Girl Scout Cookies Auto

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Cookies
Taste:
Cookies
Room: Indoor | Outdoor
Gender: Feminized
Genes: Sativa/Indica
Genetics: Girl Scout Cookies autoflowering
Flowering: 8-9 weeks
Harvest: XL
Height US: up to 40 inches
Height EU: 60-100cm
THC: Very High
CBD: Low
Autoflowering: Yes
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€9 €9
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€40 €40
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€80 €80
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Description

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Girl Scout Cookies is a worldwide phenomenon.  As one of the best Californian strains of all time, this world-class hybrid holds a special place in our strain library.

Our Girl Scout Cookies seeds have millions of fans all over the world, and we like to think we've played a roll in popularizing this amazing variety outside of the United States. It took years of R&D to recreate an autoflower GSC that does the original justice.  We started with two stellar phenotypes of the original Girl Scout Cookies strain and created an autoflowering version of the legendary GSC genetics.  The result is an indica-dominant hybrid autoflower and with enough sativa traits to keep the couch-lock away.  Like baking cookies, growing this strain is easy, but requires time and attention.  Your childhood wishes have all finally came true: cookies now do grow on trees.

GSC stands out as one of the brightest and most exotic varieties to date. It's a true masterpiece and well worth the price.  Want a cookie?

Taste & Aroma

Girl Scout Cookies tastes sweet, like, you guessed it, cookies! Its dominating flavor will please any sweet tooth, and earthy notes give the flavor unrivaled depth. 

Girl Scout Cookies Review

The effects from our Girl Scout Cookies strain hit both body and mind.  Enjoy a boost to focus and socialization, but try not to be distracted by the oh so pleasant body buzz. One of our test growers put it this way, "This was my favorite strain so far based on the two plants I grew. The buds are rock solid and covered in goo. It's hard to pinpoint the smell, but it's extremely pleasant and makes its presence known from a distance. Will absolutely be growing the cookies in the future but not before I get through the rest of the Fast Buds line-up. This strain is awesome. I highly recommend."

How It Grows

Our Girl Scout Cookies seeds are feminized and are ready for harvest in approximately 8-9 weeks. This plant is a big contender for the NBA, growing up to 60 – 100cm in height (up to 40 inches) whether the grow is indoor or outdoor. The flowers of this plant display a reddish-orange tinge.  Over time, they grow a thick white layer of trichomes that will be a welcome sight to any grower. To optimize development and Girl Scout Cookies yield, we recommend that your feeding schedule include extra amounts of nutrients.  The plants will respond well with greater bud growth. 

Its minimal CBD and powerful THC content of up to 22% makes it one of our strongest strains for sale. It possesses a very distinct odor, so don't forget your carbon filters during cultivation. You don't want the Girl Scouts to be able to sniff you out!    

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Rs
4 of 5
@Ryan Schoening,I'm trying to get my photo to load but I'm expecting a pound off mine she's just starting to flower and stack up she's 8 weeks old today in coco
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Na
4 of 5
@Naya,My GSC seed from 2fast4buds is germinating slowly. It has been more than a week and the taproot is less than a inch. Is not my first seed from 2fast4buds maybe i bought an old seed
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Fb
@Fast Buds,If it doesn't work out we always have our germination warranty. Check out our FAQ for details :-)
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Na
@Naya,the taproot came out 3 days after my last comment. I suppose the temperature in my country wasn't the appropriate to germinate the seed but now she is growing fast and beautiful. This is my first grow and Im pretty sure i will buy more seeds from 2fast4buds.
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Mf
4 of 5
@Matt Foreman,Oops forgot the full pic. GSC
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Mf
5 of 5
@Matt Foreman,My second grow with you guys. Genetics are insane!!! This is my GSC. 34"
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Fe
4 of 5
@Feaco,Hi I've have purchased some girl scout cookies and west coast OG. what light cycle would you recommend??
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Fb
@Fast Buds,At least 18/6, some growers also do 20/4. Check out Fast Buds on GrowDiaries to see what the top growers are doing.
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Rr
4 of 5
@Reni Rambus,Hi, just getting near the end of my first grow with these. Looking good so far but I'm not sure when the ideal harvest time will be.Southern hemisphere (currently summer, started in mid-spring), greenhouse, "premium" hardware store soil, potash and Gogo Juice. Pots range from 3 to 5 gallons.It's day 73 since seed now and the fan leaves are yellowing and dying but the sugar leaves are still green and there are still at least 50% white pistils. I've never been able to tell the difference between clear and milky trichomes, but I'm at least pretty confident there are no amber ones yet.I want to make sure I time the harvest right. Any particular signs I should be looking for?
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Techinally trichomes are the best indicator, but a lot of growers just go by the pistils curling.
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Ja
5 of 5
@Jaime Ayala,Hi guys, why 18/6 Is better than 20/4 on the photoperiod?
Thanks
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Generally, more is better. We'd tend toward 20/4.
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Generally, the more light the better, so 20/4. :-)
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Pe
5 of 5
@Peter,Hi guys I wonder to know if my growbox 40x40x100 and 100w led its gonna be enough for two of those plants, I'm planning to put them into 2 gallon pots ?
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Fb
@Fast Buds,That should be enough space, but 100w sounds dim for a few plants.
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Lo
4 of 5
@Lewis Oake,hi, i am planning on using this seed in my first grow.
what soil,nuteraints would you recommend to use.
Also is there anything else i should be aware of.
-amount of light
-how often it getting watered.
Thanks lewis
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Wm
@Willy Maresca,She doesn't need anything special.Trust me,it is really an easy plant to grow,doesn't care about anything.I had temps over 30 for first 2 weeks of veg stage and humidity was below 35 but she grew amazingly.I'm watering it every 5 days with 2lt of water,3gal pots(12 lt)
As soil,I have Plagron Light Mix and I'm applying Tang's Easy Auto Feeding Schedule,you can easily find it on google.
I would absolutely recommend it to any grower,especially newbies like me.Can't wait to taste it,she has too many trics on her,looks beautiful.
search for 909toomuch on growdiaries.com and take a look at my diary,you'll find anything you need there.
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Ch
5 of 5
@chicocohete,Hi
Ph for vegetative period and bloom?
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Hi chicocohete!It depends on the medium you'll use. In soil, the most usual one, 6.5 is ok.We hope it helps!Thanks for asking!
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Fi
5 of 5
@Fieldy,best light schedule using HPS?
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Fb
@Fast Buds,hi, the optimal is 18/6. Watch out the temperatures and the distances with HPS and it's okay.We hope it helps a bit
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Dw
4 of 5
@Davis Williamson,flowered super quick, plus tastes like tangie which has nothing to do w/ the lineage so it doesn't even seem like the correct seeds were sent
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Hi Davis, please contact us to [email protected]
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Bu
5 of 5
@Buddette,Hey Fast Buds! Any clue why my GSC girl is behind in growth? She looks healthy but we're now in day 37 and she still hasn't stretched much (only 13" tall) or started to flower. Shes in a 3 gal fabric pot with coco. Here's a pic with her next to Green Crack. Both started at the same time.
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Hi Buddette! Thanks for asking!well, GSC can be a bit laggard, but it should come along nicely. Let her do. You can also check your soil PH, maybe it is locked. If so, you should water with plain water until she gets recovered.Hope it helps a bit! enjoy!
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Fm
5 of 5
@Felipe Montalva,just bought 9 for the first time growing GSC how many plants is recomended for a 1.2 squar meter space, with yield production in mind ?
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Hi, Felipe! It will depend on the light power you have. If you have a great lamp, you can put less but make them bigger.
i hope it helps! Thanks for asking! enjoy!
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Be
4 of 5
@Bob E,Looks very nice I'm planning to order these seeds, though I have one question left.How much can I expect to harvest outdoor? 70-300? On what does this number depend?
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Fb
@Fast Buds,It depends on everything, bro. :) The pots size, the hours of direct light, the temperature, the nutes, the soil...
If you grow her properly, you can go for that yields, yes.Enjoy it!
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