Need some good Outdoor Strains

Discussion in 'Auto-Flowering Strains' started by justugh, May 16, 2018.

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    justugh

    justugh Well-Known Member

    hey

    in oregon rainy then massively dry (fire season)

    need a few good producers / tasty strains that can grow outside (never done it all indoor here so )

    barney farm Sweet tooth was told to do by tekdc
    any others ones any of u guys know of
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    The only factor is height. Any strain can be done indoors or out.
     
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    SwiSHa85

    SwiSHa85 Well-Known Member

    Try some of Stitch's super auto's. Look up Flash Seeds, a lot of large seed banks carry them. I've seen a huge outdoor Cristal Fruity Kush that a buddy of mine grew. She was about 7 foot and had massive colas.
     
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    1God777

    1God777 Active Member

    I just sent a order in for a 8 pack of unfeminized bubble crack auto seeds from flash along with a 10 pack of blue Himalaya diesel auto from short stuff
     
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    deote

    deote New Member

    I'm recenty in love with Mamba Negra strain <3

    It's a mixture of Highlife Champion from 2004, Critical Mass and very fruity, red-haired and dense Skunk strain

    Ayahuasca Purple also grows really good as far
    check what they have at pestkomania - they are from poland but they send abroad
     
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    Humanrob

    Humanrob Well-Known Member

    It's been a couple of weeks, did you start already?

    I'm also in Oregon, and the same boat. Last year I grew some photos and some autos, this year I'm going all autos. The biggest lesson I learned last year is that light matters... ya, sounds pretty obvious, but the autos I grew were more sensitive/reactive to the amount of direct sunlight they got than photos were. So if you are looking for big plants, hopefully your grow spot will net them at least 8 hours of direct sunlight a day.

    There are other things I learned, like cool weather (like this week!) can slow them down and make them smaller overall, so if you have a greenhouse or cold frame, that would be a good way to get them started -- or just wait another week or two. That said, our cool Oregon nights might slow them down too, making our ultimate potential less than someone from say SoCal.

    Are you planning on growing in pots or in the ground? I did both last summer, but one plant (Berry Ryder) was twice as big as the others and it was in the ground -- it also took 14 weeks to finish! I'm sure the size (finished at about 4' tall) had mostly to do with genetics, but I also suspect that it would not have reached it's full potential if it weren't in the ground, so this year most of mine are in the ground. It also makes watering much easier.

    I did start them indoors, and learned some tricks after the fact for what I should have done in terms of starting them indoors and then putting them outside in the ground (or bigger pots) with the least shock. I won't make this post any longer... but let me know if you want to know about them.
     
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    justugh

    justugh Well-Known Member


    not yet partner is still picking spot.......on southwest face of a mountain so pretty good spot
    autos are 100% feed based ......u growing a 4 foot ryder is damn good (i done experiments with MH and HPS bulbs) later plantings the plants are going to be more stretchy (requires more calmg+ and some silica to str the stems to hold the weight with out need of tie off)

    going for pots with my mix of super soil (tweaked for each strain i know)

    my whole exp with autos is feed amounts and reading the plant to avoid red vein so they do me proud .....i experiment on almost every round i do (like this was femming they can take it but i think the over all numbers are lower in amount comparied to nature grown ......but the fluffy to dense bud ratio has been better then excepted maybe 5% are what i call oil buds not deemed nice enough) getting more numbers on it in about week have a plant needs to come down
     
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    bobqp

    bobqp Well-Known Member

    Auto ultimate works great outdoors. Gets big and is mold resistant. A the moment I'm growing
    Pyramid seeds white widow auto
    White widow xxl auto
    Tangier auto
    Tangerine auto. All strains are full of fem seeds. Ready for summer planting.
     
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    Mr Blamo

    Mr Blamo Well-Known Member

    All the power to the people who grow giant plants outside.
    Me I'm to old for that but I used to be a big grower outside. Miss those days, was always exciting to me.
     
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    hotrodharley

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    Baked Beans Seeds "Bering Sea Blues". All their autos geared for northern climates. Really good smoke. Tastes fruity. Good yielder. "Midnight Sun Kush" is also good from them.
     
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    Bowtieguy77

    Bowtieguy77 Active Member

    I just placed an order with Mephisto Genetics I picked up their 24 Carat, Strawberry nuggets, and Blue Toof! They look promising for what wasn’t sold out we shall see
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    I can't wait to tey the Strawberry and 24. Have 5/7 so since they stay small might do 4 of each.
     

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