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Tundra is an autoflowering version of one of our favorite strains called Passion #1. With the addition of autoflowering properties it became an absolutely “noob-friendly” variety. It’s crazy how the process of cultivation became so incredibly simple. Now you don’t even need to change the light cycle, for Christ’s sakes! Cannabis cultivation has never been so easy.
The wild Ruderalis plants that grow naturally in Russia are extraordinarily sturdy and tough. They don’t care about the terrible continental climate or the fact, that cannabis remains illegal out there. It’s weed, it’s supposed to be extremely resilient. And now, when the genes of Ruderalis are inserted into the photoperiod strains genotypes, the new strains exhibit the same kind of persistence, while the psychoactive effects remain essentially just as strong.
The Tundra is the perfect example of that. It’s a stocky and compact plant (as a rule, its height is about 80 to 120 centimeters) that only lives for 70 to 75 days, counting from the day when the seeds were germinated. Plants keep vegging for about two to three weeks only. After that all you have to do is just wait until the harvest day comes.
Smoking this weed produces mainly sedative and relaxing effects, that will be equally enjoyable for both novice smokers and connoisseurs have been puffin’ their entire lives.


Feminized Feminized Feminized
Type Autoflowering
Gentype Genotype Indica 50% / Ruderalis 50%
Genetics Genetics Passion #1 x (Russia / Canada x Indica)
Flowering Flowering 10 weeks
Harvest Harvest 25-30 gr/plant
Height Height 80 - 120 cm
THC Thc 9.0%
CBD Cbd Medium
outdoor Method Outdoor
indoor Method Indoor
greenhouse Method Greenhouse





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