Growers will, however, be pleased to know that Aurora Indica is far from being just a clever name. It’s a compact and robust strain, which shows its Northern Lights ancestry through its coating of glittering, white resin crystals. Indoors it will be ready in 9-11 weeks, while outdoor growers will be harvesting around mid-September, which is good news for growers in colder climates as it is early enough to beat autumn frosts. Yields are respectable, coming in at around 300g/sm indoors. Growers who operate an effective sea of green system could push this up to 400g/sm.
While Aurora Indica may be short in stature, it is high in potency. In fact it’s probably one of the most potent Indicas out there. It’s definitely one for night-time use and will provide pain relief and release from stress to ensure the user gets a great night’s sleep. For all its potency it has a sweet and floral taste, with a hint of pine for freshness.