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Here you can find all information about the cannabis breeder Lowlife Seeds. We've collected data about 10 Cannabis Strains breed by Lowlife Seeds (6 of this strains got reviews of the SeedFinder users, with an average rating from 6.74 out of 10!) Click on the strains to find more informations, pictures, reviews, comparisons and sources for a variety - and/or check out the Breeder Info here at the page to find out more about Lowlife Seeds. Its also possible to visualize all Lowlife Seeds strains together with all their Parents or Hybrids with our dynamic maps - check it out!

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Lowlife Seeds breed auto-flowering cannabis hybrid strains using the original Lowryder Seeds genetics. Adding other classic cannabis strains into the mix Lowlife Seeds produce fast growing auto-flowering hybrids with different characteristics. Currently in the range are: Automatic AK47, Automatic Hindu Kush, Automatic White Russian, Automatic Blueberry and Automatic Lemon Skunk with the Blueberry being expected about June 2008. And more are planned! Lowlife Seeds is building a reputation all around the world for its ability to create fantastic stable Lowryder hybrids., Our ultimate aim is to create an autoflowering strain to suit every requirement. The Automatic AK47 for example is a heavy yielding (for an auto-flowering variety) sweet smelling, buzzy high, branchy plant suitable for patios, growrooms, conservatories etc. She can grow up to 2ft tall, she's easy to manicure and packs one hell of a punch. The Automatic Hindu Kush on the other hand is smaller, growing no taller than 12" but the buds she produces are tight and dense and resin coated to the extreme! She will grow well on patios etc just like the AK47 but she's small enough to go into window boxes and in smaller areas, same with the Automatic Blueberry and Automatic Lemon Skunk seeds, both very easy to hide due to small size but you can grow lots of them close together and really maximise yield.