Red Dwarf

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This small, White Dwarf-like plant was crossed with a Skunk in order to improve flavor and relaxing effect; this plant takes just 2 months to mature.

Flavor Earthy
Climate Dry
Effect Sleep-inducing relaxant
Genotype Autoflowering
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Red Dwarf by Buddha is a feminized autoflowering strain that grows short and compact, producing indica-like buds. It takes just 2 months total to finish up its cycle. It’s extremely similar to White Dwarf, with slightly different flavors and aromas.

When planted indoors, you’re guaranteed a large resin yield and a gorgeous-looking plant. The entire process takes 2 months when growing at a constant 20h light period in order to get up too 400g per square meter. In order to achieve this you’ll need to use a SoG mesh with around 9-16 plants per square meter and per 600w light. This is the perfect method for growers that don’t have much space too grow in, as they only grow about 50cm tall.

Outdoors it’ll take a bit longer, and it’s a bit harder to water correctly as it’s easy to overwater but it also dries up quite fast; you’ll need to keep waterings under control, especially during the first 20 days of life, as the roots need to grow as much as possible. You’ll want to dilute a root stimulant in the water you’re using during the growth phase. Red Dwarf gives an average of 20-40g per plant.

It has a Skunk, earthy flavor, spicier than White Dwarf. Its buds go a beautiful orange-reddish kind of color. Iit has a very indica effect; physically relaxing with a mental hint.

  • Sativa/Indica: 10/90%
  • Flowering: 60 days after germination
  • Height: 0.4-0.7m indoors and outdoors.

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Category Buddha Seeds Autoflowering Reference Buddha Seeds UPC 11

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