Summer is almost here, which means one thing for cannabis enthusiasts: growing season. Before you select just any strains for your grow, you should know that some strains fare better growing outdoors than others. So, what are the best strains for growing outdoors?
White Widow is one of the easiest and most rewarding cannabis plants to grow outdoors. While it’s common for cannabis grown outdoors to dry out from overexposure to sunlight, White Widow does not have this issue. As a matter of fact it seems to thrive in hot and dry climates. The strain gets its name from the thick coat of crystals and resin that give the buds their trademark frosty look and sticky feel. As such the buds are less susceptible to predators and fungi, making it the perfect strain to grow outdoors.
This deliciously fun and fruity cross between Skunk #1 and Afghani is beloved by stoners for its relaxing and euphoric high (perfect for summertime activities). Grape Ape is loved by growers for their higher yield and relatively low maintenance growing. As long as the plants get all of the nutrients they need, you should have little to no issues, no matter how much of a novice you are!
No list about the best strains for growing would be complete without Blue Dream, which has pretty much been a staple of outdoor growers for as long as it’s been around. Blue Dream is a dream for both experienced and noob growers because of the heartiness of the plant. It can survive in just about any climate.
Green Crack is a great strain for growing outdoors regardless of the amount of experience you have growing. The reason why is because it has a faster flowering time and higher yields than other sativa plants, making it resemble an indica rather than a sativa. Don’t be fooled though; this is definitely a sativa! If you want the ease of an indica with all the benefits of a sativa, this is the strain you want to go with!
Perhaps one of the most legendary strains of all time, OG Kush is a long time favorite of growers because it’s so simple to grow, especially in warmer climates. Not only is the strain easy to grow, it can yield up to 110 grams per crop! This should definitely be one of your top choices!
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