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Speedy Chile – fast Fem

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Seed type: Feminized
Autoflowering: No
Phenotype: Pure Indica
Announced yield: 119 (g)
Profile description: Royal Queen Seeds designed their new Speedy Chile feminized seeds to blend the best features of their favorite strains. The fast-flowering versions of their cultivars are ideal alternatives to autoflowering strains because they are also designed for shorter flowering periods. The Speedy Chile variety was accomplished by crossing a third-generation autoflowering plant with a regular clone, providing a feminized hybrid that is ideal for indoor or outdoor gardens. Namely speaking, Speedy Chile is a cross between Green Poison and Chile Indica, and it has an outstanding taste. (Green Poison is an elite clone that has earned a reputation for producing medical flowers of the highest quality, ideal for alleviating pain, sleep issues and as a natural appetite enhancer.) The Speedy Chile hybrid is 30% sativa and 70% indica, so you can expect the plants to stretch just a little bit and fill out nicely during the flowering period. Speedy Chile has a fast life cycle, so you can harvest great buds in as little as eight weeks. This quick-flowering strain is one of the fastest on the market. Speedy Chile works as an excellent choice for both indoor or outdoor gardeners, being perfect for beginners and experts alike. Beginners will appreciate the fact that Speedy Chile requires little care, and experienced growers can dial in their nutrients and work wonders.  Indoor gardeners can expect a plant that is short in stature, leaving plenty of room in a grow tent or small closet. Speedy Chile was engineered for a short flowering cycle to increase the number of harvests. Speedy Chile will finish when it is between 50 and 100 centimeters tall.  Outdoor gardeners will also appreciate Speedy Chile because the plant will usually be ready for harvest one or two weeks before other strains. Finished buds can be picked in early September, long before the autumn rains, reducing the chances of mold.

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