The Northern Light (NL) is probably the most worked-on strain in the world. It has been used to create so many hybrids. It originates from the US and was improved in the Netherlands. This cannabis strain has been undergoing constant changes for 20 years now; higher flower rate, sugared buds, fewer and thinner leaves resulted in higher yields in a S.O.G. But it is still the same strong cannabis product, with the original Northern Lights smell and taste. In this case in the auto-flowering cannabis version.
NL Automatic is a hybrid of NL x Ruderalis, resulting in an auto-flowering plant that produces a great yield and has a potent relaxing effect. When 1,000-watt lights are used and the plant is grown completely in soil, it can reach up to 1.20 m in height and produce a yield of between 350 and 450 g/m², and some 600 g, within about 65 days from seeding.
The outdoor harvest is usually expected in late September. Its small, broad, and dark-green leaves are reminiscent of the Indica genetic line that it is composed of.