Easy Ryder (Joint Doctor)
A short, hardy auto with a lot of side branches, it produces good yields in 73 days from seeds. Indoors it commences flowering even at 20 hours of light and stink a lot. The flower-to-leaf ratio is excellent.
Quite strong. It quickly hits your head then comes into the body. Doesn't last very long. The tolerance is built up rather quickly.
Fruity. The cured buds produce a mild smoke with sweet aftertaste.
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Formally known as: Lowryder #2 x AK47
This is an f1 cross between a Lowryder #2 and an automatic AK47 in which the two parents strongly exhibit their best genetic traits: high resin production, the fruity aroma (of a carefully selected Lowryder #2 phenotype), and the size and branching of the AK47 automatic.
This poly-hybrid is fully auto-flowering and matures in 70-75 days from germination, reaching optimal size if given enough light (intensity and time). The best conditions are 20 hours of light and 4 of dark during the entire cycle. Outdoors the best time is may-august, but it's easy to do multiple cycles per season, until November.
Genetics: Automatic AK47 x Lowryder #2
Type: Autoflowering hybrid
Harvest Date: 9 weeks from seed
Flowering Period: 6+ weeks
Height: 40-70 cm
Characteristics: Large yielding feminized autoflowering strain.
There where 4 plant. 3 main fenos. The one had FANTASTIC very sweet clasic smell. Not so strong.
18lt pots, 19/6 400 MH for veg and 400 HPS for bloom. UVB-10w for 4 hours max. 45 to 55 cmm. Dry 80 gr/plant (320gr all 4).Very easy grow. I'll grow in again. I'll upload one picture too.
Not for inexperienced smokers. A knock-out effect after a small bowl.
A fantastic strain, I recommend it to anyone. I grew it under HPS 400W, with a watering once a week. It grows like crazy. Next spring I'll have it on every square foot of my apatment.
2 seeds out of 3 germinated. It's very easy to grow, hardy, tolerant to over- and underwatering. Two plants produced over 3 oz in 72 days...
... Outdoors, it took about 48 days from the day I palnted it till the harvest. The trichomes only began to turn milky, most were clear all the way. However, the effect was very cool, no couchlock whatsoever, the head was clear, optimistic and what's more it was very interesting and fun to do anything (work, studying, renovating the flat or the country house). Everyone liked the effect, it was leaning to sativa.
I think it's one of the strongest autoflowering strains (probably, because o the low CBD levels). I recommend not to chop it too late (more than 2 months) and it will show you its power.
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The flavor is not overly flavorful, but you can taste citrus, earth and pine. This strain is great medicinally speaking but does not create an overly potent high, likely due to high CBD content and low THC.
one of the stinkiest plants I have ever smelled.9 out of 10 the perfect plant for beginners or experts.
Everybody's plants are different but the ones I grew didn't were superstars. They didn't flower early but they grew to about 4 feet, had super dusty buds, and cured with a smell that seems to penetrate through glass. Maybe I just had a good batch of seeds? Maybe it's just that this strain likes a particular climate. I did about 79*/35% humidity to 84*/25% humidity.
I have grown these many times. Your result is all in how you grow and care for them. My first low tec grow in soil and CFLs grew about 3 ft tall yielded about an Oz when I mated the whole plant for seed stock. The F2 seeds yielded plants over 5 ft tall and about 6 oz each in hydro under HPS lights.
if joint dr's i got 2 ounces off one an ounce off another. that hay taste is becuase of improper drying/curing and not the strain. i got two phenos, one fruity and a bit sour the other musty stinky meaty, hard to explain. lovely stuff ready in 75-80~ days.
i got more than an oz in mine just a little over tasted amazing high was excel and loved the look of the plant very beautiful i must say
Is this supposed to represent the Joint Dr's "Easy Ryder" (ak47xLowryder) strain? If so, I find this review insulting. Grow some and try it yourself before you believe that it is a worthless strain. It is not the best ever, but a strong 8 out of 10 in my book. My batch had a strong citrus/pine smell. The high doesn't last quite as long as some more popular photo strains, but it is an intense effect. Very dense cola's, and nice nugs form uniformly on the side branching. Just my 2 cents
It smelled a lot like hay and kinda tasted like it too. Not a fan, one of those times it's all there was available. Hope that don't happen again.
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It has been exactly 2 weeks since I put up my first harvest to cure in 2-1 quart glass mason jars, each with a Boveda 62% Humidipaks, inside a closed carboard box. During that time I burped them twice for an hour each time, the first time 12 hours after the start of cure and the second time 24 hours after that, then I let them stay sealed in the jars until today. I believe for my next cure I will try it without any burping as it appears that the Humidipaks have kept the curing environment perfectly stable. There is no sign of any form of degredation of the buds, they look and feel exactly like they did when I last checked them at the beginning of the last burp 12.5 days ago. The stalks are brittle and the buds are firm but give just a little when squeezed slightly. Their color is a pale green with spots of red and orange. Note that I have found a few seeds in some of the lower popcorn bud so at least one stamen made it through my obsessive checks.
It smells so much better than it did immediately after the harvest. That sickly sweet smell is, for the most part, gone and replaced with a sweet, piney, pungent aroma. It smells quite different than it did when it was flowering, I really liked that smell and miss having it around. It grinds very easily into the proper size for vaping with either my Arizer Extreme Q or Vapor Genie vaporizers. It is a very smooth draw and immediately sends me on my way with a clear buzzy high right off the bat, a creeper it ain't. This initial high lasts for at least 2 hours, with the maximum rush occuring in the first hour, and its effects can be felt for 4-5 hours. It does not fall off so much as transform into a nice and easy couch-lock high, not overly sleepy but definitely a much more relaxed and mellow high as compared to the initial rush. The leftover mulch I'm using for brownies which give a much more subdued but definitely noticable high.
I'll post another taste test in 2 weeks to see how it has aged and matured.
Well, it has been 4 weeks since I first started curing my harvest and it has completely stabilized being stored in the dark at room temperature with 62%-64% RH. The smell hasn't realy changed much, a little more mellow. The initial high is more powerful and lasts longer but otherwise a very similar profile to my first taste. Overall, I really enjoy this strain and look forward to when I can do another grow of Easy Rider.
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my last grow was 5 easyryders, i got about 2 and half oz dry of each plant
[week 6] Buds are developing nicely and the ladies seem to have stopped growing taller which was soon going to be a problem in my tent. The bushier one is 20" tall and the lanky bird 22" tall. Standing a total of 30" tall if you include the pot height!
Due to the lack of space in my tent, not much light is reaching the lower leaves which are now yellowing but the upper leaves and buds are all good.
Another seven days and the buds are starting to explode as well as some nice trichs developing on the leaves.
They seem to have grown a bit more in the last week (an inch or so) and its get difficult getting them out of the tent without burning them on the bulbs.
just two weeks to go and i'm down to one easyryder.
Lanky bird was not really doing much in terms of bud development due to earlier abuse in life and was overcrowding my space so had to go.
I've chopped her and just hung the buds up to dry. The trichs were mainly cloudy when i chopped and maybe 5% amber so i'm not really expecting much in terms of smoke quality.
Now that the lanky bird has gone my other ER has bloomed and is clearly benefiting from the extra space and light.
my only concern at the moment is the amount of smell this strain gives off.
Considering the size of the plant, its really strong and for this reason, i would say that this plant does not really qualify as a stealth grow choice unless your going to invest in filters etc. Would dread to think what a house would smell like with this growing unfiltered in it.
[week 9] For the past 5 days she has been fed only on water and is now starting to consume her leaves which is fine.
Buds have expanded further and the covering of trichs is now looking very very nice. Mainly cloudy with a nice spread of amber ones developing.
The smell/stink has been a massive problem as I've no carbon filter and I've had to buy a mountain of automatic air freshners to at least partially mask the smell. Never had this problem with previous grows but a lesson has been learnt.
The other easyryder which i chopped early is now dried and curing. Initial smoke report..bloody good considering it was chopped with over 2 weeks to go . A lasting mixture of couch/celebral high with a tendency to make you lose track of time and not actually do anything (its taken me over 25 minutes to write this)
No water for last 3 days and im feeling sorry for the lady as she is letting herself go. I have been very tempted to chop early, due to the smell factor, but have resisted so far. I plan to crop in 2 stages. top buds first and a day or two later the lower buds..just to give a bit more light for the bottom trich rich buds.
i wont grow these again for a while or until i get a proper filter set up.
3 hours of trimming, cutting, hanging etc and my fingers stink to high heaven.
Not weighed it but reckon i should easily achieve 1.5oz dry and possibly 2oz but will be happy with whatever. Got a bag of trim in the freezer right now so its gonna be a late one tonight but thankfully i have some lovely homegrown White widow to see me through.
All in all pretty pleased with my grow
five days later and the majoriity of my buds have now dried sufficiently in my homemade drying cabinet.
Just weighed up at 42g dry (no twigs just flower), I was expecting more but all in all reasonably happy. Had a small bud which, considering its not been cured, was smooth and packed a punch.
A couple of weeks of curing and this should really come alive.
they have had only 9 days of curing but the smoke is awesome and very smooth already. it gives an instant head high punch followed by a deep couchlock effect which is very very good.
Whlst this was growing i had been smoking some very good WW haze and i've got to say that this gives a much deeper couchlock effect.
Punches well above its weight and i would highly recommended to anyone thinking of growing these
Will now try and resist opening the jar for a few more weeks.
That was seven months ago and since then it was placed into jar and over 6 months I smoked it occasionally (NL#9 to regulary smoke) and I just finished the last nug a month ago.
A very nice smoke once fully cured and like a fine wine it got better and better with age. I did grow one outside over summer in a tiny pot and its now drying and despite it being no more than 9-10" high it was really compact, with a big fat cola and i expect some 15-18g of dry bud.
smell is an issue with these (and most other strains) but a proper filter and you will have no probs..
Perfect for a beginner as there is not much that can go wrong.