This Afghan Kush Ryder strain is a combination of the original Afghan Kush and Ruderalis genetics. This Afghan Kush comes from a range of pure Indica strains which were grown in a small area of the Hindu Kush mountains in Northern Pakistan. Over the generations this strain has been crossed and re-crossed in order to create a strain which is both autoflowering and has perfect Indica characteristics.
The effect of the strain is extremely relaxing which makes it ideal for those suffering from stress, anxiety, pain, and insomnia. The taste and scent of the plant is very like the original Afghan Kush. Since this strain does not rely on photoperiod flowering its yields are far more impressive. This strain flowers particularly impressively the better the conditions of its environment. It should be planted as soon as the good weather starts, if being grown outside.
This strain is both autoflowering and feminised making it far easier to grow than a number of other seed types. Autoflowering means that the plan flowers on its own rather than as a result of a light cycle. This means that it doesn't experience the same growth periods as regular seeds, in fact the skip and entire section of growth known as the vegetative stage.
This in turn means that the seeds will flower much faster than other seed types as well has giving larger yields and being able to grow to a smaller height without sacrificing these yields. This makes autoflowering plants ideal for indoor growing.
Feminised seeds will only grow into female plants. This means that growers do not have to deal with the nuisance usually presented by the male plants. The males in a regular crop must be removed at the start of the flowering process. This wastes not only time and energy but also money as around half of the seeds bought by the grower are simply being thrown away.
Feminised seeds are also of a higher level of quality and uniformity. This means that autoflowering feminised seeds are easier to grow, higher yielding, faster flowering, and of a better overall quality.