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Easy Rider (Autoflowering Seeds)

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Easy Rider (Autoflowering Seeds)

Availability: In stock

- Feminized Cannabis Seeds
- Autoflowering
- Flowering 50 - 55 days
- 0.85 gram per watt of light
- Ruderalis x (Indica x Sativa)

Available in original packs of 5 seeds.


This new Ruderalis and Skunk crossing is a little beauty. It is an auto-flowering variety, which means that it has the special feature of blooming according to the age of the plant, rather than the light cycle. The auto-flowering feature of the Easy Rider makes this plant particularly well suited for tough growing conditions. Easy Rider normally begins flowering when the plant is growing its seventh set of leaves. This little plant that usually grows to a height of 90-120 cm, and can be harvested at the end of September. Originating from the Siberian tundra, this little lady is a tough one, and she can handle harsh conditions better than any other. Easy Rider is a great choice for the busy grower or for growing under less than optimal circumstances. She requires less attention, and is therefore less demanding than a Sativa, or even an Indica. Easy Rider is a crossing of Ruderalis and Skunk. Ruderalis’ growing capacities are extraordinary. This little dwarf grows practically anywhere, and is able to take care of itself. Ruderalis in itself does not give a fantastic high, that is why we crossed it with our favourite Skunk; to give it great effects as well as excellent growing capabilities. The result is the wonderful Easy Rider: an easily grown variety with fabulous effects. Easy Rider has a pungent smell, slightly bitter Indica scent and a mouthwatering flavour. The high is a clear-headed with a relaxed Indica body stone, and it gives a tingling, happy buzz. Perfect for partying!
Additional Information

Additional Information

Seed Bank Ceres Seeds
Type Autoflowering
Sativa / Indica Indica / Sativa
Flowering Time < 60 days
Climate No
Yield M +
Height Average
Special Features No

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