Quick One- A Fast Autoflowering Strain
Quick one is of Canadian ancestry. Her genetics borrow from the initial auto-flowering strain Lowryder. She was developed by the blending of Williams Wonder, Northern Lights, and ruderalis. Her auto-flowering capabilities are inherited from the ruderalis. She can easily flower minus the presence of continuous sunshine. She is the parent to most of the auto-flowering strains used currently.
Effects of Quick One
With THC levels of 13 % and an Indica percentage of 60 %, Quick one delivers the same effects as any Indica strain. After the first few puffs or toke, the user may start to feel your body floating. After a while, you will start to experience a relaxed physical high. It is soft on the body at won’t knock you out into a coma or render you couch-locked. She is perfect for day time use.
While she has comparatively low CBD levels, this strain does offer some medicinal values to the user. With physical relaxation, the strain combats pain, irritation and aches. She can be used as a pain killer as she does not impair anyone’s judgement or physical capacity.
Aroma and Flavour of Quick One
Quick one is a short compact plant that delivers notes of refreshing scents and tastes. She blends spicy herbal notes with fruit fragrances that mildly attack the senses. On the inhale and exhale, you will experience fresh, herbal and citrusy aromas that accompany the attractive physical stoned effect.
Growth of Quick One
Quick one is a hard strain to grow and manage. She does not grow tall or huge, making her among the first strain that could be grown indoors away from the prying eyes and noses of neighbours. She can do well in small spaces including, closets, balconies and terraces. Growers were given more growth options with the inception of this strain. She is a pacesetter.
When grown outside, this lady would average a height of between 60 to 100 cm. She grows compact and in the right growth conditions, mild climate, she will reward you with 100 to 150 grams per plant. When cultivated indoors, she will need a grow light and yield 275 to 325 grams per squared metre. She takes 5 to 6 weeks to flower and is ready for harvesting on the 10th week after sprouting.