Outdoor Strain?

Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by GoodyBaggins, May 26, 2006.

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    GoodyBaggins

    GoodyBaggins Active Member

    Whats some outdoor strains I should look out for? I'm looking for something that will thrive in the NW of America... close to BC. Something to grow for personal use.
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    matth82003

    matth82003 New Member

    If its your first grow, i'd recommend starting with bagseed. If not, look for a 50/50 indica/sativa, or a mostly indica dominant. Some pure sativa's need an 11/13 hour per day light cycle to enduce flowering. These are known as equatorial sativas. With an indica, it usually flowers a couple weeks earlier then a sativa.
    :leaf:
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    rollitup

    rollitup Forum Admin Staff Member

    I prefer blueberry to grow outdoors, kush strain is good I hear aswell. I have talked to people in British Columbia and they have had great success with blueberry. Get to planting though :) :blsmoke:

    If you get it going I would love to hear how it goes, take some pictures of the plants and post them up.

    Happy growing
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    GoodyBaggins

    GoodyBaggins Active Member

    Well I already planted 3 bagseed, I just remembered something about papertowels and I did it from the ground up... and started researching after. and now I find out I still have time to plant some decent strains. I'll take some pictures this weekend... 1 is doing really well, the other is having a curled leaf problem, and the other is smaller than the other two (I think its the only female). Their already in the final pots, their looking nice and strong, we have good soil where I live. I think the curled leaf problem is because of a mg lockup or defficiency... or overwatering (its been raining for a week)

    I smoked Blueberry once, And I'd love to do it again. Seriously, if you had any seeds you wouldn't mind selling that grow outdoors or pointing out a trustworthy site for the US I'd get right to it. Journal with pics.
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    hempgrower

    hempgrower Active Member

    Remember if you are growing outdoors, if you have helicopters wherever you are to put the plants in pots and then burry the pots in the ground. In the air pots stick out like a sore thumb :cuss:

    Someone here should be able to recommend a good seed bank, Green Man runs a good site on seed company reviews, http://www.seedbackupdate.com I think is the address. It doesnt look like much but he runs a good site.
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    P.R dude

    P.R dude Well-Known Member

    early special is a nice plant to grow outside.Plus it has a fruit kinda taste to it wen smoked.






    :leaf: :hump:
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    P.R dude

    P.R dude Well-Known Member

    oh and look out for durban poison too


    i like it because of its long stiff buds.



    :leaf: :hump:
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    puffntuff

    puffntuff Well-Known Member

    Is this the oldest thread on riu?
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    drolove

    drolove Well-Known Member

    lol idk why'd you dig it up??
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    puffntuff

    puffntuff Well-Known Member

    Just to clown around. These old threads used to piss me off but now I dont care!! Lol find an older one.
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    drolove

    drolove Well-Known Member

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    puffntuff

    puffntuff Well-Known Member

    You beat me damnit!! Lol
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    bigskymtnguy

    bigskymtnguy Active Member

    Outdoors in NW -- Dr. Greenthumb's Iranian Indica Autoflower (IAF) -- it big and easy, harvest late August!

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