Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Quicksilver is by far the best auto-flowering strain I have yet to try, in terms of potency as well as flavor.
The flavors of this magnificent bud are of rosemary, pine and earth and result in a potent high that lasts for around an hour. This strain doesn’t come around very often and it’s one that you’ll definitely want to try at least once. Better yet, try growing this strain and all you’ll have to do is water and feed it, practically.
By being crossed with a ruderalis strain, Quicksilver became an auto-flowering strain. This is to say that you don’t need to change the light cycle in order for it to begin flowering. Rather, Quicksilver will automatically flower on its own, after around 6 to 8 weeks of vegetating, at which point it can take an additional 4 to 8 weeks to mature. These buds are normally very dense and have a surprising amount of trichromes for a ruderalis cross. Most gardeners will find Quicksilver particularly easy to cultivate.
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