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The marijuana strain Quick One, was one of the first automatic strains developed, with the added feature that has a rapid growth. In his first appearance on the market, it was one of the of the world's fastest growing strains.
It comes from Canadian genetics. The Quick One is based on the original automatic strain called Lowryder, which is the result of the crossing between Williams Wonder, Northern Lights marijuana and Ruderalis. The Ruderalis genetics contributed the automatic capacity, that is, the plant will flower automatically without changes in daylight hours.
This strain has been feminized, so that once born, it is only a matter of time before the harvest, it flowers automatically and it is ready in about 8 or 9 weeks.
The Quick One is a small, compact plant, which does not exceed 50 or 60 cm in height, and can get up to 35 grams per plant.
Plants have a citrusy, freshy and herbaceous aroma, with a slight taste accompanied by a pleasant body stone.
Features of Quick One from Royal Queen Seeds:
- Genetics: Genetics Lowrider
- Height: 50-60cms
- Yield: 40 gr / plant
- Harvest: 8-9 weeks
- THC: Intermediate
- Effect: Physical
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Opinions about Quick One and questions
Hi Gaspard, thanks for your comment. I'm sorry to hear that you didn't have much success with the seeds. If you think that the seeds themselves were to blame for the germination issues then you can make a reclamation here.
As for the variety itself, I would really only recommend these seeds to someone looking specifically for really small plants. This generation of autoflower genetics was the very first wave of ruderalis hybrids available on the market some ten years ago, when the autoflower sector was in its infancy. Naturally, over the years autoflower breeding has progeessed in leaps and bounds, meaning that these early Lowryder crosses have since been superceded by superior "Auto XL" genetics. Nowadays autoflowers are bigger, more vigorous and more productive than ever, with the "quality gap" between non-autos and autos rapidy closing.
Unless you're severely restricted to growing very small plants, I'd recommend trying some of the more productive auto varieties, just go to our Seed Selector and have a look for high-yielding Automatic seeds to see the selection.
Best wishes and happy growing!