The best autoflowering seeds at Weedseedsexpress
Want to buy seeds from one of the best autoflower seed banks? Welcome to the autoflower section at Weedseedsexpress. At Weedseedsexpress we have top quality autoflower weed seeds for sale. From high yield autoflower seeds to the fastest autoflowers, autoflowers with high CBD or high THC content and also several cheap autoflower seeds for those on a budget. All our autoflowering seeds are feminized and easy to grow. Curious? Take a look at our spacious assortment and order your autoflower seeds today.
Reasons to buy your autoflowering cannabis seeds at Weedseedsexpress
- Only the best quality
- The lowest price + free shipping
- Great choice of autoflowering weed seeds
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AK 47 autoflowering feminized seeds
AK 48 autoflowering feminized seeds
Amnesia Haze autoflowering seeds
Amnesia Haze x Blueberry autoflowering feminized seeds
Big Cheese autoflowering feminized seeds
Big Haze autoflowering feminized seeds
Big Jack Widow autoflowering feminized seeds
Big White Widow autoflowering feminized seeds
Blue Cheese autoflowering feminized seeds
Blue Dream autoflowering seeds
Bruce Banner autoflowering seeds
CBD Express autoflowering seeds
CBD Purple Kush autoflowering feminized seeds
CBG Citrus Nectar autoflowering seeds
Critical autoflowering feminized seeds
Critical Purple autoflowering seeds
Girl Scout Cookies autoflowering seeds
Gorilla Glue autoflowering feminized seeds
Northern Lights autoflowering feminized seeds
Northern Lights x Big Bud autoflowering feminized seeds
Santa Maria autoflowering feminized seeds
Zkittlez autoflowering seeds
Weedseedsexpress, your best autoflower seed bank
When planning to buy super autoflower seeds, the first thing you need is a reliable source with high quality autoflower genetics. For those living in the UK, the Netherlands and many other European countries there are many seed banks to buy from. However, for customers in Canada, the USA and Australia things are more challenging.
Autoflowering seeds USA and Canada
Getting high quality autoflowers seeds is still an issue for many. The offer is often limited for customers in both the USA and Canada. Fortunately, you found the right supplier as Weedseedsexpress has become one of the best autoflower seed banks. Not only in terms of seed quality but also terms of shipping and customer service.
Our autoflowers are cheap and of top quality. They bloom automatically, are mold resistant, require little or no nutrition and have a large yield potential that with our “big autoflowers” is not inferior to that of photoperiod species. Do you choose one of our autoflowers? Then you choose for pure growing convenience, speed and quality.
Help and tips on buying your autoflower seeds
Are you a beginner or advanced grower and would you like to buy autoflower seeds? Then know where you should pay attention before you order. For example, do you want to grow indoors or outdoors? Do you opt for a high yield or do you want to harvest as soon as possible? Indica or Sativa dominant? Rather a powerful or mild variety? Read our most important tips below before buying autoflower seeds.
What are autoflowering seeds?
Before you buy autoflower seeds, it is important to know what the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of autoflowers are. With the explanation below you can make a well-considered choice. But first we give a clear definition of autoflowers.
Autoflowers are Indica or Sativa strains crossed with a ruderalis. Originally you will find cannabis ruderalis species especially in areas with a short summer. For example, in areas such as Russia, Northern Europe, China and Mongolia.
Because of the short summer the ruderalis has developed properties to flower based on age. As autoflowers are crossed with the ruderalis it features this characteristic which is a big difference compared to photoperiod species that need a change in the number of light hours or seasons (less light hours per day) to flower.
Characteristics of autoflower seeds
Autoflowers are self-flowering. This means that they do not need a lot of attention to grow. They grow and bloom on their own and do not care about a day and night cycle. The autoflower seed is therefore a great choice for beginners and advanced growers. As long as the plant gets enough light and water, you’re assured of a nice harvest. This is in contrast to non-autoflowers that need more attention. Moreover, autoflowers are suitable for growing indoors as well as outdoors.
Points of interest when planning to buy autoflower seeds
You want to buy autoflower seeds, but you can’t choose? Each variety has specific properties. These can be found on the seeds page under ‘Properties’. We already give an explanation of the properties below.
Flavours of autoflower vary enormously. Do you like earthy, fruity, chocolate or just Woody. The flavour of each variety is indicated on the product page.
THC or CBD
Weed contains THC and/or CBD. The higher the THC content, the more it gives a psychoactive effect. CBD rather has a relaxing effect on the body while the head remains clear. Tip: at the top right of the assortment you can sort on both ‘THC’ and ‘CBD’.
Do you want a calming effect? Be stimulated cheerfully or creatively. Although the effects of cannabis can vary from person to person, there are generally clear differences between the types of autoflower seeds.
Indoor or outdoor cultivation
Most autoflowers can be grown indoors and outdoors. Unless otherwise stated.
Autoflower strains are generally small. You therefore don’t need a lot of space which makes it a ideal plant to grow at home. Yet there are differences in height and width. Per autoflowering variety we indicate the expected height when grown indoors and outdoors. Tip: at the top right of the assortment you can sort by ‘Height’.
You probably want to buy autoflower seeds that yield as much as possible. However, the yield of these seeds will always be slightly less compared to a grow with feminized seeds.
To give an indication of the yield, a lower and upper limit of the yield is stated per type. Tip: at the top right of the range you can sort by “Yield”.
The flowering time indicates when harvesting can take place. Autoflowers are fast growers, so the flowering time is relatively short compared to other cannabis seeds. The average flowering time of autoflowers is between 50 and 70 days.
Feminized vs autoflowering: The pros and cons of autoflowering cannabis seeds
You want to grow weed at home without too much experience and effort? Then autoflower seeds are the best choice. This seed features many advantages for the novice and experienced grower. That is why the autoflower has become very popular. But it also has some disadvantages compared to non-autoflowers. We therefore recommend checking the pros and cons below before you start buying autoflower seeds.
- Short flowering time: the cycle of an autoflower (from seed to harvest) usually lasts 8 to 12 weeks which is a lot faster compared to a non-auto-flower.
- More frequent harvesting: in practice, a shorter cycle means that you can sow and harvest more often.
- Mould resistant: fungi and bud rot mainly occur in autumn. But because you are not dependent on changes in light with an autoflower, you are able to plan and ensure that you can harvest before the autumn. In addition, an autoflower is naturally more resistant to fungus and disease.
- Small size: the genetics of the Ruderalis ensure that an autoflower is relatively small and remains compact. An adult autoflower has, depending on the circumstances, a size of about 50cm – 100cm. Ideal when space is limited.
- Simplicity: as a grower you need little supplies and raw materials. An autoflower grows when the soil is fertile and the plant has access to sufficient sunlight and water. Extra feeding is actually not necessary and even growing without bulbs is no problem. Autoflowers will flower regardless of whether they are on the windowsill, grown with lamps or just outside.
- Lower yield: autoflowers are generally small sized and although this rule does not always apply, the harvest is usually less big compared to non-autoflowers.
- Less THC: autoflowering varieties usually produce less THC.
- Different sizes: even with the same genetics, autoflowers sometimes have different sizes.
- Limited choice: the range of autoflowers is less big compared to photoperiod types.
- Repotting: an autoflower does not like to be repotted. It’s therefore recommended to start your grow in the final pot.
Top 3 lists when buying autoflower seeds
We like to make it easy for you if you want to buy autoflower seeds. That is why we have compiled several Top 3 lists below.
Top 3 | Best outdoor autoflower seeds
If we present the best autoflower seeds for an outdoor grow, we cannot skip the indoor growers. So check out the top 3 with the best autoflower cannabis seeds for an indoor grow below.
Top 3 | Best indoor autoflowering cannabis seeds
Autoflowers are generally always suitable for outdoor cultivation. Still, there are a few species that stand out because of their resistance to weather changes and fungi. This is our Top 3:
Top 3 | Fast bloomers
With an autoflower you ensure yourself from a fast seed to harvest cycle, but you always have boss over boss. The question remains: what is the fastest autoflower from Weedseedsexpress? For those looking for extremely fast autoflowers, we have made a top 3 list of the fastest flowering autoflowers:
Top 3 | High yielding autoflowers
Contrary to what some growers expect, there are indeed autoflowers with a high yield. Curious which autoflower varieties from our range have the highest yield potential? Then view our top 3 below:
Top 3 | Cheap autoflower seeds
Autoflowers can be expensive. However, in case you want to save money you might be interested in our top 3 with the best cheap autoflowering seeds:
Help on buying autoflower seeds
Do you have any questions in regard to our autoflowering seeds? Or would you like to know more about an autoflower grow? Find the answers to your questions in our ‘FAQ’ section. We also post blogs on a weekly basis with growing tips and information about different cannabis strains.
Frequently asked questions about our autoflower seeds
Do you sell regular autoflower seeds?
The principle of the autoflower is the automatic flowering. In other words, autoflowers are meant to flower. Regular cannabis seeds also produce male plants which do not bloom. At least not in the way that most growers would like. We therefore do not sell regular autoflower seeds
What are the best autoflowering sativa dominant seeds at Weedseedsexpress?
Sativa dominant autoflower seeds are pretty rare. Currently we have two autoflower species in our range which is sativa dominant:
Do you have free autoflowering seed samples?
We don’t provide free autoflowering samples. Yet, when you buy autoflowering seeds at Weedseedsexpress we do add 20% free autoflower seeds to every order.
Are you selling autoflowering dwarf cannabis seeds?
Currently we are not selling dwarf autoflowers.
Any 35 day autoflower seeds for sale?
Due to the short flowering time of 35 days, 35 day autoflower species are unable to achieve a nice harvest. We therefore decided to remove all our 35 day autoflowers.
What are your best 60 day autoflower seeds?
At Weedseedsexpress we offer various autoflower varieties with a flowering time of around 60 days. Curious which varieties finish their flowering stage within approximately 60 days? Check it out below.
Do you have CBD autoflowering cannabis seeds in your range?
Currently we only have one CBD autoflower in our range which is our CBD Purple Kush. Keep an eye on this category as there is a good chance that you will find more CBD autoflowers here in the future.
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Autoflowering vs Feminized Seeds: Which Is Best for You?
Autoflower vs feminized, engineered vs regular, trained vs untrained seeds. No matter how you slice it, there is a dizzying variety of seed types to select from when growing your own marijuana.
Which is better, which produces the dankest buds, which grows the fastest?, which is the easiest to maintain?
Well, that depends on a multitude of factors because, fundamentally we are all very different people with different goals and objectives in life.
Translated to cannabis, the type of seed you should buy depends upon what your goals are as a grower.
Are you a hobbyist who enjoys the process of natural cultivation as much as you do getting high? Or are you a THC thrill seeker looking to grow the dankest, stickiest, highest yielding marijuana plant you can?
Well, before heading on over to your favorite online cannabis seed vendor and start buying seeds, make sure to read the following “choose your own ending” guide to determining which seed is best for you!
If you’re looking to buy seeds online ASAP we highly recommend checking out Seedsman Seeds simply because they have one of the largest inventories out there and offer competitive pricing even on more popular/high demand strains.
Growing cannabis is more than just setting yourself up with a solid stash. Growing is an art that rewards those who are willing to learn and are curious about everything that goes into getting a truly satisfying yield.
In this article, we’re going to give a simple break down of the differences between feminized and autoflowering cannabis seeds so you can know which one is right for you.
While you do not have to be a cannabis expert to be a successful grower, there is some basic knowledge you should be aware of if you want to avoid time-consuming and expensive mistakes! Let’s begin.
What are Autoflower Cannabis Seeds?
Autoflower cannabis seeds are a popular choice for beginners as they bloom automatically, are easier to cultivate, smaller in size, and are quicker to harvest than feminized seeds.
They also require a simple lighting schedule and are more resistant to temperature fluctuations, pests and fungi, offering a perfect way for beginners to get into cannabis growing.
These days, just like feminized seeds, autoflower seeds will develop into female plants which deliver the smokeable cannabis that most growers are after.
What are Feminized Cannabis Seeds?
While autoflowers require less attention and allow for quicker harvests, feminized cannabis seeds come with their own set of advantages. Needless to say, with feminized seeds, you don’t have to worry about producing male plants (which will not give you smokeable cannabis high in THC and CBD).
You can expect bigger plants and a greater yield with feminized seeds, with the smokeable cannabis often being more potent than cannabis grown from autoflower seeds.
Given the greater yield and the fact that feminized plants can be cloned (autoflowers cannot be, meaning you will have to buy new seeds every time), most serious growers choose to grow with feminized seeds and are not put off by the fact that they require more space, more care and attention, and a more demanding lighting schedule.
What are the differences in harvest time and lighting demands?
The length of the grow cycle is an important factor for many growers. If you are looking for multiple harvests a year all year round, then autoflowers are definitely your best bet. Generally, the average time from seed to harvest for an autoflower is between 8-12 weeks.
Feminized seeds usually require 12-20 weeks from seed to harvest and only begin flowering when they receive 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness a day, as opposed to autoflowers which flower based on age (usually 2-4 weeks after planting).
If you are growing feminized seeds outdoors, you will have to adjust your light schedule or wait until autumn to ensure that the plant gets the right amount of light to flower. However, this is not the case with autoflowers, making them much easier to grow and an attractive option for those who want a simpler, less involved grow process.
Which is better for indoor/outdoor cultivation?
Autoflowering seeds are more suitable for indoor cultivation while feminised seeds work better for outdoor cultivation.
Generally, feminized seeds grow plants that are bigger and taller than autoflowers. But remember: No matter what the seeds you choose to plant are – bigger pots generally make space for bigger plants and bigger buds.
Which seed type is right for you?
Now that we’ve seen the main differences between autoflower and feminized seeds, you should have an idea of which choice suits your preferences, resources and level of expertise.
If you’re looking for maximum potency and the greatest yield possible, then feminized seeds are definitely the way to go. If you’re just starting out growing or are limited in knowledge, experience, space and time, then autoflower seeds might be the choice for you as they provide the quickest and easiest way to a bountiful yield.
Keep in mind that your growing situation/farm design can impact what seed type you get. For example, growing outdoors seasonally is different then running a year-round grow operation indoors, say in a grow tent or grow cabinet.
Are autoflowers less potent?
When autoflower seeds first appeared around ten years ago, they were generally considered less potent due to the fact that the autoflower gene originates from the Ruderalis species of cannabis (which has very low levels of THC).
While much more than THC goes into how a plant looks, smells and ultimately smokes and the effects it has (like its terpene profile or CBN percentage). Understanding THC can be done at home using simple test kits and devices and can help you evaluate the quality of your seeds.
However, in the past decade, Ruderalis plants have been crossbred with strains extremely high in THC, producing autoflowering strains that are as potent as anything else you might find.
Are autoflowers leafier than feminized seeds?
Plants grown from feminized seeds tend to produce fewer leaves compared to autoflowers.
Autoflower seeds also have a tendency to grow denser foliage, meaning they are typically leafier and therefore have fewer buds.
However, this is not true if you grow autoflowering seeds in optimal conditions, without pruning them, and with sufficient time to complete their automatic flowering cycle without rushing or interfering with the process. If you do it right there is nothing to worry about!
Congratulations on informing yourself of the differences between feminized and autoflowering cannabis seeds! This is a critical decision in the grow process and both seed types have their unique advantages and drawbacks.
Generally speaking, autoflowers work well for beginners and those looking for a fast yield, while feminized seeds are the choice of more experienced growers who want maximum potency and quantity from their harvest.
It is worth mentioning that if your seeds are of a high-quality, you can expect a good yield of smokeable cannabis regardless of whether you have chosen autoflower or feminized seeds.
Most online sellers, From I Love Growing Marijuana to Seedsman Seeds will have plenty of variety for whatever seed type you end up deciding on planting and cultivating.
If you’re new to the world of cannabis, you’ll soon find that the more you learn, the more likely you’ll be to enjoy the grow process and get the kinds of yields you’ve been dreaming about. We hope this article has been helpful!
Choosing your seeds is the most important decision you can make when cultivating. Mess up this step and nutrients, light, air won't be able to help you. Learn about autoflowering vs feminized seed types.