Sleepy Yoda Auto is a fast-flowering, high-yielding strain created by crossing White Yoda Auto with a special Northern Lights pheno-type that gives great yields of dense buds.
Sleepy Yoda Auto can be cultivated with great result indoors, outdoors, in greenhouses and it is also great for guerilla growing as it reacts well to both training as well as pruning. As with other auto strains the biggest plants and best yields are harvested from plants that have plenty of room for the roots to spread out and with a 20/4 light/dark regime. Yields can be exceptional for an auto-flowering strain - between 500 - 600 gr/m2 indoors or 125 - 150 gr/plant outdoors in 60 - 65 days from seedling. CBD levels are low but THC production is high at 18%.
The flavour is sweet and musky with some plants displaying notes of noble wood. The effect is very psycho-active and potent with powerfully relaxing narcotic qualities that make it a great evening smoke when the day's work is done.
|Genetics||White Yoda Auto x Northern Lights|
|Yield||Indoors: 500 - 600 gr/m<sup>2</sup>; Outdoors: 125 - 150 gr/plant|
|Plant Height||Up to 100 cm.|
|Grows||Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors|
|Flowering Time||60 - 65 days from seedling|
|Taste / Flavour||Musky, Sweet, Woody|
|Effect||Body, Powerful, Relaxing, Sleepy|
Customer Reviews (2)
- Sickly seeds |
Seeds were tiny and black. After soaking/paper towel, 2 of 2 seeds germinated, but both looked sickly and gray. I put them in soil to give them a chance, but nothing appeared after two weeks. I would give this strain another chance, but a disappointing first go 'round with this breeder and auto flowering strains, in general.
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- It’s the bees knees!!! |
By far my favorite strain to date! The smell is funk like a dirty gym locker full of sweaty socks and cheese lol. You shouldn’t like the smell but it’s almost like it’s a guilty little pleasure. If your have trouble sleeping well this it your cure it will knock your butt out but you wake up refreshed not with that weed hangover feel some strains have. All my friends who have tried thisare in love and want more. Must buy!!!
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About Philosopher Seeds
Based in Spain, Philosopher Seeds have been involved in breeding projects since the mid-90’s but entered the cannabis seed market in 2008, in partnership with the Alchimia Grow Shop in Girona.
Describing themselves as an “Artisan seed bank”, Philosopher Seeds are hands on with their product, making everything with extreme care and working in conjunction with experienced professionals to ensure quality in all of their strains.
The Spanish breeders also have an extensive research and development team, who source, breed and share a multitude of strains through the Philosopher brand.
Philosopher Seeds have a close group of breeders from around the world who are regularly tasked with testing their crops through different growing systems and substrates. This is to ensure that any customer who buys from Philosopher Seeds library knows exactly where and how to best cultivate the strains.
In recent years, Philosopher Seeds have been working closely with some of the best breeders in Europe to release new strain lines to market.
The ‘Classic’ Line was released to show which strains helped with the initial success of Philosopher Seeds. Some of the breeders’ most popular strains are included in this line including K13 Haze, Gokunk, Early Maroc, Amnesika and Tropimango.
The ‘Golo’ Line is more recent imitative designed to offer the sweetest, fruitiest flavours in the Philosopher Seeds catalogue, while also ensuring all the strains had relatively high CBD levels. Some of the most popular strains in the ‘Golo’ Line include Jack el Frutero, Sugar Pop, Sweet Love, Naranchup, SuperJuani and Guayita.
These lines demonstrate Philosopher Seeds desire to constantly put their customer first, by offering new, exciting genetics to meet demand.
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