There is a second option if you are a fan of Lowryder, simply called Lowryder 2. It offers the addition of Ruderalis and Santa Maria to the mix. It is a 20% Indica and 80% Sativa strain. The plants are very bushy and short, but they do need room to spread out and grow. The leaves look more like clumps, giving this plant a very unique appearance. The leaves are various shades of light and dark green. The dense buds offer a generous amount of resin on them.
The quality of the product or the seeds you work with will influence the THC from Lowryder 2. The better the qualty, the higher it is going to be. The range typically is between 10% and 15%. It offers a good buzz but it isn’t among the most powerful. It can be a good product for casual users or those new to cannabis products.
Up to 23 %
|Indica / Sativa|
Indica 60%, Sativa 40%
Indoor / Outdoor
Up to 400 gram / 14.1 ounces per sq meter
Up to 550 gram / 19.4 ounces per sq meter
Up to 70 cm / 27.6 inch
Up to 100 cm / 39.4 inch
2 times a year
Easy / Moderate
The strong odor from Lowryder 2 is a turn off for many. They don’t like the strong smell, even though it is Earthy and sweet. The taste is a mix of citrus with fruit. If you can get beyond the smell and give it a try, you will find the taste to be smooth and enjoyable.
There are different reasons uses have for picking Lowryder 2 as their cannabis product of choice. They include:
This cannabis plant is self flowering, and it is very simple to grow. They are less than 2 feet tall when fully mature. Make sure you space them out so they have room for the bushy elements to thrive. The leaves need to grow wide and spread or it will reduce the amount of resin they can produce. It isn’t a good idea to grow Lowryder 2 outdoors due to the strong odor it emits. Indoors, you want to have a ventilation system set up.
The harvest time is very short with Lowryder 2 compared to many other strains. They are ready to harvest about 5 weeks after the seeds have germinated. If you do grow them outdoors, the growth period can be extended to about 8 weeks and you will need to keep a good idea on them. They are easy to grow as they don’t fuss about soil and they don’t need too much water to thrive. You will need to make sure they get plenty of artificial sunlight though when growing indoors.