Bullrider

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

Bullrider, also commonly known as Afghani Bullrider, is reportedly a clone-only Afghani landrace phenotype developed in San Diego. Sources claim that Bullrider was originally bred by a professional bullrider, and has been circulating on the West Coast since the 1980s. Some believe the strain to be a cross between G13 and Skunk #1. Carrying what is often descrbied as a fruity and sour aroma, Bullrider is said to have a flavor profile that resembles fresh pine tree and skunk. This indica-leaning strain is reported to grow short and stout, producing small, dense, light green buds with sticky white trichomes and orange stigma hairs in a 63-day flowering period. One sample of Afghani Bullrider analyzed by the cannabis testing laboratory PharmLabs San Diego found THC levels exceeding 19%, along with a terpene profile dominated by myrcene, linalool, beta-Caryophyllene, and pinene.

Bullrider, also commonly known as Afghani Bullrider, is reportedly a clone-only Afghani landrace phenotype developed in San Diego. Sources claim that Bullrider was originally bred by a professional bullrider, and has been circulating on the West Coast since the 1980s. Some believe the strain to be a cross between G13 and Skunk #1. Carrying what is often descrbied as a fruity and sour aroma, Bullrider is said to have a flavor profile that resembles fresh pine tree and skunk. This indica-leaning strain is reported to grow short and stout, producing small, dense, light green buds with sticky white trichomes and orange stigma hairs in a 63-day flowering period. One sample of Afghani Bullrider analyzed by the cannabis testing laboratory PharmLabs San Diego found THC levels exceeding 19%, along with a terpene profile dominated by myrcene, linalool, beta-Caryophyllene, and pinene.

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