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.
It would be a shame not to dabble with some fine photoperiod strains in a warmer climate. How about some organic, soil-cultivated OG Kush or Sour Diesel goodness to have your ladies growing into great ganja trees for some truly monster yields? But do keep an eye out when growing in these hot climate zones, as the scorching sun can be too much for plants to handle in excess. Shade, rather than shelter from rain, may be required. Watch out for heatwaves! Here are our favourites when growing in a hot and dry climate:
Sour Diesel is another legendary cannabis strain that any “serious” cultivator shouldn’t miss out on growing. With roots in sunny California, she’s well adapted to dry and sunny climates. Here, the plant can grow to its full potential. This 70% sativa can reach a height of 2m and flowers over 10–11 weeks. Despite the slightly prolonged flowering period, she can provide an epic yield of up to 600g/plant. Among her highlights is her trademark fuel-like aroma and taste, which is highly sought-after by cannabis enthusiasts. She provides a relaxing but clear high.
Photoperiod and autoflowering strains bred to thrive in colder climates can produce top-shelf quality outdoors. With their fast growth and shorter flowering times, you can harvest them much earlier than other strains. This way, you can beat the rain in fall and avoid mould taking hold of your precious buds. Still, you must time your crop right to avoid the most inclement weather, as no cannabis is invincible.
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.
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Outdoor seeds are the most straightforward cannabis seeds to grow because you just need to plant them, do the bare minimum, and leave the rest to nature. However, you must weigh several factors when selecting outdoor cannabis seeds. First, you need to consider the weather, the space available, cannabinoid concentration, and whether to plant regular or feminized seeds.
Why Should You Grow Outdoor Seeds?
Some potential grows location for your outdoor weed seeds includes:
If you are using a container, you can purchase soil from a garden store and remember to add the required nutrients. Some of the best soils for outdoor weed seeds comprises:
Quick One is an autoflowering cannabis strain popular among users because of its refreshing taste and spicy, herbal aroma. She is a cross between Northern Lights, Williams Wonder, and Mexican Ruderalis. This Indica-dominant strain takes around 8 to 9 weeks from seed to harvest, making it the fastest autoflower, hence its name. Plants that you will get from Quick One seeds do not go above 20 inches (50 cm), thus can be easily grown under the radar since they can blend with other plants. Despite their small size, they have a decent yield, with each plant producing about 5 oz (150 g) with a THC content of 13%.