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Cannabis Ruderalis

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Welcome @Cracks!

 

Are you talking about autoflowers or pure Ruderalis? I am going to assume autoflowers as you likely want some thc. 

 

I wouldn't recommend it for beginners as any mistakes made can set the plant back and affect your yield. 

However its not particularly difficult, so after you've done a grow or two you should be more than capable of growing some autos without hiccups. 

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Autoflowers are fussy plants. If you dont know them. The plant will start flowering independent of light cycle. What you have to know is the plant will start flowering as soon as the tap root hits the bottom of the pot. Thus you need to plant them in the pot you want to flower in. I recommend a 20l pot for outdoors. Also they don't want to be fed heavilly. The need a very airy soil. Buy the right genetics. Mephisto, nightOwl and ethos has some amasing flowers.

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I'm actually talking about the pure ruderalis itself.. Got a plant growing at home and wish to make some oil from it

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@Cracks Ruderalis does not have a very high THC content, I believe it is less than 3%. I believe the CBD levels may be higher but not sure how high in terms of percentage, it would vary between strains and plants as well.

 

Depending on what you want to achieve, I'd say get some seeds for a strain which is suited to that purpose.

Autoflowers are typically a cross between ruderalis (somewhere in the lineage) and other plants which may be high in CBD or high in THC. Typically one would want to keep the autoflowering characteristics of the ruderalis and then try get the other characteristics of the plant its being bred with.

 

Are you wanting to get high THC or high CBD? Is there a reason you want to go for an autoflowering plant?

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Just giving the plant a chance I guess

I have various plants that's fairly high on thc so I'm interested to check the cbd levels of this one I have

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41 minutes ago, Cracks said:

Just giving the plant a chance I guess

I have various plants that's fairly high on thc so I'm interested to check the cbd levels of this one I have

Alright, fair enough.

 

If you want, why not consider a plant specifically bred for high CBD levels?

 

If you have any specific questions regarding Ruderalis or autoflowers, let us know and I am sure one of the members can assist.

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