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The Juicy Lucy is one of the latest autoflowering creations from Auto seeds.

Juicy Lucy (Auto Seeds) feminized

Here we have a classic redefined. The Juicy Lucy will quite literally give you the shakes (in excitement of course). Juicy Lucy can be harvested after 70-75 days days after planting the seeds.

Juicy Lucy (Auto Seeds) feminized

Auto Seeds – Juicy Lucy

The Juicy Lucy is one of the latest autoflowering creations from Auto seeds.

This is a super strong strain will appeal to be lovers and newcomers of auto-cannabis. Dubbed as one of the next generation of ‘super yielding autoflowers’ Juicy Lucy masterfully blends underground cult classic ‘The Cheese’ with classic in the making (or baking) Auto Pounder. Very much a triple threat, the Auto Pounder is a marvelous mix of Indica, Sativa and Ruderalis which intertwine magnificently.

Growers will be over the moon to know that this Auto anomaly produces massive yields, is incredibly easy to grow and has a rapid finishing time – oh and its smells damn good too! Juicy Lucy thrives in an indoor environment, which (as a result) excels its flowering time to speedy 70-75 days. Growers should however take into account the space in which they choose to grow the strain because it can grow considerably.

Juicy Lucy quite literally flowing through its buddy veins expect plenty of resin -covered buds, ridiculously high potency equalled only by its pungent/ nostalgic aroma. It’s relatively tall stature and high bud ratio are traits carried through from the original strain, helping to maintain yields in the region of 400g/m2.

Smelly as weed covered skunk Juicy Lucy puts its highly desirable genetics to good use – making it a truly memorable smoke. Layered with tons of classic flavours both new and old the auto strain quite simply has it all.

Why we chose her:

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Strain: Lucy (Luca Brasi x LA Confidential)

Recommended experience level: Beginner to intermediate

Female: Luca Brasi (Corleone OG x Pre-98 Bubba Kush)

About the mother:

  • The Luca Brasi has perhaps the highest quality buds found in any high CBD strain. Most high CBD strains are very low in THC, and the nuggets look closer to what you’d find in a bag a schwag than in a connoisseur’s medicine cabinet, but not the Luca. She regularly tests at 15-18% THC and 8-12% CBD, and has beautiful trichome covered nuggets galore. The smoke is sweet and earthy, and has very strong anti-inflammatory effect. A true medicinal strain.

Growth stature: Short

  • Very short internodal spacing and dinner plate sized fan leaves. Be sure to remove the uppermost fan leaves to let light penetrate the canopy. She does best in a single stalk Sea of Green style, but versatile enough to handle topping if you can be patient during the vegetative stage and allow it to get a bit larger.

Nugget type and density:

  • Dense golf ball sized nuggets

Unique strain traits and oddities of mother:

  • High CBD levels along with high THC levels
  • 3/2 THC to CBD ratio
  • Biggest fan leaves you’ll find on any strain

Why we chose her:

  • Medicinal value was the main reason we chose the Luca Brasi to pair with the LA Confidential. While you’re not going to pulling down monstrous bumper crops of the Lucy, that was never the intent. We are pairing 2 of the most proven medicinal strains known to mankind, and making a high CBD strain of the finest quality available to the public.

Traits to look for in ideal phenotype:

Desired traits from mother

  • High CBD levels
  • Short flowering period
  • High resin production
  • High potency
  • Disease resistance
  • Stability, consistency, and repeatability
  • Highest medicinal value

Desired traits from pollen donor (LA Confidential)

  • Manageable height
  • Tight dense buds
  • Short flowering period
  • High resin production
  • High potency
  • Disease resistance
  • Stability, consistency, and repeatability
  • High medicinal value

Undesirable traits potentially inherited from parents

  • Lower than average yield (Luca Brasi)
  • Slow vegetative growth (Luca Brasi)
  • Lower than average yield (LA Confidential)
  • Slow vegetative growth (LA Confidential)