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Pakistan Ryder, as you’ve probably already guessed, is an autoflowering plant that originates from a cross between Pakistan Valley and an anonymous autoflowering variety. The resulting strain proved itself to be a strong, robust and highly resistant to all sorts of pests. Keep in mind that the Pakistan Ryder is an autoflower, so it DOES NOT require the 12/12 light schedule to start flowering. Plants begin the blooming period automatically.
What you see here are the feminized seeds of highest quality. They germinate within 2 days, then the vegetative stage starts, which is only going to take two to three weeks on average. Pakistan Ryder can be grown outdoors with the great results too! As a matter of fact, thanks to the Ruderalis ancestry the strain acclimatizes to any kind of climate rather easily. So if you were unlucky enough to be born somewhere where sun doesn’t keep the summer long enough for the photoperiod strains, Pakistan Ryder is here to the rescue.
Very pleasant high, slightly sedative and perfectly suited for hanging out with friends or even family meetings! That really just depends on whether your relatives like to blaze or not… Try not the underestimate the Pakistani Ryder, the earth-shattering psychoactive might of the strain had been accurately measured (20% THC).

Properties

Feminized Feminized Feminized
Type Autoflowering
Gentype Genotype mostly Indica
Genetics Genetics pakistan valley/rudelaris
Flowering Flowering 45-55 days
Harvest Harvest 250 - 350 gr/m
Height Height 50-120cm
THC Thc 20.0%
CBD Cbd High
outdoor Method Outdoor
indoor Method Indoor
greenhouse Method Greenhouse

Taste

Earthy
Pine
Woody

Effects

Relaxed
Uplifted
Creative
Sleepy
Talkative

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