Cannabis plants are botanically classified into two major groups: Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Sativa. Ruderalis is a sub-species of Sativa. Broadly speaking, Indicas come from mountainous parts of Asia, Sativas come from damp jungles ... and Rudelaris? Ruderalis originally comes from the region of Siberia and parts of eastern Europe and northern Asia, where hemp has been grown historically; populations of auto-flowering cannabis have regularly appeared in these and other regions, which suggests that Ruderalis populations come from diverse origins and that they spontaneously start growing in the wild thanks to the great variability inherent in cannabis. What happens is that all of a sudden, in a place where hemp was grown for fibre or seeds, a particular plant left over from a population that’s gone wild expresses a mutation that enable it to flower earlier than all of the other plants. Logically it spread very easily and quickly since it produced a lot more seeds, which eventually caught the eye of interested growers. By crossing an auto-flowering strain variety with their best parent, Dinafem #1, and stabilising the cross for a number of generations, Dinafem have come up with this surprising variety. It’s capable of producing amazing buds in an absolutely unbeatable 60 days, making it ideal for balcony, garden or planting in midsummer. It can be planted from April to September depending on latitude. This strain needs 20 hours of light to grow at full speed, both indoors and outdoors; therefore, they grow more in June than in April. For unlimited growth they also need a lot of substrate from the very beginning - 4 litres minimum, 20 maximum; the more soil the better.Too much moisture in the soil in the early stages of life is very harmful with this strain.