Best for "stealth" short plant seeds/strains

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by NewGrow60sToker, Feb 5, 2009.

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    NewGrow60sToker

    NewGrow60sToker Well-Known Member

    hi all.....
    brand new here and i have a question.
    due to location, etc, i'm looking for the best outdoor "stealth" plant, and taking into consideration height, production, thc level, flowering time, ease of growing, mold/disease resistant, time from seed to harvest, etc.
    i'm in the midwest in the USA and am located northern ohio-ish.
    looking for a good producer and shortish in stature. being brand new to "the grow" please take into cosideration the "ease" of growing.
    is there a "set it, and forget it" strain?
    your answers will be appreciated.
    regards
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    crfhonda

    crfhonda Well-Known Member

    I can tell you now that there is no such thing as a set it and forget it strain. As for size and stealth of a plant sometimes size is hard to control. You can keep it short by topping the plant. That just means it will grow wider. Keep the plant stealth by planting it outdoors with alot of weeds and growth around it. Some strains i recommend for your location are Blue cheese, easy sativa, early girl, early pearl, hollands hope, and early misty. Those will all finish by the end of september. Hollands hope is very mold and disease resistant. Any of the strains above will be good for your situation. Hope this helps.
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    NewGrow60sToker

    NewGrow60sToker Well-Known Member

    thanks.
    i have a few strains on hand i ordered but then "got ta thinkin" about being more stealth-ier
    i'm not afraid of "re-ordering" the seeds i need for my situations.
    here's what i have now (6 strains @ 10+seeds each).
    1. BC Seeds
    2. BC Seeds
    3. BC Seeds
    4. Afghan Marijuana Seeds High Quality Low Prices
    5. Thai Stick (Thai x Skunk) Marijuana Seeds High Quality Low Prices
    6. Early Misty Marijuana Seeds (cannabis seeds)
    although it may look it, i'm not going for quantity. all i want is a nice bag of bud or 3 for next winter.
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    NewGrow60sToker

    NewGrow60sToker Well-Known Member

    also, what would be the benefits and/or obstacles of starting indoors as opposed to just "johnny appleseed-ing them"?
    do they "develop better", faster, etc?
    i have a canoe and fish some remote inland 250-300 acre lakes with some tough to reach by land "terrific looking shoreline". hence my wanting to "johnny appleseed them".
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    crfhonda

    crfhonda Well-Known Member

    when you put them outside when there like 1-2 ft tall you dont have to worry as much. They can handle some bug bites and stuff like that. They will grow taller though then you probably want. But when you start them outside at this size you can kind of (johnny apple seed) them.

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