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cannabis ruderalis seeds for sale

Sensi Seeds Bank has used the trait of early flowering of Ruderalis to improve the yields of some of it’s best Skunk varieties .

The other 50 % will be ready later, at the end of October.

The Ruderalis Indica from Sensi Seeds Bank is an early flowering strain that grows wild in some areas of eastern Europe and Russia.

The advantage of a Ruderalis hybrid is that approximately the 50 % of the plants begins the flowering on the 5th to 7th internode, independent of the photoperiod (with an ending date of 1th September)

This is a strong and vigorous outdoor cannabis strain that can handle harsh climate conditions, but definitely prefers a cold and humid climate because of its heavy, dense Indica bud formation.

Ruderalis Indica® captures the unique flowering properties of the Cannabis Ruderalis land-race, which grows wild across Eastern Europe. Through breeding with psychoactive Indicas from the south, Sensi has added potency and the result is this hardy, extra-early hybrid that can succeed in almost any environment. Requiring little equipment other than pots, soil and plant food, Ruderalis Indica can reward even first-time growers.

Ruderalis Indica is lower in THC than most hybrids, with a comparatively high proportion of CBD. This means she is an ideal strain for medicinal cannabis users who benefit from the many subtle effects of cannabinoids and prefer not to be overwhelmed by the unsubtle effects of being stoned.

C.Ruderalis is noted for the unusual traits which allow it to reproduce in the short summers and very harsh winters of its native lands. Wild Ruderalis seeds can be shed from a female and lie dormant in the soil, surviving freezing temperatures for several seasons before germinating normally. Land-race plants can complete their life cycle with remarkable speed, developing from seedlings into seed-bearing adults in just 10-12 weeks.

Most interestingly, Ruderalis Indica® is a semi auto-flowering strain, meaning that around 50% of the plants bloom according to their age, rather than being triggered to flower by a changing light-cycle, usually beginning after the 5th to 7th set of true leaves.

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