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World of Seeds - Pakistan Ryder Auto

World of Seeds - Pakistan Ryder Auto cannabis seed
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WFS321
Genetics:
Landrace Proceeding From Pakistan Re-Crossed With Rudelaris
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Pakistan Valley comes from the Hindu Kush mountains in Northern Pakistan.

This cross is a good example of Cannabis Ruderalis, which, over the generations, has been crossed and re-crossed to produce a strain with Indica characteristics and the autoflowering genetic programming of Ruderalis. The result is quite a bushy plant with typical indica characteristics that can grow to 40-80cm.

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Feminized?Yes
Autoflowering?Yes
Ruderalis StrainsYes
Mostly Indica?Yes
HeightMedium
Flowering TimeMedium
YieldGood
Yield Notes450-550 G/M2 INDOOR / 25-60 G/PLANT OUTDOOR
THC ContentHigh
GeneticsLandrace Proceeding From Pakistan Re-Crossed With Rudelaris

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