RUDERALIS SKUNK REGULARListen to text
Ruderalis Skunk Regular from Sensi Seeds is a hybrid that was created by crossing a Ruderalis and Skunk #1. This cross has resulted in a very suitable for cold climates with short and tumultuous summers strain.
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- Terpenes Complex
- Type Hybrid
- Flowering time Short
- Cannabinoids Active
- Yield capacity High
- Height Short
- Cultivation needs Low
- Family Skunk
Ruderalis Skunk Regular Marijuana Seeds
The Ruderalis Skunk Regular strain from Sensi Seeds is a hybrid that was created by crossing a Ruderalis and Skunk #1. This cross has resulted in a resistant, potent and autoflowering plant, very suitable for cold climates with with short and tumultuous summers. This is the the most powerful strain derived from C. Ruderalis.
The C. Ruderalis strain is native from eastern Europe, a strain adapted to grow in cold and harsh environments, tolerating vetry well thermal changes due to its features. It stands out for endurance, speed and ability to autoflower.
From C. Ruderalis has come Indica Ruderalis, whose features come mostly from the wild genetic lineage, while its sister, Ruderalis Skunk only maintains the autoflowering characteristic inherited from C. Ruderalis, harboring mostly Skunk characteristics like: cannabinoids, vigor and high production.
The plant of Ruderalis Skunk presents a Skunk structure, growing taller than a Indica but not as much as a sativa. It is able to produce flowers and resin that covers the whole plant very rapidly within 45-65 days.
Note that its genetic mix causes that 50% of the plants of the plants will be automatic and 50% photodependent but with early flowering like the Early Girl or Early Skunk Marijuanas, growing for longer time and producing higher yields.
Features of Ruderalis Skunk Regular Marijuana:
- Genotype: hybrid
- Genetics: Ruderalis x Skunk #1
- THC: unknown
- CBD: unknown
- Flowering: 45-65 days (indoor and outdoor - northern hemisphere)