How to grow Triton Biscotto Lime Auto seeds outdoors
Outdoors, the best climate to plant Triton Biscotto Lime Auto is sunny and preferably Mediterranean. When grown under these conditions, she’ll offer her best results when exposed to at least 6 hours of direct sunlight, in a south-facing location that’s protected from strong winds. Depending on the latitude of the grow, and as long as the last winter frosts have passed, it is possible to plant between March and late September, which gives you the opportunity to grow several crops in one year.
In Europe’s Mediterranean region, for instance, you can sow your first crop between mid-April and early May, when the frosts have passed and the days are longer. This way, you’ll be harvesting in late July, and you could start growing again in early August, for then harvesting again in October. In areas with more favourable climates, you can even grow up to four crops per year.
If you only want to grow once a year because you live in a colder area, the key is to make the most of the summer sunlight, as this season will provide you with the best results. Triton Biscotto Lime Auto adores the endless days close to the summer solstice. With the right care, you’ll get a yield of 60-90 g/plant after a 70-day flowering period from germination.
Plants that have been hybridised with ruderalis genetics are highly resistant to extreme temperatures. As their growth cycle is short (2-3 months), you’ll be able to grow several plants even in winter. Obviously, the yield won’t be as heavy as in the summer, when there’s lots more light, but wouldn’t you agree that harvesting several dozen grams of buds per plant during the winter is an amazing thing?