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    Also in turn, some strains will do better outdoors then others. But the reason you see the increase of hybridized ruderalis type strains for out door use. Is the stuff will actually finish while its still warm outdoors. To get prime outdoor bud, you need to put your plants in the ground when it is warm outside and harvest while it is still warm. Most strains just aren't quick enough to finish within that type of time frame, in most areas. Now, if you live somewhere where the grow season is much longer that's a different story.

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    They're chugging right along. The stubby girl in front has the most interesting bud formation. The classic "hairs" you expect to see are very, very subdued on that plant. There is definitely very dense growth at the tips and with close inspections you can see pistils but they aren't the long, fat ones I'm used too. The node spacing has me all happy as well. The tops just climb right by the fans, on the shorter plants. I love it.
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    Now "we" (Wonder Seeds) turned to ditch weed rather then ruderalis to achieve similar goals. But where as ruderalis is a weak, low yielding plant in general... The wild hemp is much more vigorous and high yielding. It's also more of a blank slate when properly bred. Allowing greater expression of quality characteristics.
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    I had thought that the Ruderalis was the autoflowering plant, or at least a contributing factor in autoflowering genes. Is that correct?
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    Bud formation on the two taller plants is coming along nicely. I've started a little feeding regimen. The short plant though, it has me scratching my head. The buds are plentiful but very tiny. The calyxs are tiny, the bud sites are quite small as well. The plant is very healthy overall but won't be producing much if it continues on the same vein. They'll be dense nugs, just about the size of a peanut.
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    That low yielder, that's probably a half an half ditch cross I'm guessing.

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    The half ditchers are extremely sativa. And oddly enough can be wildly potent, almost to a point, where I couldn't smoke them.

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    Also a lot of the half ditchers will show some color of purple, to one degree or another.

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    Well, I will hope for extreme potency. Because the weight won't be much. It is responding well to bloom nutes, frosting up a bit too.

    The tallest plant has a really great citrus aroma now, the next one down, smells somewhat plant-like, with a hint of musk. Almost no aroma from the unit with peanut buds.
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    The tall girl.
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