Gorilla Autoflowering is half Indica, half Ruderalis. Rather small in size, she’s the perfect strain to grow in confined spaces or discreetly in any balcony or garden. Despite her fairly bushy structure, her internodes are long enough to allow air and light to flow freely within the canopy, preventing the appearance of any moisture-related issues. Besides, her leaves aren’t too wide or too fleshy, so natural light can get in without trouble. Her colouring doesn’t differ much from the one found in the feminised version of Gorilla: lime-green, with an extra layer of frosty crystals on her buds during the closing days of flowering.
The yield offered by the autoflowering version of Gorilla is almost as amazing as her feminised predecessor’s. However, if what you want is obtain huge plants outdoors, the autoflowering seed may not be the best choice because, after some 30 days of growth, the flowering will start automatically, without any possibility of extending the vegging period. Her resin yield is her most remarkable trait, though, and no wonder given her lineage. Unbeatable trichome and resin production that is in no way curbed by her Ruderalis genes.
Aromas and flavours
Gorilla Autoflowering is packed with predominantly diesel nuances. Gorilla brings the scent of Diesel to mind, so the result of mixing her with an OG Kush Auto is a way stronger oily aroma.
Despite her crushing THC levels regularly testing around 19%, she’s not a devastating strain. Her predecessor was desired for her mind-blowing potency; this autoflowering version, however, is slightly less powerful. Don’t you underestimate her, though, for her high is still incredibly potent, euphoric at first but increasingly more narcotic and relaxing over time.
Of all the Gorillas created by Dinafem Seeds, this is definitely the easiest to grow. Without depending on photoperiods, this quick and sturdy plant will be ready for harvest in about 75 days from germination. Don’t worry if you aren’t still a seasoned cannabis grower, for this variety will bring you great joy almost by herself due to her Ruderalis genetics. It goes without saying, though, that she loves growing in warm, temperate climates and receiving a lot of hours of sunlight. That’s when she’ll show her full potential. However, she’ll do just as fine in hostile climates, where the lack of light and heat won’t really affect the end result.