I am reading at several sites that, and I quote, "Having no vegetative stage, Lowryder can’t be cloned or regenerated, for all intents and purposes. Replanting seeds is a must. But then, this plant’s unique advantages do away with any reason for cloning in the first place. In any case, seeds are much easier to transport and handle and have a higher success rate." So I am supposed to let the males live and seed the females and then try to smoke it? How can this possibly yield a tasty bud? As a medical user that am my own caregiver, I will be providing for others in the future, that is, if I am not trying to unload seedy bud. I have smoked ruderalis hybrids before and I have had ones that knocked me on my ass (mostly skunk #1 and northern lights). They were seedless too and I think I know my former acquaintance a little better than to assume he just stopped growing the strain once he harvested. What possible "unique advantages" could do away with any reason for cloning? I must be missing something! Lil help? I should add that I have only one room. If I let one male go it will send all of them to seed. Perhaps I should just abandon ruderalis hybrids.