Which type of weed seeds should someone new to growing start with? You can make things pretty tough on yourself with a difficult plant, such as Sour Diesel. It is best that you start with a simple variety to get the hang of things. We have compiled a list of 5 top strains for beginners.
Are you about to take the plunge and start growing yourself? And you don’t know how to start?
To successfully win your first, second or even third grow, you need to gain a lot of knowledge:
- When do your plants need water?
- How do you set up your lights?
- Which fertilizers do your plants like?
It’s all about trial and error, and the last thing you want is a hassle with a complicated, fussy weed variety that only makes it more complicated. As a grower, you are advised to start with a flexible, simple variety.
The following 5 types will help you a long way to get yer thumbs greener. Once you have mastered them, you will grow the most demanding and difficult weed varieties before you know it.
Here are the top 5 TYPES we have researched for beginners
JACKET THE RIPPER
If you like sativas, then you will be in good company with Jack the Ripper Autoflowering. This species is blessed with the legendary genes of Jack Herer and a ruderalis for autoflowering properties. If you would like to grow a good variety without too much hassle, then you’ve come to the right place. Jack the Ripper Autoflowering moves from seed to harvest in 60-70 days. Indoor growers can count on 300-350 g / m²; outdoor growers harvest 75-130g / plant. Because this plant does not grow higher than 60-90 cm, it can be grown unobtrusively. Thanks to a THC content of 20%, Jack the Ripper Autoflowering treats you to a tsunami of joy, creative inspiration and zest for life. Users who have never smoked a fantastic sativa sometimes get a little worried or paranoid after too many hoists.
POWER PLANT XL
Starting a growing project for the very first time is often exciting, but also nerve-racking. The most important thing is that you start with a suitable species for beginners. And as you have read, there are plenty of options that do not compromise on quality and yield.