Thank you so much for allowing me to ask a question on your forum
I am new to growing and I appreciate any information you can share with me.
I am trying to decide which seed to use from my first grow.
I am aiming for a strain that is:
- Medium-High THC content
- Very Large Yield
- Fast growing
So far my list is:
Alaskan Purple Autoflowering Feminised seeds
White Russian Autoflowering Feminised seeds
Big Bud feminised Autoflowering seeds
Sensi #140 feminized Chocolope x Hindu Kush seeds
Which one of those fits the criteria best?
Do you have any other suggestions of High Yielding, High THC, Fast Growing strains?
Critical mass!!! Super fast, super yeilder great smoke
Critical plus (Big Bud x Skunk 1) photo’s, auto’s work well also, but easy to mess up, first time growers with auto’s … make sure you have photo’s growing also in case you fuck up the auto’s which are easy to do.
This one is one of my favorites in both photo and auto
I do not recommend auto for high yielding and easy to grow to a new grower… they produce but take a whole lot of knowledge and expertise…Big Bud fem would be simple for a new grower…chocolope is simple but requires more time than I have if I did it outdoors…
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