Romulan

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

Romulan, a cultivar named for the famous “Star Trek” species, is a cultivar with mysterious origins. Breeder boards speculate that the flower was created by a breeder named Romulan Joe (formerly Mendocino Joe), a Vietnam veteran who was a founder of the Trinity grow scene in Northern California. Romulan Joe allegedly gave a clone of Romulan to Federation Seeds in British Columbia, who used White Rhino to crossbreed and stabilize Romulan at a purported 97% identical to the original strains. Romulan is said to be a descendent of Afghani landrace strains, often included in a group of cultivars in the 1980s called Blue Indicas. Breeders can get their hands seeds on this purple-colored flower, thanks to its anthocyanin content, from Federation Seeds and Next Generation Seeds. The plant is touted to have Indica characteristics, with shorter stocky bushes and dense, compact nuggets. Novice growers will have an easy time with Romulan in both indoor and outdoor environments, as the plant often blooms in 8-9 weeks. Lab tests report Romulan’s THC content anywhere between 18-24%, which makes this cultivar a good choice for users seeking a more potent experience. Romulan won third prize for Best Non-Solvent Hash in the 2017 High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in Canada.

Romulan, a cultivar named for the famous “Star Trek” species, is a cultivar with mysterious origins. Breeder boards speculate that the flower was created by a breeder named Romulan Joe (formerly Mendocino Joe), a Vietnam veteran who was a founder of the Trinity grow scene in Northern California. Romulan Joe allegedly gave a clone of Romulan to Federation Seeds in British Columbia, who used White Rhino to crossbreed and stabilize Romulan at a purported 97% identical to the original strains. Romulan is said to be a descendent of Afghani landrace strains, often included in a group of cultivars in the 1980s called Blue Indicas. Breeders can get their hands seeds on this purple-colored flower, thanks to its anthocyanin content, from Federation Seeds and Next Generation Seeds. The plant is touted to have Indica characteristics, with shorter stocky bushes and dense, compact nuggets. Novice growers will have an easy time with Romulan in both indoor and outdoor environments, as the plant often blooms in 8-9 weeks. Lab tests report Romulan’s THC content anywhere between 18-24%, which makes this cultivar a good choice for users seeking a more potent experience. Romulan won third prize for Best Non-Solvent Hash in the 2017 High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in Canada.

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