Biscauto Description:

  • Types: Feminized Autoflower Seeds

  • Lineage/Origins: Biscotti, Dark Nose Candy

    Most autoflowering varieties have complex genetic lineages that can’t simply be summed up as “A x B” We use the term “origins” and list as many as the closest relatives as possible.

  • Type (Indica/Sativa): Feminized Autoflower, Indica dominant

    This characterizes whether the cultivar is a Sativa, Indica or hybrid.

  • Filial Generation: F4

    This expresses the fillial generation of the cultivar. IX refers to In-cross which is used to categorize two close relatives that have been bred together. S1 is used for “selfed” plants in which we reverse a clone onto itself.

  • PVI (Phenotypic Variation Index): Low

    This is a classification system we have developed in order to provide cultivators information regarding the amount of phenotypic variation that should be expected. Simply put, this describes the uniformity or lack thereof. The PVI index is calculated with a formula using a variety of observed traits. Although the formula we developed outputs a quantitative number between 1 and 10, we are publishing the results in qualitative format. We are currently developing an online version of the calculator which will be published on our website for public use. The qualitative parameters we are currently using are: Very Low, Low, Below Average, Average, Above Average, High.

  • First sign of flower in days: 25-30

    Day 1 starts when the seedling emerges from the soil or when the sprout is planted in soil. The days listed represents the time in which over half of the batch should be visually showing female sex.

  • Total life cycle in days: 80-90

    This is the amount of days from the emergence of seedlings to harvested flowers. Days listed represent the time to harvest for 50% or more of the total plant population. This data is extrapolated from our test gardens in a mixed-light facility from plants grown in 3 gallon pots. In general, you should add one week for outdoor grown autoflowers.

  • Height: Above average

    This is the overall plant size you would expect at harvest. Final height will vary based on environmental growing conditions. Height may or may not be an indicator of final yield.

  • Yield Index (per sf): Above average to high

    This is the overall yield you would expect at final harvest. Please note this calculation this based on canopy (per sf) yield and not per plant yield.

  • Color: Many phenos ripen to a beautiful light purple color.

    Usually green or purple or both.

  • Aroma/Nose: Sour grapes on the front with a Pound Cake body and a subtle orange-candy finish. Carries a deep earthy turpentine smell from the Biscotti.

    This category is subjective and not based on quantitative data. * the higher the PVI the more variation in aroma you should expect.

  • Notes: Great all-around auto cultivar for Indica lovers. The plants get large and sturdy. Takes well to early topping.  She reacts well to defoliation but be careful not to do it too early in flower.

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