For many years Ruderalis was an unusable curiosity in the world of weed. Then, a few years ago breeders came up with the idea of using the Cannabis Ruderalis 10-week life cycle and tried to combine it with the potency of traditional sativa and indica strains. The result was a new type of cannabis which flowered automatically. A seed could be planted and 10 weeks later, irrespective of lighting or grow conditions, the plant was fully mature.
It is ironic that Cannabis Ruderalis was ignored for so long. Dutch Passion now invest heavily in research and development of Cannabis Ruderalis as it has allowed an exciting new branch of cannabis genetics to open up. AutoFem strains are easy to grow, easy to keep hidden in your garden and have excellent potency. People that only ever grew indoor cannabis strains now plant a pack of AutoFem seeds every year. Growing them couldn’t be any easier!
Modern AutoFlowering strains are much improved over the first ones that were produced. Inconsistent growth, hermie problems and lack of potency issues have all been overcome. In Dutch Passions case, the AutoFem varieties are stable, and very potent. 25-50 grams of great bud is typically produced from AutoFem strains grown in small containers. But if the AutoFem plant is given good soil and light then 100-200 grams is regularly achieved.
This is my first time using your autoflower seeds, I am on Day 34 of Flowering, and I am very very impressed, I have never seen a Bud, so thick and tall solid 15″ Bud on the head, with two weeks left, Will be using you again, Want to try the automazar as well!
Cannabis Ruderalis is a branch of the ganja family that has adapted for life in extreme northern climates such as Northern Europe, Northern Russia and Canada. These regions have short growing seasons, just 3 months of half decent weather. Normal cannabis indica/sativa simply can’t grow properly in these cold climates with short summers. Cannabis Ruderalis however has cleverly adapted to the extremely short growing season by adapting an automatic growing cycle. With only a short summer to use, Ruderalis plants germinate and immediately set about a frantic growth cycle that allows them to grow, flower and seed in just 10 weeks. This is the only way Cannabis Ruderalis can survive.
Date: 22 september 2011
The first generation of cannabis indica/sativa strains crossed with Ruderalis genetics were called ‘Automatic’. Dutch Passion made their automatic strains fully feminised and called them ‘AutoFem’ strains. Today some of these AutoFem strains are more popular than the traditional varieties which we have sold for deacdes. AutoFem strains have been a revolution for medical and recreational growers. They are maintenance free, they grow to around 1 metre (easy to hide) and are ready in just 10 weeks. Everyone is growing them.
For most of its history, no-one has been too interested in the ‘forgotten’ member of the cannabis family known as Cannabis Ruderalis. Unlike Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Sativa, Ruderalis lacks the potent pyschoactive properties and for this fundamental reason Ruderalis has been largely ignored.
The potency of the best Auto’s such as Auto Mazar and the connoisseurs’ favourite AutoBluberry is just as good as traditional varieties. But it is the insane yields we are seeing with AutoMazar that has surprised so many in the world of cannabis. Grow Diary
Cannabis Ruderalis For most of its history, no-one has been too interested in the ‘forgotten’ member of the cannabis family known as Cannabis Ruderalis. Unlike Cannabis Indica and Cannabis
Thanks for all the helpful info.
You can?t tell if the (Ruderalis) gene is in a plant by the look. A friend of ours was developing a version of white widow from a Canadian source extremely potent and resinous after several generations auto flowering turned up so they destroyed the whole line seed stock and all. Why do you think there might be Ruderalis in your strain it seems pretty unlikely to me. A couple of Canadian seed banks have used it quite a lot. In Holland its hardly been used at all, Nevil experimented with it and dropped it. Sensi sell a hybrid version and it is in Swiss Miss / Myst but that?s about it. – Ot1.
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If you don’t use seeds that have been crossed with Rudy, you shouldn’t have any problems, so it seems. If one is gonna X Rudy with say AK47 & you have some AK seeds left you shouldn’t have any problems with the original un X’d AK beans. Seems if you kept the un X’d beans separate there should be no worries.
Shouldn’t the ‘problems’ only be found in the seeds that came from the X?
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Not trying to cute or funny. I’m a bit new at the Ruderalis strain.
Ruderalis: real Ruderalis is a single stem plant like a willow whip and x number of weeks after germination will begin flowering irrespective of light hours. Once this is in a strain it never goes away even if all auto flowerers are weeded out, it will reappear after a generation or two when the genes recombine to the dominant form its like sickle cell anemia except you cant tell the carriers with Ruderalis. Ruderalis doesn?t have large colas either. In the early days of wild strain collection, indicas from western Afghanistan were often mistakenly called Ruderalis they were early flowering with large colas. They also will often initiate flo wering early, but can be reveged. The difference is that with real Ruderalis once flowering is initiated it cant be revegitated you can root cuttings with just a few flowers under 24 hr lighting and it just makes tiny co las. It?s no t a thing to pass on to future generations.
Pure Ruderalis, despite flo wering automatically, finishes in no less than 10 weeks if AT ALL. There is absolutely no use for the plant other than setting flo wer in equatorial varieties. This comes directly from Nevil and my own experience. – Lady J
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