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    Best Strain Question

    Hello All,

    What strain is the best for growing in southern ontario Canada?

    I am currently thinking 1 white widow, 1 norther lights, and 1 Bubba kush.

    Any strain suggestions anyone can suggest is much appreciated.

    #2
    picking strains is a personal thing what do you want in the high ,is it for pain ,ect. all 3 of those are great strains and you should do well good luck
    new grow room built summer of 2017 ,argo max tent for veging ,big kahuna reflector, 1000hps with added leds for the full spectrum . 15th indoor grow ,5 years outside gorilla grows(stealth is the key),veg under t5s growing autos under 300w leds
    current grow https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-new-grow-room

    https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-auto-vs-photo


    https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-week-4-update

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      #3
      Oops, I literally just asked this same question in another thread, although with different parameters (outdoors, interest in size etc.).

      I am in the Oakville area, not sure if you are farther south but I expect we have similar conditions. I assume from your question you are also looking for outdoor suggestions. Northern lights is always recommended for outdoors, and for us northerners in particular. It grew well for me. I haven’t tried the other two. Whatever you pick, look for resistance to molds and such as well as something without a long flowering cycle because that cold wet weather can land on us anytime in this part of the world and you will be trying to keep them alive and mold free into at least early October unless you grow autos.

      good luck!

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        #4
        As long as you stick to auto in pots. You can chase the sun .....water them ,,,ready in 10 weeks.....who can ask for more...............PEACE

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          #5
          Indoors or outdoors? Cooler climates like us up here in the Great White North (Canada) see all kinds of strains popping up. White widow does good in colder climates but the temp can't fall below 10C or they suffer. White widow needs at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight if grown outdoors and will take 12 weeks or more (buffalobuds hasn't grown it in Canada I suspect). Northern Lights typically likes even more direct sunlight hence part of the name.
          I hope there is an afterlife...there are a lot of friends and family I'd like to see again, one day.

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            #6
            Im from somewhere between Windsor and London...we have a really good environment for growing weed around this part of ontario. Humidity is a bitch though. Be prepared to combat WPM. I grew both auto and photo's last year. Quarter Pounder auto, Ayahuasca purple photo, and a couple of mystery seeds. All did fine but the photos got pollinated. So im trying autos only outside, try to have them harvested before photos decide to switch to flower. Just dont pick a rare or unique strain. GG#4, Northern Lights, Blueberry, WW, AK-47, GDP, G-13 all grow well here.
            Shappel S3000 3.5x6x6' ice fishing hut
            Fusion Board 480w 4000k w/cree diodes
            45W Root Farm LED grow/seedling light
            50w Seedling/starter LED
            3 Vivosun oscillating fans
            6" Fusion Breath, Fan/Filter
            4" Vivosun fan/filter
            Canna Coco/perlite
            General Hydroponics Flora Series
            Cal/Mag
            FloraNectar
            Lost Coast Plant Therapy(WPM, Thrips,Mites,Aphids etc)


            Current Grow
            Durban Poison Photo
            Bruce Banner Photo
            Do-Si-Do photo
            Wedding Cake Photo
            Quarter Pounder Auto
            Lemon Skunk Auto

            Hatchery
            2 Crystal Candy
            Sour Diesel
            AK-47
            Love Potion
            Purple Ayahuasca
            Blueberry
            Gusher..all photos.
            .

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