Discussion Northern Lights x Big Bud Ryder Auto (World of Seeds)
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A masterpiece of pro-level cannabis breeding, Northern Light x Big Bud Ryder is an autoflowering marijuana strain that moves the class of autoflowers forward. Its bountiful resin-loaded buds exude the flavors and aromas of refreshing juicy citrus. This bold terpene profile works in tandem with 21% THC and elevated CBD levels to create highly a medicinal effect, quickly easing bodily pains and anxiety. Due to the relaxing nature of this automatic weed strain, it’s better to use it at night time.
- World of Seeds
- Breathtaking stone
- Northern Lights x Big Bud Auto
- 1st Auto, Copa Natura Verde 2013
- 600 g/m² indoors 200 g/plant outdoors
- 70 days
- Indica dominant
- 21 %
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