Fraggle Skunk Auto
The autoflowering King Size
Fraggle Skunk info:
Fraggle Skunk Auto is the result of crossing a Super Skunk selected in 1999 with a Lowryder. This productive strain offers all the flavor of an authentic Old School strain in an autoflowering version.
Highly yield. Suitable for exterior, interior and guerrillas.
Fraggle Skunk Auto grows slender and branched, being highly resistant to pests and diseases.
Outdoors, it develops quickly and vigorously and its size is higher than the average ruderalis hybrid. Grown in 20 liter pots easily exceeds 1.20 meters making it a highly productive autoflowering strain which can be harvested 70-90 days after germination.
Indoors with a photoperiod 20/4 it is easily our most productive autoflowering yielding 500-600 gr/m2
Taste and effects
Fraggle Skunk Auto offers a very special, sweet and fruity flavor with traces of Super Skunk that persists in the mouth.
Its effect perfectly combines a relaxed state with an ease that invites socializing. Ideal for smoking in the company after a hard day's work.
Opinions and questions (8)
This is an awesome strain.... got 83.5g in 69 days, though seemed to be finished around day 65, grew her under 1496w true wall draw in cob, and 3&5watt diode panels, hung dry for 7 days and still needed a day in the basket, so a total of 8 days dry. I love how it takes me back to the late 80’s, flavor is definitely authentic old school, it’s skunk with hints of dark chocolate that I can taste for a half hour after, the effect for me are uplifting and fun at first, settling into a body effect that makes me ready to take a nap. Been noticing on line the amount on nutrients people are putting in, grew this fraggle in a 5 gallon bucket with fox farm OF and added local fish meal and bone meal (both powder) to the mix, the only thing other than water from there was seaweed extract, and in flower I gave 2 feedings, a capful to a gallon, of more bloom , and 2 feedings of tiger bloom, and still burnt her tips, at any rate I’ve got one more seed and can’t wait to try again, see if I can do better! I’ve got awesome pictures of my fraggle skunk, just not sure how to get them to ya Aloha, Merple Merggle
04-01-2018 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Hi! Congrats for your awesome culture! Please, send us your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org we can't wait to see them!
How would I send you a picture of the mini Fraggle?
21-08-2017 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Hey, I saw you've send it to our info mail. We'll answer you trough that. Thanks!
I have a Fraggle Skunk, she is a month and a half old, she is about 1 3/4" tall. She seems to have split into two stem points. She has 4 groups of leaves. I think the soil was too hot, it had some goo that said it was water retention crap. Some other plants showed some mutations but nothing major. The other plants in the same soil and shape pots are growing much better than frag. I don't have a way to send Pictures but if you want to see drop me a line. Thanks."
17-08-2017 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Hi bll H,
May I know the size of your pots? You can use some isolating material to wrap your pots with it, ot just put them inside bigger pots (so you create an shady air chamber around them).
Are your other plants also autos? A picture would help, I've seen many plants "topped"" by birds which develop two stems.
You say that it should get 20 hours of daylight/day, but once it goes into its flowering stage, what are the daily light requirements ?
17-06-2015 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Hello. Once in bloom, 18 hours of light would be ideal but 16 will be sufficient to correct production. This applies to the automatic feminized seeds. This type of plant does not really need photoperiod change but to reduce the cost of electricity , we recommend this. If you have further questions , please ask. It will be our pleasure to respond.