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Best outdoor marijuana seeds
Sometimes growing when you’re not sure what you’re doing can have good results, but it’s much better to have some experience or at least a guide to follow; this article is designed for you to find the perfect strain for your outdoor grow, and hopefully you’ll end up with an exuberant, amazing yield.

The Best Outdoor Cannabis Strains

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In this article we’re going to talk about the best outdoor cannabis strains, giving you an extensive list of our favorite outdoor plants. Outdoor growing can be a long a tedious labor, taking from 6 to 8 months to complete the cycle, and growing for that long just to end up with a mediocre result can sometimes be disheartening.

Sometimes growing when you’re not sure what you’re doing can have good results, but it’s much better to have some experience or at least a guide to follow; this article is designed for you to find the perfect strain for your outdoor grow, and hopefully you’ll end up with an exuberant, amazing yield.

The best Indica strains to grow indoors:

California Indica by Sensi Seeds:
This is an Indica strain for the hottest outdoor grows; this strain needs a nice sunny climate to develop correctly. This strain can give you over a kilo per plant, but of course this also depends on how well you take care of it. These plants love being planted in earth that’s been prepared with a 50L bag of decent substrate and worm hummus; once they begin growing you’ll need to give them a growth fertilizer such as Bio Grow so they can grow strong and healthy. Once they begin to flower, use some bat guano in your substrate and you’ll need to use some Bio Bloom or another product used for flowering fertilizing in the irrigation water.

Holland’s Hope by Dutch Passion:
This strain is grown outdoors in Holland, so it’s used to cold and humid climates. It is extremely resistant to cold and humidity, although like any other plant you should use a preventive product or two. This strain doesn’t like too much water, as it’s used to humid soils and having small roots, although this doesn’t negatively affect the yield; you can get up to 800g out of just one plant. It goes slightly pink and it’s rather pretty to look at when it’s flowering. It has a sweet, candy like flavor which is similar to the odor it releases when flowering. It should be ready towards the end of September/beginning of October, hopefully getting over and done with before the heavy end of summer rains begin.

The best Sativa strains to grow outdoors:

Arjan’s Haze 1 by Green House:
This is a highly sativa plant with some amazingly mental psychoactive effects and some menthol-like flavors that are extremely pleasing to smoke. It’s perfect for outdoor climates that are quite hot, as it needs

quite a lot of heat to make it to the end of its cycle towards the end of October/beginning of November. This strain grows some long buds shaped like rocket ships that are absolutely covered in resin thanks to the Haze ancestry. If you’re a medicinal cannabis smoker then this strain is perfect for treating pains and issues like loss of appetite. If you cure this strain properly you’ll have one of the most potent weeds you’ve ever smoked.

Shaman by Dutch Passion:
This plant will absolutely take over your garden once it begins flowering; the buds it grows will be massive and purple, with some lovely old wood-like smells, very Skunk. It can put up with a lot of stress as it is very resistant to cold, humidity and pest infestations like aphids. It flowers quite fast and it’s extremely recommended for outdoor areas where it’s hard to grow due to the cold climate. Around the end of September/beginning of October you’ll be able to get up to 1.5kg from just one plant that has been taken care of properly. It has a lovely energizing effect for those that like being able to smoke and get stuff done.

The best Hybrid strains to grow outdoors:

Blueberry Skunk by Flying Dutchmen:
If you live in a warm climate and you’re looking to grow a monstrous plant full of resin and amazing flavors, then you need to try planting Blueberry Skunk; this plant gives you the same yield as a skunk with long dense buds and some nice blue tones in the leaves. It has a euphoric, energizing effect and when coming down you’ll feel very relaxed. This strain loves heat and it loves extremely long hot summers, ending around the end of October. You should get up to 900g per plant from this delicious, resinous strain.

Somango #47 by Positronics:
This strain is the perfect mix between indica and sativa, growing out amazingly thick buds on the tips of the branches and when tutored you can get amazingly sized plants; you can get up to 1kg per plant that’s been adequately cared for. This strain is quite good at dealing with fungi like oidium, making it the perfect plant for outdoors, especially for cold and humid areas. It has an earthy flavor mixed with some sweet hints that’ll stick around in your mouth for a good 10 minutes after the last drag. You’ll be able to get the best hash and BHO extracts from the trimmings of this plant due to how resinous it gets in low temperatures. It should be ready to harvest towards the end of September, so it’s pretty fast as well.

There you have it, our list of our personal favorite strains to grow outdoors; many of these strains are perfect for cold climates and hot climates, but make sure that you pick one that’s right for the specific climate that you live in. Plants don’t just grow on their own, and to get the best quality out of them you’re going to need to treat them with preventive products and use top quality fertilizers if you want to get the yields we’ve talked about on this page.

Author: Javier Chinesta
Translation: Ciara Murphy

Best outdoor marijuana seeds
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Choosing Outdoor Seeds To Grow In Your Climate

What kind of cannabis you choose to cultivate and where you sow the seeds will dictate your outdoor crop’s performance. Our breakdown of the perfect strains for each climate zone will help you grow fire marijuana throughout spring, summer, and autumn.


Cannabis Genetics

Genetics hold the key to your cannabis seeds’ potential and that’s a fact. No matter what miracle nutrient formulation you apply or how perfectly you maintain the garden, results will be genetics-driven. If you start with bunko beans, don’t expect huge yields of high-grade. Only by carefully choosing high-quality, feminized seeds can the cannabis grower avoid the low-ceiling limitations of weak genetics. Outdoor cannabis cultivation requires an even more rigorous selection process.

These days, the vast majority of cannabis strains on the market have been specifically adapted and bred for indoor cultivation. Sure, in theory, any weed can grow anywhere. But in practice, this is absolutely not the case with all cannabis varieties. Most marijuana will thrive in a sunny southern climate. However, plenty of outstanding, hardy strains can be cultivated in cooler, northern latitudes.

It’s time to get our hands dirty with some old-school marijuana cropping in the great outdoors. Match up the right cannabis with the local climate and you’ve taken the first step on the route to a successful outdoor harvest.


Climate zones

Job number one is to establish how much daily sunlight your cannabis plants are likely to receive during the growing season. Once you know the timeframe you have to work with, you can begin to consider which strains are the best fits. Keep an eye on the local weather forecast and do a little online research. Find accurate data on hours of daily sunlight, sunrise and sunset times, temperatures day and night, prevailing winds, and precipitation frequency.

Perhaps you are based somewhere around the Mediterranean. If so, you have the luxury of growing late-blooming sativas outdoors from around April to Croptober. Maybe you are living in Northern Europe and only have a short Spring/Summer 8-10 week window to squeeze in some tough ruderalis. Or you could be somewhere in the middle and need versatile hybrids for a summer crop.


Cold temperature colored cannabis

Northern European growers from the west coast of Ireland to eastern Poland need to go with cannabis strains that can survive in less-than-perfect conditions. Photoperiod and autoflowering strains bred to thrive in colder climates can produce top-shelf quality outdoors if you time the crop right. No marijuana is invincible.

Remember to reference weather data before choosing your seeds. If you find yourself limited to less than 3 months total crop time, you really only have the time for a Quick One or some Easy Bud sometime during Spring/Summer. Use pots and you can even take your plants inside if the weather turns for the worse. Precipitation can be frequent and year-round in these parts.


Small, private grow in California

Southern European growers have a huge advantage over northern growers. An abundance of sunshine facilitates a long growing season that can be productive from March-November. The possibilities are endless. It really comes down to which kind of sticky green is your personal favourite.

Beginner growers can gain experience with some gourmet warm climate autoflowering varieties. In fact, the next-generation RQS auto hybrids are also a great option for more experienced growers looking to double-crop in a single season. Royal Haze Automatic and Northern Light Automatic immediately spring to mind as winners in a warm climate. All you have to decide is whether you prefer indica or sativa-leaning stash.

It would be a shame not to dabble with some fire photoperiod strains in a warmer climate. Some organic, soil-cultivated OG Kush or Sour Diesel will take your cannabis garden into flavour country. Of course, 2m+ jolly green giant ganja trees are going to be productive, so why not go for the best of the best red-hot strains? Shade, rather than shelter from rain may be required. Be sure to check the weather data. Watch out for heatwaves.


Warm climate cannabis

Sun, sea, and outstanding outdoor sinsemilla. If you are living around the Mediterranean, you are also spoiled with choices. Although, cropping cannabis strains resistant to bud mould is probably advisable, especially if you’re a novice cultivator. Unfortunately, thick, tight colas and high humidity don’t mix.

At least some sativa genetics in the mix is recommended, if not outright high-calibre Hazes like Amnesia Haze or Shining Silver Haze. The slightly looser flower formation and greater tolerance for humidity make sativa hybrids or sativa-leaning autos the perfect choice for the coastal cultivator. Sure, sativa genetics will add a few weeks to bloom. Even for auto hybrids. But you’ve got from April-Croptober. You might as well use this time to crop the finest headstash.

But don’t get too complacent with sativa genetics as they too can succumb to mould and fungus. Check the weather data and be at the ready to harvest from September onward, should the rain come early.

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