Best Sativa Strain for Indoors?

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by Reloca, Jan 15, 2012.

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    Reloca

    Reloca Member

    Does anyone have advice for the best Sativa strain for indoors, or perhaps even the best hybrid? This will be my first indoor grow from seed, I was checking out Bubblicious from Nirvana but they said it was a difficult grow. As usual any input is appreciated....
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    fslashthroat

    fslashthroat Active Member

    don't think you could go wrong with one of the GHS haze strains tbh, they are all designed to be grown commercially indoors
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    bambuddah

    bambuddah Member

    im currently growing a Moby dick from dinafem. strong sativa hybrid and is growing well in my first indoor grow. im hoping for a good yield from it as my longest flowering plant
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    Jer La Mota

    Jer La Mota Well-Known Member

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    GoldenGanja13

    GoldenGanja13 Well-Known Member

    i love and love Super Lemon Haze from GreenHouseSeeds ..i started 2 seeds and one grew tall with tall thin buds and smells of lemon pepper, the other seed grew short, with Major Fat cola's and lemon funk....i cloned the lemon funk .
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    missnu

    missnu Well-Known Member

    Most hazes are slightly more difficult to grow though. They just seem to be more sensitive to environmental factors.
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    Nepaljam x Oaxaca

    Nepaljam x Oaxaca Active Member

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    GoldenGanja13

    GoldenGanja13 Well-Known Member

    Not SLH, its very easy and eager to grow. Auto's are fun to grow~
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    SativaMe@420

    SativaMe@420 Active Member

    What about Aussie Blues, I hear its some really killer shit, it looks Delicious that's for sure and the seed banks claim it grows to a manageable height indoors, around 80-110cm, that's the only reason I don't try it as I'm not to sure my 4'x5'x3' grow box (I'm about to build) is big enough. My friend is telling me to get an Indica strain like NL and too keep them short, sounds like a good idea for my situation but I just LOVE the uplifting and energetic high of Sativa's, is there a Sativa strain that does well in small spaces?
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    fslashthroat

    fslashthroat Active Member

    SAS from bigbuddha
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    theexpress

    theexpress Well-Known Member


    moat pure haze.... really its str8 up tropical sativas who have this issue.... the ones from sout east asia take forever to bloom... produce wispy light buds, and hermi easy has fuck... some wont bloom untill there good and ready to regaurdless of light photo period... and this can be a pain in the ass if your woring with smaller spaces
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    Reloca

    Reloca Member

    I like a clear headed energetic high. I have been hearing a lot about the Lemon Haze... I am going to check out the strains mentioned in this thread again and then try to narrow it down... so mannnnyyyy to choose from! :weed:
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    Reloca

    Reloca Member

    OK, so I decided to go with:

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    [TD] UFO#1 Dinafem Seeds Blue Widow freebie

    I forget which ones come in the mix now, but they are supposed to be very easy for indoors and mostly sativa... we'll see how it goes. I am thinking of starting with 2 plants, then 3 unless I take clones from the first 2... and then if everything goes well, I am going to get a nice indoor greenhouse! :lol:
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    Dwezelitsame

    Dwezelitsame Well-Known Member

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    marijuana has taken quantum leaps since your parents were smoking grass back in the day. Strains from the 60s and 70s had THC counts with such low potency that cannabis connoisseurs would (and do) simply scoff at this day and age. Far away are the days of a dime bag actually costing a dime and all marijuana being “schwag” or “just some grass.”

    When you open up a dispensary’s menu on WeedMaps.com or walk into a Dutch Coffeeshop, you are instantly met with a plethora of strains and options ranging from sativas to indicas to hybrids that have all sorts of different smoking profiles and THC levels. A lot of these strains have fancy or catchy names (like Snow White, Skywalker OG, the list goes on); with such an abundance of options at hand, it would lead one to believe that every known strain and cannabisseedhas been discovered and cultivated. So to the naked eye, the modern landscape of marijuana strains would appear to be a rather over-saturated one.

    However, believe it or not, there are pockets in this world that are home to some indigenous--and incredible--strains. These extremely rare and relatively unknown genetics that have either not been assimilated into North America’s (or Europe’s, for that matter) cannabis culture or simply have not yet been cultivated outside of their natural habitats.

    Some of the countries that hold claim to such prized and pure plants are Pakistan, Afghanistan, and, the focus of this discussion--Africa. All of these countries
    have a plethora of different types of marijuana tucked away in mountains that the average Joe Blaze would never be able get his hands on.

    Africa is where the future of Sativas lies. It is the mothership for strains that, in due time, are going to be a huge factor in the future of medical cannabis that most people outside of the grow community have never even heard of.

    What makes these African Sativas so special and potentially revolutionary?

    Most people associate hazes with Sativas, which is accurate on a basic sense. Yet, most of these hazes have very low, if any, traces of THCV in them. And a common thread found in these African strains is that the active cannabinoid in them is THCV(Tetrahydrocannabivarin). Strains with THCV in them are extremely useful for patients suffering from diseases like Parkinson’s which makes them particularly relevant in the medicinal world of cannabis.
    Numerousstudies, mainly on lab rats but also from some human testimony, have drawn the conclusion that "Given its antioxidant properties and its ability to activate CB2 but to block CB1 receptors, Δ9-THCV has a promising pharmacological profile for delaying disease progression in PD and also for ameliorating parkinsonian symptoms."
    In other words, yes, while THCV is certainly not a cure for Parkinson’s disease, it definitely eases the pain that those inflicted with Parkinson’s deal with.
    So where exactly are these hidden strains popping up?

    Well, you can’t exactly pinpoint their location on a map, but these types of strains are typically discovered in either mountainous terrains or equatorial ones. A couple African countries that we can definitely say host many of these FP1’s (parental/wild types that have not been tainted because of their locations) are Macato and Ghana. Niches within these lands’ mountain, along with their high, unique altitudes, give marijuana plants in these regions UV exposures that plants can simply not receive anywhere else. And that’s one of the reasons they possess such unique qualities.

    Some of the strains (currently very unknown to the general public) brewed with these African genetics include MILF (a combination of four different African sativas), Malawi, and Power Plant. While some of the genetics found in Africa have certainly made their way out of Africa and into your local dispensary, we have only begun to scratch the surface over there.
    Are any of these African strains ready available to the general public yet?

    These specialized African Sativas are certainly scarce, but there is one particular African strain that can be attained at certain medical marijuana dispensaries and that strain is DurbanPoison. Durban Poison is an outdoor plant indigenous to Africa that has been adapted for indoor growth. And like all of these African strains, Durban Poison is a Sativa with the active cannabinoid THCV in it. It’s also worth noting that these African Sativas differ in high from other sativa-dominant strains--they have a more cerebral or psychdelic affect along with different THC counts compared to a typical haze or Sativa. While growth periods and yields always vary based on setting, care given, and cannabisseed quality, DurbanPoisonSeedshave a general flowering time of about 10 weeks, growing up to 10 feet tall in the wild and up to 8 feet tall indoors with an expected yield anywhere from 8 ounces to a pound of cannabis.

    Conclusion

    In due time, there will likely be many exciting new Durban-esque strains coming to America. These strains, once fully assimilated into modern, mainstream cannabis culture, will complete change the landscape of sativas and alter the future of the game.
    Tasting Notes: funky fruitiness, very potent (8.5/10, long)









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    CourageToGrow

    CourageToGrow Well-Known Member

    I have a blue dream right now that for a sativa has been relatively short and pretty bushy, so that one might be something to consider as well for a shorter sativa.
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    Nepaljam x Oaxaca

    Nepaljam x Oaxaca Active Member

    The indoor mix is schwag bagseed with it's origins going back to peru. I read an article online that said to stay away from indoor and outdoor mix's because they are all the starains that never cought on or have terrible genitics. Seed companys spend lots of money sending scouts to various parts of the world to collect seeds and they have to make up the loss somehow. pure landrace's are the way to go because their genitics have been tryed and true for hundreds of years. tall sativas can be trained, topped or bent horizontal to keep the height down.

    heres some more easy potent sativas to check out:

    Nigerian - http://en.seedfinder.eu/strain-info/Nigerian/Afropips_Seeds/

    Smile - http://en.seedfinder.eu/strain-info/Smile/Kannabia_Seeds/
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    Reloca

    Reloca Member

    this is what I got hopefully they turn out ok:

    Master Kush, Afghan, Pure Power Plant and Skunk #1, and Nirvana Special

    I guess maybe I should have been more patient and waited to order. I am thinking I will start a journal once I get them... I hope they are not schwag considering the price...not that they were the most expensive but still...
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    Reloca

    Reloca Member

    this is what I got hopefully they turn out ok:

    Master Kush, Afghan, Pure Power Plant and Skunk #1, and Nirvana Special

    I guess maybe I should have been more patient and waited to order. I am thinking I will start a journal once I get them... I hope they are not schwag considering the price...not that they were the most expensive but still...
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    GoldenGanja13

    GoldenGanja13 Well-Known Member

    Sounds like a wonderful mix. Skunk #1 is a heavy yielder. It is crossed into so many strains, so thats a solid. Afgan, yummy and Master Kush, stoney.
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    Reloca

    Reloca Member

    Sweet :weed:

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