So I thought good and hard about the hurdle a grower has to get over to pull off a super auto plant and where that minority of growers crosses paths with the market demand for super auto CBD flowers, combined with a need for the seeds to be free.
The only place those things meet is with outdoor growers that have the space to grow a 4-5 foot wide plant, that will reach 6-8 feet in height, and the seeds will need to be feminized so that their precious space isn't being wasted by a non-medicine producing male.
Even if we diverge from the target market of homegrow CBD super autos and enter the realm of commercial CBD super autos, we still end up with a market that will need feminized seeds to keep the costs of production as low as possible.
There is no good reason that I should turn the Patch Adams strain into regular seeds. There is a LOT to be gained by S1-ing them. (Even more would be gained if they had been the non-super autoflowers they were advertised as... )
So, all the boys got the CHOP
Each had a stalk measuring approximately 1.5 inches across. That's a pretty thick stiff rod for an auto.
After murdering our lady's two boyfriends, I really got in there and worked her over, twisting, bending and crushing her so she'll be ready for the rack in a few days! I also sprayed the top most branch with STS, using a cardboard sheet to keep the spray off the rest of the branches.
(All the plants were consenting, as much as plants can consent!!! Plants were harmed in the making of this true life drama and are now feeding the worms!)