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hempCountdown Begins!! 1 Question — What is the Hemp Ruderalis Type?

Countdown Begins!! 1 Question — What is the Hemp Ruderalis Type?

“What is the hemp ruderalis type is possibly a question you did not even know that it needed to be asked. ”


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  • The Scientists & Breeders Get Involved
  • The Autoflowering Aspect
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Cannabis covers hemp and marijuana. Then hemp, divided into three types of indica, sativa and hybrid also has another type.  However, scientist say that on a molecular level there is no difference between the three. So then what is the Ruderalis types?

What is the Hemp Ruderalis Type? – A New Discovery

When you go into a dispensary that has CBD for sale, more than likely you will not ask for Ruderalis and neither will it be on their shelfs. But ruderalis type is still a force. It may turn out that the ruderalis strain seeds are in the genetic lineage of your favorite CBD flower. This is an additional cannabis type beyond indica and sativa labeled ruderalis type.  In today’s cannabis language the ruderalis plant will have one or all of the following characteristics:

  • Autoflowering
  • Distinct physical structure
  • Equal levels of CBD and THC so a 1:1 ratio.

What is the Hemp Ruderalis Type? – The Scientist & Breeders Get Involved

In 1976, two scientists, Ernest Small and Arthur Cronquist joined into the discussion regarding the cannabis species as being one central species labelling it sativa. Then human breeders became involved and the next thing is two subspecies – sativa and indica. Scientists are wobbling now on their theories saying that both subspecies may have existed before human intervention. This is the reasoning the scientists give for seldom using “ruderalis” in our cannabis vocabulary.

The distinction was made between indica, sativa and ruderalis by how much CBD and THC was in each. But even these definitions have changed since the days of the fathers of cannabis wrote in their journals. The reason for some of these changes is that human breeders because involved in extensive crossbreeding. The definition of ruderalis now is that THC:CBD is 1:1: ratio.

What is the Hemp Ruderalis Type? – The Autoflowering Aspect

Ruderalis cannabis plants are autoflowering. This means that the plant will flower according to the age of the plant not by the hours of sunlight or artificial light it has. The autoflowering is undesirable for commercial growers because they cannot manipulate the growth like they do in indica and sativa types. It also accounts for the shortened flowering period which works for those growers with indoor facilities.

If growing for medicinal purposes, growers find the high-CBD, ruderalis provides desirable effects with less management needed. Today, growers and breeders are using the ruderalis strains for their seeds to breed new CBD options for sale with particular effects in a new strain to grow. So, it is unlikely that you can walk into a dispensary looking for CBD for sale and find a ruderalis strain.  But still ruderalis is a factor in the cannabis community even though it merely affects the lineage of certain new strains in the future of cannabis breeders.


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