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Easy weed seeds to grow
As the name suggests, it doesn’t get much easier than Easy Bud. This crossbreed between a white indica and an auto-flowering Ruderalis can grow anywhere and can be harvested in a maximum of 9 weeks after germination. Indoors, she grows up to 60cm and produces yields with a 12% THC content – making her a well-rounded choice for beginners after a small and easy to manage plant with a mellow introductory experience – or simply those wanting an easy chill!

Top 10 Cannabis Strains That Are Easy To Grow

There is nothing quite like the satisfaction gained from growing your own stash of cannabis. However, not everyone enjoys the constant challenge presented by some of the more advanced strains out there. Fortunately, difficulty of growth doesn’t necessarily mean better quality. There are plenty of strains out there that are easy to grow and produce top-shelf bud. Whether you are a beginner grower, or just looking for an easy ride, you don’t need to lose out. Here are our top 10 easy to grow strains here at Royal Queen Seeds.

CONSIDERATIONS WHEN GROWING CANNABIS

Nowadays, strains vary in terms of flavor, potency, and even color. But if you are one of those who intend to grow their own product, it is essential to consider the other external factors that can influence how well a plant grows. These include the humidity in the environment, as well as flowering time, and whether they are best cultivated indoors or outdoors. It is also important to look at other elements such as how the bud handles cold weather or a drought, possible formulation of mold, and insect infestations.

There also are strains that are better suited to beginners than others. Autoflowering strains, for example, have a quicker budding process can go from seed to harvest in as little as 8 weeks. This combined with the natural resilience of the ruderalis genetics they contain make them well suited to people looking to try out a grow for the first time, as well as those who are particularly impatient.

The ruderalis begins its blooming process regardless of the light cycle exposure – flowering with age. This also means it is one less thing for novices to worry about.

If you are just starting out as a grower, or looking for a simple grow, here are some of the strains that are relatively easy to grow, and are of excellent quality.

NORTHERN LIGHT

This indica dominant strain is a popular choice among beginner growers – and it is one of the legends of the cannabis world. It is essentially a mid-sized plant that can grow up to 1.6m when cultivated indoors and can be available for harvest after just 8 weeks of flowering. The roots of its species are traced back to Afghanistan and Thailand and are reputed to have a powerful, long-lasting buzz. She is a multi-award winner, adored by novices, veterans and connoisseurs alike.

ROYAL GORILLA

This strain is not exactly known for its yields, but what it lacks in this aspects makes up for the quality of the bud itself. Royal Gorilla can be grown either indoors or outdoors up to 160 cm and 170 cm in height, respectively, with a THC content up to 27%. It is a strength that will knock back even the most seasoned smoker, so while easy to grow, you can still expect a strong experience with the yields.

EASY BUD

As the name suggests, it doesn’t get much easier than Easy Bud. This crossbreed between a white indica and an auto-flowering Ruderalis can grow anywhere and can be harvested in a maximum of 9 weeks after germination. Indoors, she grows up to 60cm and produces yields with a 12% THC content – making her a well-rounded choice for beginners after a small and easy to manage plant with a mellow introductory experience – or simply those wanting an easy chill!

SKUNK XL

This hybrid strain is a throwback to the classic Skunk variant that was developed in the 1970’s. Skunk XL remains true to its Colombian and Mexican roots – with 50% indica and 50% Sativa components. It is a very low-maintenance plant, which can be cultivated both indoors and outdoors, with a flowering time of 7-8 weeks. Skunk XL is known for its sweet and fruity taste, and with 17% THC, it is indeed one of the favorites among cannabis-loving individuals.

ROYAL JACK AUTOMATIC

For those who prefer a strong kick for their bud, Royal Jack Automatic is the strain for you. And as indicated in its name, this Sativa-dominant hybrid is an auto, and is one that is very easy to manage, with no pruning required. It can also withstand extremely cold weathers, which makes it viable to grow outdoors if this is what you prefer. It can grow up to 80cm in height outdoors and takes 9-10 weeks to become ready for harvest after planting.

Easy weed seeds to grow
You’ll want to take your environment into account when choosing a type of cannabis to grow. The plant has grown all over the planet, which means that many varieties have evolved which are suited to different kinds of climates. There are breeds from the Himalayas, which are used to drastic temperature swings, and breeds from the equator that prefer a consistently warm and humid climate. If you will be growing outdoors, you must think about what the environment is like where you would like to grow your cannabis seeds before you purchase them.

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Easy Growing Marijuana Seeds

If you’ve found yourself here, you’ve probably considered growing your own marijuana. Perhaps you’re used to buying your cannabis from a dispensary, but you want to start saving money by growing it yourself. Or, you’ve heard that growing your own can result in a higher quality product, where you control every variable. Maybe you’re just looking for a new hobby. Whatever your reason for being interested in growing marijuana, we’re here to help you get started.

Why grow your own cannabis seeds?

There are many reasons for choosing to grow your own cannabis. If you use marijuana regularly, whether medicinally or recreationally, you have probably been thinking about growing your own for a while now.

When you purchase marijuana at a dispensary, you have to trust that the growers carefully managed all of the many variables that can keep a marijuana plant healthy. When you grow your own, you can control everything yourself, so you can carefully adjust the variables to get the best possible yield. Growing your own also allows you to save a lot of money, especially since you may be able to grow future crops from the seeds developed in current ones. Plus, of course, there is the simple sense of satisfaction that comes from growing something from seed all the way to maturity.

Cannabis seeds for beginners

The first step in growing your own marijuana is picking the right seeds. We’ve curated a special selection of seeds that are resistant to common mistakes, and are perfect for beginners growing their own crop.

You’ll want to take your environment into account when choosing a type of cannabis to grow. The plant has grown all over the planet, which means that many varieties have evolved which are suited to different kinds of climates. There are breeds from the Himalayas, which are used to drastic temperature swings, and breeds from the equator that prefer a consistently warm and humid climate. If you will be growing outdoors, you must think about what the environment is like where you would like to grow your cannabis seeds before you purchase them.

We’ve chosen varieties that are stable and resilient, with a short flowering time and the ability to produce massive harvests. They are also resistant to mold.

We recommend these strains to beginners, but you won’t be sacrificing taste or yield. You will have a much easier time with the growth period, though.

In fact, many of the cannabis seeds that we recommend for beginners are often chosen by experienced growers for their ease of use, especially when they are trying out a new cultivation method or growing space. Since these seeds can easily adapt to problems or challenges in their environment, they are perfect for anyone who is trying something new.

What to look for in your seeds

When you are buying your first batch of cannabis seeds, there are a couple of things to keep an eye out for. Those include the strength of the plant – you don’t want something that is weak and has to be handled too gently. You’ll make plenty of mistakes, so don’t go for a strain that is picky about pH levels or light schedules.

You’ll probably also want to use feminized seeds. These seeds make it much easier to grow successful plants since you won’t need to worry about identifying and removing make flowers (which can prevent the females from flowering). You’ll also want to choose a strain that boasts a short flowering time. Otherwise, you’ll need to be very patient, and the uncertainty of knowing whether or not you can succeed will already make it feel like the process is taking forever.

Growing the cannabis seeds for beginners

If you’re new to growing your own marijuana, you might feel overwhelmed by how much there is to learn. No fear! We have decades of experience and are here to guide you along your path. We’ll help you figure out the right amount of moisture in the soil, humidity in the air, room temperature, and light cycles for all the different stages of your plant’s life cycle.

Since you’re a beginner, it’s likely that you’ll make a few beginner’s mistakes. That’s okay, we’ve all made them! However, those can have serious consequences and even ruin your entire crop. All of our experience has helped us learn what mistakes are most common so we can help you avoid them. Buying your seeds is just the beginning of the process.

Getting started

Now that you know how to find the best cannabis seeds for beginners, it’s time to get going. Make sure you have a growing space set up, where the roots will have plenty of space to expand, and the plants will be able to be at a comfortable temperature (around 80 degrees Fahrenheit) and get plenty of light. Take note of how tall your preferred strain is likely to grow, and make sure the plants have plenty of room to flourish. You may also want to check on the growing laws in your area – as they vary widely in different areas. Many places allow home growing of a few marijuana plants.

Now that you have your growing space set up, you are ready to order your seeds. Take a close look at our growing guides, and make sure to peruse the forums to make sure all of your questions are answered before you get started. Once your seeds arrive, you’re ready to start germinating them.

After the plants have matured, when it’s time to harvest the buds, you’ll want to dry them properly so that you can prepare the plant for your favorite method of consumption. Whether you prefer smoking, vaping, or cooking the cannabis into edibles, you can do it easily with the cannabis that you have grown at home. From seedling to finished product, you’re in control of your marijuana every single step of the way. In no time at all, you’ll have grown your first successful crop of marijuana, and you’ll be hooked on growing your own from now on.