|Genetics||70% indica - 30% ruderalis|
|Parents||Skunk #1 x ruderalis|
|Flowering period||45-65 days|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October|
|Available as||Regular seeds|
|Seed bank||Sensi Seeds|
Ruderalis Skunk is quite a unique strain. Sensi Seeds decided that it’s time to elevate Skunk genetics to the next level. They directed their attention to unexplored regions, where Skunk had evolved into something magnificent. The growth is quite thick and solid, and the aromas are outlandishly pungent. Ruderalis Skunk is an indica-dominant strain that induces classic old-school sensations. Ganja connoisseurs will embrace this beauty, without exception. Let’s check out why this strain is so unique.
Sensi Seeds mixed their finest Skunk varieties with a top-notch ruderalis strain. This resulted in Ruderalis Skunk, which can become either photoperiod or autoflowering. Around 50% of the plants will be dependent on the photoperiod cycle, while 50% of the crop will finish faster thanks to autoflowering characteristics. Therefore, the yields will present themselves in two stages, the first batch will derive from solid and short autoflowering phenos, while the second higher-yielding batch will derive from the slower photoperiod phenos. The highs are reminiscent of high-quality Skunks; cerebral activity entangled with spacey psychedelic vibes and physical, indica tingles will definitely delight the user. Medium potency nugs will deliver perfectly functional highs, if consumed in relatively chilled amounts.
The flowering period spans between 6-9 weeks. The heights depend on the phenos, although generally medium heights are to be expected. Dense nugs will grow and dominate the internodal areas of the thick stems. It’s quite important to keep in mind, that some plants will become autoflowering, and some photoperiod. Therefore, when grown outdoors, Ruderalis Skunk needs to be nicely timed with the fall season.