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Here you can find all info about Early Vixen from Crop King Seeds. If you are searching for information about Early Vixen from Crop King Seeds, check out our Basic Infos or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Early Vixen

breed by Crop King Seeds

Here you can find all info about Early Vixen from Crop King Seeds. If you are searching for information about Early Vixen from Crop King Seeds, check out our Basic Infos or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Early Vixen is a mostly sativa variety from Crop King Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±56 days ) and outdoors . Crop King Seeds’ Early Vixen is/was only available as feminized seeds.

Crop King Seeds’ Early Vixen Description

Fast flowering Indica/Sativa blend with great medicinal properties. The fruity undertones make this strain a favourite amongst patients, great if you suffer from anxiety and depression. Fast flowering, dense crystally buds in 8 weeks, Vixen is a go to for a clear cerebral high.

Any grower can go for Early Vixen because this is just easy to grow. It can be grown indoors and outdoors and it can provide you with good yield for as long as proper light, nutrients, fertilizer, soil and growing methods are used.

Growing: Easy
Flowering Time: 8 Weeks
Indica/Sativa: 60% Sativa
Effect: Indica Body Buzz
THC: Medium THC
THC%: 15-20%
CBD: 0.40%
CBN: 0.25%
Yield: Up to 500gr indoor/300gr outdoor
Genetics: Haze X Northern Lights X Skunk

Vixen seeds
Shorter Flowering Times Are Better

Best Marijuana Seeds for Beginners

When you’re entering the world of marijuana growing for the first time, there is a steep learning curve. You may not know the first thing about growing cannabis, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t be a successful grower in time if you put the work into it. For your first crop, keep it simple, and stick to something that’s easy to grow and won’t give you too much trouble.
This article compiles some of the best marijuana seed strains for beginners to help you start off your new hobby strong.

What To Look For

There are two major factors that you want to look for when choosing your first cannabis strain to grow- the strength and the resistance of the plant itself. You want something that doesn’t need to be babied, and can largely fend for itself for your first time around. Look for something that isn’t too fussy about exact nutrient levels, light schedules, or other things that are easy to mess up. On your first crop, you’ll make plenty of rookie mistakes, so there’s no need to add “advanced mistakes” into the mix just yet.

To save yourself a lot of trouble, go ahead and buy feminized seeds for your first crop. This will cut out the whole process of sex identification and also eliminate the possibility of male plants preventing your females from flowering. It’s far easier for the beginner to choose known feminized seeds that will give them the smoothest growing process possible. Once you’ve got a little experience under your belt, feel free to experiment with the wide variety of seeds that are available in standard strains, but don’t be tempted by them on your first shot. It’s better to stick with the sure thing in order to minimize the risk of your first crop not growing right.

Shorter Flowering Times Are Better

If you have the patience of a saint, go ahead and choose a long-flowering strain, but if not, stick to something quick. The uncertainty surrounding whether or not your first grow will flourish already makes the process seem like it takes twice as long as it actually does, so choosing a strain that takes forever to grow is just asking to be miserable. Many first time growers prefer to start off with a strain that has a quick turnaround so that they can see how their work has paid off and get started on their next batch quickly.

Don’t Spend More Than $10 per Seed

Remember that there are no guarantees your grow is going to turn out a good yield, even if you study all the grow information available to you. Things can always go wrong, especially for beginners, and if that happens it will be a big enough disappointment already without adding a significant financial loss into the mix. Remember that the price of a seed doesn’t necessarily correlate to the strain’s quality, and don’t break the bank on your first grow.

#16 Kaya Gold

is a strain that does beautifully outdoors in a number of different climates. It does grow large and tall, making it better suited for outdoor gardens rather than indoor grow rooms, but still manages to finish relatively quickly. It can be grown in both hot or cold climates, and is resistant to many different types of pests that may normally plague your outdoor garden or greenhouse. When smoked, Kaya Gold has a spicy, musky, and earthy flavor.

As far as medicinal uses, this strain can be used for the effective treatment of stress, depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, and seasonal affective disorder. Kaya Gold produces a high but stoney effect, with relaxation, an uplifting feeling, and may give you the munchies.

Many growers use this strain to plant somewhere remote in the summer, then return to those GPS coordinates in the Autumn to find the now flourishing plants, they’re that low maintenance!