt Seed Organization and enjoy the automatic version of your favorite Californian genetics. The long research and development process carried out by our technical team hasn’t been in vain. On the contrary, thanks to them we can now present a groundbreaking product that not only preserves the essence of original genetics, but it also allows breeders of all levels to obtain quality crops regardless of the weather conditions. See more >

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Autoflowering Seeds

A gorgeous garden, in any climate, with 0 difficulty

With Humboldt Seed Organization it is highly easy to grow top-notch cannabis in any corner of the world.

How is it possible?

  • Because the autoflowering cannabis seeds we have created are capable of growing and yielding extraordinary buds in any environment, even in extremely cold climates where sunlight is scarce.
  • Because the short life cycle of these plants makes them less likely to be affected by fungus and pests, which appear if the growth stage is longer than usual in cold, rainy and humid climates.
  • Because their ability to flower automatically, regardless of the photoperiod, is a miraculous phenomenon that saves breeders a lot of time and effort, both indoors and outdoors.
  • Because, in a remarkably short time, they produce beautiful buds with the same quality as the other seeds in our catalogue.

All these Ruderalis-derived advantages are the reason why everyone wants to buy autoflowering cannabis seeds by Humboldt Seed Organization, no matter where they live. If you are not familiar with this kind of seeds, have a look at this extraordinary article on cannabis cultivation.

Autoflowering cannabis seeds: great masterpieces

In short, automatic seeds are said to be true survivors. No more, no less. As simple as that. This type of seeds come from Russia and Siberia, where, in order to survive, they were forced to fight hard and flower as quickly as they could. That’s how this powerful genetics was born.

For all the aforementioned reasons, Humboldt Seed Organization couldn’t do without a collection of Ruderalis-derived seeds, a catalogue that has brought some joy into the lives of people who thought it would be impossible for them to grow such high-quality seeds. Now everyone in the world can have access to the best autoflowering marijuana seeds.

An explosion of sensations

Humboldt Seed Organization autoflowering cannabis seeds’ success is down to the endless benefits of Ruderalis genetics (rapidity, automatic flowering, endurance) as well as to the large amount of time invested trying to keep the unforgettable flavors, aromas and effects of the 60’s legendary Californian genetics intact.

Here you have some of the autoflowering cannabis seeds found in our amazing collection:

  • OG Kush Auto. An outstanding automatic version of OG Kush; relaxing Indica-like effect and incredibly tropical flavor.
  • Dr Greenthumb’s Dedoverde Haze Auto. A state-of-the-art and innovative autoflowering Sativa that delivers highly resinous buds if provided with a bit of care. Haze-like and citric organoleptic properties, and an effect that is both euphoria-producing and soothing.
  • Bubba Kush Auto. The auto version of one of the most popular Indica strains. Many people worship its soothing and relaxing virtues, as well as its earthy, fruity and citric flavor and aroma.
  • Lemon Juice Express Auto. A delicious Indica with strong Haze traits. The lemony scent it showcases is so intense that you will feel as if you were eating a lemon-flavored candy.
  • Blue Dream Auto. The autoflowering version of this Californian jewel is sure to be a delight: beautiful colorful plants with tasty notes of citrus, wood and Haze, as well as a potent effect that opens up your mind.
  • Sour Diesel Auto. This automatic version of Sour Diesel preserves all its potential and yields succulent buds that smell of citrus and wood, and taste of petrol. Its effect is both balanced and potent.
  • UK Cheese Auto. The so-coveted Cheese traits are found in this automatic strain: intense and astonishing aroma, good yield and relaxing, potent and balanced effect.

If you decide to give them a try and to buy autoflowering cannabis seeds on our site, a whole new world of possibilities will open up for you.

Humboldt County, located in Northern California, has been the setting for many impactful and historical changes in a short amount of time. Due to its dramatic geographical features, including 300 miles of rugged undeveloped coastline, six rivers, two mountain ranges, some of the only remaining old growth coastal redwood forests as well as countless other species of wildlife. The region of Humbo.

About Humboldt Seeds

Humboldt County, located in Northern California, has been the setting for many impactful and historical changes in a short amount of time. Due to its dramatic geographical features, including 300 miles of rugged undeveloped coastline, six rivers, two mountain ranges, some of the only remaining old growth coastal redwood forests as well as countless other species of wildlife. The region of Humbo.

Humboldt County, located in Northern California, has been the setting for many impactful and historical changes in a short amount of time. Due to its dramatic geographical features, including 300 miles of rugged undeveloped coastline, six rivers, two mountain ranges, some of the only remaining old growth coastal redwood forests as well as countless other species of wildlife. The region of Humboldt County has always been treasured for its raw and natural resources.

Until the mid-to-late 1800’s, diverse and multicultural Native American societies flourished in high populations along the Pacific Northwest, descending from ancient ancestral arrivals more than 15,000 years ago. The Wiyot, Yurok, Hupa, Karok, Chilula, Whilkut, and the southern Athabascans, including the Mattole and Nongatl, were among the complex native communities living amongst the ancient virgin forests and untouched interior mountains. Spanish colonialists discovered the North Coast Of Humboldt, arriving into Trinidad Bay in 1775, with the first men touching down on land just south into Humboldt Bay in 1806. Humboldt County’s future would be marked economically, as an epicenter for an immense natural resource extraction.

Once European settlements began to establish themselves in the native territories, the era of gold mining would usher in the eminent destruction of the virgin forests. The population in San Francisco rose from 2,000 in 1849 to 59,000 in 1855, creating an incredible new demand for timber. From residential to commercial use in and beyond the city, a booming industry was born as many immigrant populations, including Portuguese, Croatian, Chinese as well as other European and Scandinavian nations, came to partake in the economic opportunities.

The Homestead Act of 1862 and Timber and Stone Act of 1878 solidified the downfall of the untouched northern region. The United States Congress agreed to sell land “unfit for farming” (much of it occupied by native populations) at the staggering price of $2.50 an acre, to be used for timber and mining production. The act was set to limit land purchases to only 160 acres but the large timber companies circumvented the law by using individuals to act as buyers for a small fee. Then, consolidating these land titles into their possession, they eventually occupied huge shares of land.

Later, laws would be completely amended to accommodate 20,000 acre parcels to be controlled by timber companies as well. Over just a 30-year period, the timber industry grew from a handful of companies and mills to more than 400+ across the PNW.

The old-growth coastal redwoods and ancient forests of the region became the center of major controversy after the turn of the 20 th century. As the knowledge of their existence spread across the United States, three conservationists were sent by President Theodore Roosevelt to investigate the region. Humbled and awed by what they had encountered, these three men would eventually establish the first non-profit organization to counter the devastation that was taking place via the “Save the Redwoods League” in 1918, which still exists today.

Fisheries were built at the basins of rivers, harvesting millions of wild salmon, furthering the impact on the area. This sudden upset in the balance between nature and humanity would be repeated continuously over the next century and a half, forever changing the landscape of the region. This ignited a long and enduring environmental struggle to save and preserve the remaining ancient giants known only to Northern California. (40% of the remaining virgin redwoods are in Humboldt County.

In the coming decades, the rise of homesteaders, travelers, environmentalists, conservationists and the cannabis movement would eventually occupy and inhabit the region. This would alter the political landscape and community dynamic, making Humboldt County one of the most socially-liberal, environmentally-conscious and protected areas worldwide.

The struggles today still revolve around re-establishing and protecting these endangered species as less than 3% of the virgin coastal redwoods still remain, along with countless other species unique only to the Humboldt region. Repairing our watersheds, springs, creeks and rivers, which feed our oceans, lands and forests as well as restoring wild salmon populations, we can hopefully return and preserve these treasures for future generations we may never meet. These are now the priorities.

The battles between environmental groups and timber companies ensued quite heavily through the turn of the 21 st century. This assisted in creating many non-profit organizations designed to stand up and fight against the few big money interests of the area. Over the course of the last 50 years, the people of Humboldt County have endured many environmental changes, as now the struggle continues in the form of cannabis farms.

With over 4,500 active outdoor gardens and a rich history of indoor cultivation, Humboldt County has become the epicenter of one of the most cutting-edge and controversial groups of cannabis cultivators on the planet. This unique consensus, collectively, has been pushing the boundaries of natural and organic forms of cultivation, creating some of the best medical cannabis strains in California for more than 40 years.

The next chapters to be told in Humboldt County are now in the hands of the cannabis community. Through good land stewardship practices, Humboldt County can and will emerge as a transformative and exemplary eco-conscious community, built on strong environmental values and business ethics.