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- Classification: Ruderalis/Indica/Sativa
- Parents: Citrus x Unnamed ruderalis
- Growing Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
- Garden Skills: Beginner
- Flowering Time: 8 weeks from Seed to Harvest
- Height: Very Short
- Yield: Low
- Medical Uses: Nausea, anxiety, depression, muscle spasms
- Breeder: Kannabia Seeds
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: While the potency of B. Lee is nothing to write home about, this ruderalis variety provides an exceptionally psychedelic effect that gradually transitions into a mild body high. The total high lasts around a 20 or 30 minutes.
The breeder hasn’t released the exact genetics of the ruderalis that was used to breed with Citrus, but whatever strain they chose made B. Lee an above average all-around strain. These nugs are actually pretty frost but can be somewhat airy. They are elongated slightly in shape and have long yellow or light-orange pistils. The flavor is one of the best characteristics of B. Lee, being reminiscent of walking down the middle of a lemon tree orchard. Very citrusy and slightly earthy.
As with all ruderalis strains there is no veg time when you add B. Lee to your garden. It will automatically begin flowering. The breeder recommends keeping these ladies on a 18 or 20 hour light schedule, continuously throughout the grow. This is a very low producer and is really only used commercially when grown in a Sea of Green. Typically each plant will produce anywhere from 3/4 oz. to 1 oz. at the very maximum. Due to the short growth period, these ladies rarely get over 2 feet in height, which makes them a good candidate for a stealth grow or, like the aforementioned Sea of Green. In most regions of the world it’s okay to plant these ladies outdoors anywhere from April to the very beginning of September.