Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular is notable for perfectly balancing both sativa and indica genetics (it is a 50% split of each). This results in a plant that produces extremely large harvests, with a fairly rapid flowering time. The height of this strain can be kept compact indoors but can reach 300 cm when unleashed outdoors. The scent is of a pure sativa; pineapple-tinged, spicy, and sweet.
The growth pattern of Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular
Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular cannabis combines genetics from around the world; Africa, Central America, and South East Asia, to name a few; and some of the sativa parentages is top secret.
This is a regular variety. That means that the seeds will produce both female and male plants, which is useful for those who want to generate their own batch of seeds for future growth. The regular strain is also the right choice for growers wanting to experiment with cross-breeding with other varieties.
Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular has a relatively swift flowering time of 55 to 65 days. When grown inside, the plants are usually compact and reach around 80 to 160 cm in height on average. Outdoors, they’re likely to grow much taller; to heights of around 250 to 300 cm.
As the strain is a 50/50 split of indica and sativa, appearances can vary from plant to plant. Some are more sativa in nature, with multiple stems and large, spiraling calyxes. Others look more ‘indica’, with thick central stems and fuzzy hairs on the ends of the buds. Either way, they’re capable of producing formidable yields. When cultivated inside, it’s not uncommon for growers to generate around 500 to 600 grams per square meter. Outside, some plants have been known to produce as much as 1 kilo each.
Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular thrives best in Mediterranean climates, with plenty of exposure to warmth and sun. Alternatively, the plants can be grown indoors all year around, in any location around the world. The strain responds well to both lollipoping and super cropping.
Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular is 50% sativa, and 50% indica.
The plants have an exotic aroma; a mix of earthiness and fruitiness that reveals their sativa / indica heritage. The overall scent is reminiscent of pineapple, with other notes of citrus coming through; and this strengthens as the buds reach harvest time. The sweet note of pineapple is also evident in the taste.