- New heights - Vertigo Review by Spacecase
A good performer! Started under lights 25 days. Finished to perfection outdoors in 60-70 days. Plants uniform, no freaky phenotypes. First female pistils showing in 22days. Reached 60cm. Very resinous, nice nuggets. beware, very smelly when ripening. Easy to trim. 75g per plant. A champion plant this one. May be hard to beat?
Conclusion: Best auto yet...tried six so far. Thanks Paradise for another very fine hybrid. (Posted on 8/5/2012)
- Good for learning, high yield, great indica/sativa mix, powerfull, longlasting Review by Login
This was my 1st ever Autoflo strain. It was growing next to the Lowryder #2 strain in a 120cm HPS box.
It should have at least 1m of vertical space to grow (so it isnt the smallest among autoflowering strains) but it gets you quite stunning results in crops. In a box of 0,3m2 and 120cm hight paired with only 1 other automatic strain it got me around 40-60g of dry buds under 150W HPS. It took a bit longer to develop but it was growing in full Bio (no chems added or non natural fertilizers) and it took 85-90 days from seed about 5 days from seed to 1st appearance above surface. It has quite heavy smell so you have to be aware of that. The smell is little citrus 'ish. For sure not the most common Skunk or AK47 alike.
The strain is quite powerfull yet not stoning. The high takes longer to hit in (about 15 mins to feel about 30mins to hit the roof) and it can stay for as long as 3-5 hours! Medium amount of gastro.
Great strain if you look for a great indica/sativa autoflowering plant with indica dominance. (Posted on 3/2/2012)
- Vertigo Review by niceven
Got five Vertigo seeds last fall, planted one along with other autos for testing purpose. Plant has OK vigor and finished in 70 days. The bud take the longest time to start forming and from then on it goes fast. Flowering bulks up somewhat in the last couple of weeks. The unimpressive yield is offseted by the fine smell and the finished product has a potency level that is quite acceptable.
I enjoyed growing this plant and I am looking forward growing the reminder of my seeds outdoors next summer. (Posted on 12/8/2011)