Speed Ryder #2

Speed Ryder #2 Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
12 to 15%
Yield
250 to 350 g/m2 indoors, 30 to 60 g/plant outdoors
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Climate
Warm, tropical climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
0.30 to 0.60m indoors, ≤1m outdoors
Flavors
Earthy, Spicy, Skunk, and Fruit

Where To Buy Speed Ryder #2 Marijuana Seeds

Speed Ryder #2 Marijuana Seeds Information

The Speed Ryder #2 is an autoflowering strain that smells nice and spicy while also giving a complex but aromatic earthy scent. 

This hybrid, introduced by AC Genetics, is a crossing between Low Ryder #1 and Brazillian Santa Maria. It boasts a better yield, taste, and THC level than its parental strains. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Speed Ryder #2?

The flavor of the strain is set up on a spicy and earthy backdrop. It is dominantly skunk-like in flavor but added with the distinct aftertaste of fruits. 

This variety gives a generally calming and soothing effect on users. Expect that you will feel more relaxed and come after taking this strain. While the effects are mostly cerebral in nature, it also boasts a medium-strong body high. 

What are the medical benefits of Speed Ryder #2?

The strain is beneficial in controlling migraines, eliminating depression, fighting insomnia, combatting fatigue, and easing menstrual cramps. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Speed Ryder #2?

Typical side effects of consuming the strain are red eyes and dry mouth. On a case to case basis, there may be occurrences of random thinking, lack of perception of time and inability to concentrate. 

How to Grow Speed Ryder #2? 

The strain can be grown indoors or outdoors. The plant is quite short and bushy, thus making it great for the discreet grower. The plant forms a dense main coldly with several buds on side branches. Pruning is advised to end up with larger buds. 

The plant grows plenty dark green leaves and will automatically flower on its own. Just be sure that it is provided with enough water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide in order to thrive. 

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on email
Email