Grower tips & genetic info.
Apollo Black Cherry Autoflower seeds will grow well in a range of conditions. She isn't a fussy feeder and when she is in full swing, she can have quite an appetite. The giant blooms and long-life cycle require sufficient nutrients. But get these genetics in the nutrient sweet spot (without over-feeding or under-feeding) and you can expect some seriously heavy autoflower yields. You may find extra Potassium and Phosphorus in bloom will promote heavy yields and potency.
Apollo Black Cherry is a hybrid autoflower with diverse genetic ancestry from some of the finest genetics from the United States and Europe. Apollo 13 uses a well-respected gene pool that took delicate and painstaking work to create. The Jack Herer genetic line was influential here. The sativa phenotype was selected to be crossed with Black Cherry Cheesecake and Cherry AK47. The hybrid phenotype of Black Cherry Cheesecake used is thought to come from a breeder in Oregon, in the United States, and is a stellar cross of Black Cherry Soda, Super Silver Haze, and Cheese. Cherry AK47 won an award at The Highlife Cup in 2019. She brings her own strong heritage to represent breeders from Holland as a skunk variety with a rich selection of parents from Mexico, Thailand, Afghanistan, and Colombia
All in all, Apollo Black Cherry Autoflower is one of the finest autoflower seeds. The sensational and unusual taste is simple delicious. Expert growers will be shooting for heavy yields from the 13–15-week life cycle. The sativa-leaning plants may stretch a little more than the average auto, but the stretch is perfectly manageable for the indoor grower. Outdoors she will also grow well, just prepare the ground well and select a warm/sunny 4-month period to grow her in. This is a perfect strain for those that love banging THC levels with rare cherry flavours! If you don't mind a slightly longer seed-to-harvest grow cycle you can be enjoying some XXL yields and genuine Grade-A buds.