from what i have read on average about 10-15% on ruderalis for auto’s but that depends on the breeder i suppose…
but for here I’m not sure i guess by 50-50 they mean the potent stuff has a 50 50 mix of sativa… but would guess say 10% ruderalis 45% sativa 45% indica… @latewood@Majiktoker ??
I’m no expert, but I wonder if the answer to the question has any real value? Breeders breed for specific characteristics. Thought experiment: you cross 100% indica with 100% sativa and come up with progeny. All of the “children” will be 50% indica and 50% sativa, right? But the children will have characteristics different from each other. Some characteristics come from mom; some from dad. The high from some may act more like a sativa, the high from others will act more like indica. Some will have higher THC; some lower.
So breeders don’t breed to produce percentages; they breed to produce characteristics.
“The genetics behind these new autoflowering strains that breeders are producing are generally not shared or if so only in very vague terms. This secrecy is done to keep others from producing knock offs of the strains, and more often, to obscure revealing that new strains are, more often than not, descended from the original Lowryder, which is often criticized as a substandard strain of low potency.”
“The newly produced strains of autoflowering cannabis have proven that they can produce quality medicine comparable with classical short-day strains. Breeders have reported THC content in the low 20% in some newer varieties while many varieties also have high CBD content.”