Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: While the longevity of the high certainly has room for improvement, this is a highly medicinal strain that also holds good recreational value.
Dane's Fruity boasts very large buds, especially for a ruderalis type, with short orange pistils and a pungent aroma of grapes and lemons, with undertones of hash. Flavors are practically identical to the aroma. The buds sometimes lack density, but other than that, users should have little to complain about.
As with almost all ruderalis hybrids, Dane's Fruity has a very short lifespan, usually resulting in a harvest within nine weeks of germination, whether grown indoors or outdoors. This strain can be grown indoors, outdoors or in a greenhouse, but will provide a very low yield of .75 to 1.5 ounces, depending on if it's indoor or outdoor. Nutrient levels should be closely monitored and it's best to use about half of the recommended amount of nutrients from the manufacturer. When grown outdoors a little rain won't hurt at all and can actually help to improve the yield.
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