The Ruderalis Skunk is one of the variants of the Cannabis Ruderalis strain. It is grown correspondingly as the original Cannabis Ruderalis itself. The essential conditions such as the supply of air, water, plant food, nutrients and light have to be met. Breeders must be careful about the fact that Ruderalis Skunk has a delicate vegetative phase. Hence the vegetative phase of the plant has to be cared about and no interruption should happen before the vegetative phase is over. The plant has an automatic transition to the flowering phase and this is when it starts to enter from the germination phase.
Most powerful Ruderalis
Ruderalis Skunk considers being the most powerful variant or the descendant of the family of Cannabis Ruderalis. For the production of the Ruderalis Skunk, scientists and botanists have made an interesting combination. The capabilities of autoflowering from the Ruderalis have been used in conjunction with the Skunk’s dependable qualities of both yield and potency to develop the Ruderalis Skunk. The process has largely benefited the hybrid growers as they can now afford to grow certain plants outdoors even with the shorter duration of summer.
50% Auto:50% Early
People believe that around, half of the Skunk i.e. 50% of the variants autoflower. The other half of Skunk variants have grown from the seeds which react to the photoperiod. They almost get flowers in the same instance as the other strains like Early Girl or the Early Skunk. Therefore, it has an additional advantage for the breeders. Which is to go for double harvesting for a particular breeding time or season.
Growth Patterns of Skunk
The Ruderalis Skunk resembles a growth pattern similar to that of a Skunk. They have an overall height slightly more than that of the Indica. The autoflowering strains of the Ruderalis Skunk have an overall height of no more than 2 meters. The formations of Skunk variant flowers are fast. And also strong with the presence of almost all internodes extending along stems or branches. It has to be kept in mind that overall breeding of the Ruderalis Skunk has a reverse process when compared to the other variant i.e. the Ruderalis Indica. The hybrid form of the Skunk supposes to retain the qualities such as vigor, yield, and potency of the entire family of the Skunk variants. It also has inherited a very unique property of flowering.