This is the most-awaited successor of one of Joint Doctor’s famous strain, the Lowryder. It is a new product that every breeder would want to indulge in since there is a significant improvement in strength, flavor and yield of its original variety while it still maintains the characteristics that made the strain popular.

Features

  • Seed Bank: Joint Doctor
  • Genetics: Ruderalis/Indica
  • Parents: Santa Maria x Lowryder
  • Photoperiod/Autoflowering: Autoflowering
  • Flowering Time: 8 weeks or less
  • Height: Low
  • THC %: Unknown

Plant Description

The Lowryder # 2 is infused with the superior genetics of the Santa Maria wherein its variety is well-known for its copious resin production. It provides the soaring highs and exotic taste and is well-known to be an Indica/Sativa hybrid that originated from Brazil. The crossing of this cannabis plant was selectively inbred for about 3 generations. It resulted in an autoflowering dwarf that yields a powerful, head-turning smoke along with an intoxicating taste.

Just like the original Lowryder, there is no need for a separate room or light cycle to flower the plant. When grown outdoors, the Lowryder # 2 will grow much faster than any variety of the auto flowering plants. So technically, you can grow this strain on indoors, outdoors or at a greenhouse.

Smoking Effects

The strength and flavor comes from the copious resin production along with the well-improved yield and stability. The notable thing about the buds is that they are tighter, lighter and more aromatic than the original Lowryder. It emits a smell that is sweet yet a bit similar to a lemon. As for the taste, you can tell that it’s unlike any other strains out there. It may taste a bit like lavender wherein it can be strange for first timers but not bad after a few times of trying it.

2 responses to “Lowryder # 2

    1. Hi Chris, thank you for checking our site! The Lowryder is a good one but it really depends on the grower. Don’t forget you also have to consider other factors like the soil, climate, etc. I suggest you give different strains a try until you find one that suits you best. Let us know how it works out for you!