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Lowryder #2 is the second installment in the Joint Doctor's auto-flowering series. It is the follow up to the Joint Doctor's flagship strain, Lowryder. Lowryder #2 was the second product of the breeder's quest to improve the strength, yield and flavor of his original variety while maintaining the unusual characteristics that made it so popular. Lowryder #2 has been infused with superior Santa Maria genetics, a variety known for copious resin production, exotic taste and soaring highs, it is an indica / sativa hybrid originally from Brazil. The cross was subsequently selectively inbred for three generations. The result is an auto-flowering dwarf that yields a wonderfully strong, head-turning smoke with intoxicating taste. The strength and flavor is backed by copious resin production and much-improved yield and stability. Buds are larger, tighter and more aromatic than the original Lowryder. As with Original Lowryder, no separate room or light cycle is needed to flower Lowryder #2. Outdoors, Lowryder #2 will mature quicker than any non-auto-flowering variety.
Lowryder #2 was created by the legendary breeder The Joint Doctor, responsible for creating the very first commercially available auto-flowering strain - Lowryder. He has been working on auto-flowering genetics longer than any breeder and his famous strains are all offered now through Seedsman Seeds.
DetailsLowryder #2 is the second installment in the Joint Doctor's auto-flowering series. It is the follow up to the Joint Doctor's flagship strain, Lowryder. Lowryder #2 was the second product of the breeder's quest to improve the strength, yield and flavor of
|Genetics||Santa Maria x Lowryder|
|Max. Flowering Time||6 weeks|
|CBD Content||Low (0-1%)|
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