Magnum Automatic is a three-way split of Sativa/ Indica /Ruderalis but even with its sativa dominance with high and height, it’s shape is much like an indica.
The taste of Magnum Automatic is rather unusual, but we like it. The top notes are of citrus, the middle notes are of herbs and spices and the bass notes are earthy. This is also reflected in the aroma. On the whole, we’d see Magnum Automatic appealing to people who like their weed fresh and with good body rather than clearly sweet or sour, there’s nothing of the haze or diesel about this strain, or at least not that we can see.
Magnum Automatic offers a decent level of THC with levels between 18-20%. The high is very cerebral, hard hitting, intense and uplifting. It can leave some users feeling rather giggly. Overall, therefore, we’d definitely class Magnum Automatic as a daytime strain and great for anyone whose get up and go has got up and gone. It also provides effective pain relief and so could be a good choice for anyone who suffers from headaches.
In terms of growing, anyone who assumes that an autoflowering strain will stay nicely compact and be perfect for a small flat or balcony is going to be in for a shock if they opt for Magnum Automatic. This is one statuesque lady, who can easily reach 5 feet. If you’re hoping to grow this strain indoors then you will need one huge pot. Despite the size, Magnum Automatic is an unfussy strain, which will generally yield in the region of 400 -500 gr/m².
Outdoors (or in an indoor space with a lot of room)
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