Here I am, ready to explain
(or at least we try)
Lemon Kush was crossed with a Lowryder in order to fasten the flowering time. We don't call it semi-auto or half auto because this will confuse people again and again...actually Semi autoflowering refers to fast flowering sativas who also bloom under low light conditions but it's quite of an old school term.
Some time ago, and still today actually, I had some hard time explaining why we crossed some of our strains with autoflowering varieties. Main reason is that, especially in the Outdoor strains, we wanted to create early maturing/fast flowering strains.
For example, we used Early Misty to create many of our early flowering outdoor strains for obvious reasons.
It is really impossible to say how much of the Early misty genes remain in any of our strains today. Through selection and selective breeding and crossbreeding that presence may or may not have diminished. Fact remains that it did help to form the outdoor strains we have today and has helped these strains to flower faster.
I guess I got carried way, as always probably, but I just wanted to be clear
Hope this helps,
Originally Posted by mack 10
Ah I see,. It's cause it was crossed with lowryder.
I thought ,it was unusual for you to rock autos.
I was at high last night.
In my defense.