While you can grow Easy Bud indoors and outdoors, it does best outside in a hot, semi-humid climate. After around 3-4 weeks, Easy Bud will automatically begin to flower. Amazingly the timeframe for this strain from seed to harvest is just 8-9 weeks.
Another reason why Easy Bud is one of the best marijuana seeds for beginners is due to its resilience. Experienced Easy Bud growers say that it can withstand the elements and is forgiving of rookie mistakes.
One downside is that its yields are particularly modest. Indoor Easy Bud growers are looking at up to 11 ounces per square meter. However, outdoor growers will have to make do with just 2-6 ounces per plant.
As cannabis becomes legal in an increasing number of states, interest in cultivating it has also grown. As cannabis consumers know, regular trips to the dispensary can start to become very expensive.
3. Blue Dream (Hybrid):
Another plus for this strain is that it can be grown either hydroponically or in soil. However, experienced Northern Lights growers recommend using the Sea of Green method for best results. Try to maintain a steady airflow within the grow room to prevent a humidity buildup in the dense canopy.
Beginners will be glad to hear that this marijuana strain is highly resistant to mold and powdery mildew. Cannaman Farm recommends growing Cinex plants in soil that is rich in organic elements, such as bat guano, feather meal, humic acid, and mycorrhizae.
However, not everyone has the skills or knows how to grow cannabis. Never fear, we at WayofLeaf are here to help. We’ve picked out the 5 best marijuana seeds for beginners, and included some useful grow info for each strain.
4. Easy Bud (Hybrid):
When grown outdoors, Northern Lights does best in a sunny and dry Mediterranean-type climate. It thrives when grown in its optimal temperature range, which is between 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit.
One reason why Blue Dream is more challenging is that it’s a relatively high maintenance plant to grow. It’s essential to control this plant’s shape and size by topping and training it. You will also have to carry out regular pruning to maintain the desired shape. Blue Dream plants may need support structures such as trellises to help sustain the weight of its heavy, indica-like buds.
Blue Cheese is a pungent indica-dominant marijuana strain that novice growers should find easy to cultivate. It contains up to 20% THC and is a great strain for beginners as it is naturally resistant to mold and handles cooler temperatures well. The Blue Cheese strain has an average indoor flowering time of between 8-9 weeks and provides growers with relatively high yields of 18 ounces per square meter.
Northern Lights is an almost pure indica (90-95%) marijuana strain that is highly resistant to disease. It is an easy strain to grow and does best outdoors in a warm, sunny, Mediterranean-like climate.
You can expect to harvest Northern Lights by the middle of October and get a return of around 22 ounces per plant. Check out our Northern Lights grow guide for more information.
2. Quick One Auto
GG4 is a cross of Sour Dubb, Chem’s Sister, and Chocolate Diesel. The strain has won numerous Cannabis Cup awards. Now, it is possible to grow it at home in states where cultivation is legal.
There is a school of thought that suggests that cannabis strains are effectively the same. In reality, it is a case of sativa and indica strains not necessarily producing the effects they are ‘supposed’ to. Marijuana strains are not all created equal! There is weed blessed with top-shelf genetics and Mary Jane that is ‘middle of the road.’
2. Northern Lights
Autoflowering strains automatically transition to the flowering stage without the need to adjust the lighting schedule.
What makes a marijuana strain easy to grow indoors? Well, one that is resistant to common mold and mildew definitely helps. Experienced indoor growers will tell you the importance of controlling humidity levels. It is absolutely vital to prevent excess humidity levels in an indoor grow room, or your crop could potentially be destroyed by bud rot.