The Ruderalis Indica is one of the variants of the Cannabis Ruderalis family and has different traits compared to the Ruderalis Skunk. The Indica variant of the Ruderalis family has the very unique and special flowering properties of the landrace belonging to the Ruderalis family. These are also growing quite extensively in the wilder environments towards the Eastern parts of Europe.
The seeds belonging to the Indica plants are non-feminized regular type. Also, the overall structure of the Indica plant is very compact. As a result, the approximate time for the flowering of Indica variants is around 40 – 50 days with almost 90% yields of the Indica. The Ruderalis Indica has relatively low levels of THC content than other forms of hybrids however with higher levels of CBD as common in the Ruderalis family. Hence we can say, that the Indica version of Ruderalis will definitely benefit the breeders especially for medical purposes.
Growing Ruderalis Indica
People who are interested to grow marijuana indoors should ensure that the plants have sufficient supply of light. Lights belonging to the red or blue spectrum serve the purpose of marijuana growing but it is better to have light in fluorescent form ranging in power from 250 – 800 watts. For indoor growing supply of air could be in the form of breeze provided by a fan. Please make sure that you supply adequate water to the plants but do not overwater them.
The outdoor growing of marijuana has the same requirements. It is best to plant them in pots so you can move them around easily. Also, to ensure sunlight exposure for at least 4-6 hrs a day. The soil is better if it is fluffy and loose as perlite helps the plant grow. Preventive measures is a must. So that the plant is not attacked by pests or insects. Especially in the first 4-5 weeks.
However, breeding of the Indica variant has also been done in the southern parts utilizing special psychoactive compounds. This has resulted to some hardy forms of plants with added qualities. Like the very first hybrids that developed. Furthermore, the Ruderalis Indica can provide good rewards to amateur breeders because it does not need the use of any special equipment. Only soil, plant food and pots are enough. Therefore, these are some of the essential factors for the growth of Indica Ruderalis.