These Auto Quarter Pounder Seeds are the result of a 2 year breeding program with exceptional Brazilian genetics, creating this very powerful strain that was bred for very generous yields.
Auto Quarter Pounder is ready around 80 to 85 days after germination which is a little longer than other Autos, but the additional grow time is needed for this strain to ensure maximum potency and yield size.
The plants grow larger than most and will easily reach up to 2 meters tall in the right conditions.
Auto Quarter Pounder will amaze even the seasoned grower, with its predominately Indica genetics and appearance, the heavy handed effect also has a sweet and sour, citrus-like aroma and taste.
Auto Quarter Pounder Strain Genetic Information
|Flowering Time||85 days from seed|
|Where to Grow||Indoor, Greenhouse, Outdoor|
|Taste / Flavor||Citrus, Sour, Sweet|
|Plant Height||up to 2m tall|
|Yield||6 oz. per plant with co2 under 1000 hps, or outdoors in the south|
Medical users will find the effects of Auto Quarter Pounder Strain to be a perfect relief of pain, nausea, and appetite loss. These Auto Quarter Pounder seeds produce very large solid plants with great yields.
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I bought these seeds to conduct an experiment. I have 6 regular seedbank plants, Chocolope, Lemon Haze and Mint Kush. They were in flower when I decided to see if I could grow these QP autoflowers starting in late August because the weather in Vegas stays pretty warm till November. My problem was a heat wave that hit and lasted two weeks, just as I was hardening them to go outside. Temps above 113 degrees for two weeks. Even with only giving them four hours of sunlight per day, they still got stunted from the heat. If they had not had to deal with the heat, I'm sure they would have been bigger. They germinated within 24 hours of paper towel soak, so they were very vigorous, before the heat stunted them. I also lost two photoperiod plants from the heat. Just shriveled and died despite two waterings per day. I will definitely try this strain again. The buds are big and ripening nicely, just not huge plants like I would have had if I had planted earlier in the year.
46 days in on 2nd week of flower on 3 Super Lemon Haze autos and 3 Quarter Pounder Autos. All 6 of my seeds popped and all 6 are pretty much identical to the next in size. All 24” or more from soil to top. Can’t wait to see final product. So far so good! Pic is 1 of 3 Super Lemon Haze Autos left and 1 of 3 Quarter Pounder Autos on the right. Only thing i did was remove 6 big fan leaves Yesterday and they are loving the light!
Hubby and I decided to try our hand at cannabis, since we have grown vegetables, flowers and normal garden stuff. We decided on Seedkings,as they were in our state. We then chose to go with Autoflowers that was quick, not to difficult and blessed us with a decent yield. We chose different strains, white widow and 1/4 pounder. The ordering process was simple and straight forward. What impressed me the most was the short amount of time it took for delivery. Soaked both sets of seeds for 12 hours and then used the napkin and plastic bag method within a day the White widow popped, and was planted shortly after. We waited for the 1/4 pounder to pop but it never did. After 1 week with nothing, we planted as normal and to this day nothing. The white widow is awesome. Ordered another round shortly after and both strains are going gang busters also.(AK/47 & Purple Kush). Not really sure what was the deal with the 1/4 pounder, and kind of apprehensive about trying that one again, but will definitely keep buying from Seedkings. No one is 100% all the time, but so far they have been pretty damn close. Pic is the white widow, planted 4/28.
I got 3 1/4 pound and 3 white widows. The widows are doing great as this is my first adventure as a grower. All 3 quarter pounders failed to do anything. I used the water/ wet paper towel method and nothing. Since then I have ordered some super lemon haze and they are awesome so far. I liked the description of the quarter pounder, especially the yield that’s possible. The life of a farmer.😏 pic: left-white widow, right-SLH.
Got 5 blueberry and 5 of these qp seeds germinated same time, same way and 4 of 5 blueberry popped and started growing great, only 1 of 5 qp seeds popped and has struggled since. It's now budding at only 12" tall, my other strains are strong and healthy
My first seed did not germinate but there may have been some issue on my part. Not sure about the policy from Seedking. The second pictured here is at 45 days and has not shown signs of flower yet. I did some twisted LST since this pic and it really looks like there will be a lot of strong colas. Great and very strong seed. Grown in Coco and being given Jungle Juice nutes that have been increased to a three part mix of 10:10:10ml per gallon of water running around 6.4ph. Have been very conservative feeding it and found some very mild P and K deficiencies at the end of week three. At that time I had only fed it once after my initial dry soil amendment mixture. This thing ate like a beast and took off once I started feeding it but to be fair I’m a gunshy newbie and afraid of burn. This is grown on a cheap LED with low level light strips for a spread to help autos that I can’t or don’t want to LST.
Have not had the chance to try the seeds yet.But you can check out my White Widow