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Apple Kush

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Sour
  • Sweet


  • Calm
  • Focused
  • Sleepy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth

Pairs Well With

  • Knitting
  • Reading
  • Sleeping
  • Spa

About this Hybrid Strain

Apple Kush is an indica-dominant cannabis plant famous for its apple-peel aroma. The smoke holds the apple flavor while also oozing the diesel qualities common in most indica strains.

It typically tests at 20% THC and 0.4% CBD.

Although this strain may be an indica-dominant hybrid, its psychoactive effects appear to be more in line with sativas. Most of its buzz melts into the head and stays there. The high is simultaneously relaxing and euphoric, but its physical effects also target the head area. Its known among users to relieve pressure behind the eyes, making it a common suggestion for those looking for help with glaucoma. It starts off fairly mellow with a focus-inducing quality, though eventually its couch-locking aspect will creep up.

Expect dry, red eyes with liberal use of this strain. Dry mouth is another common side effect.

Apple Kush is an indica-dominant cannabis plant famous for its apple-peel aroma. The smoke holds the apple flavor while also oozing the diesel qualities common in most indica strains. It typically tests at 20% THC and 0.4% CBD. Although this strain may be an indica-dominant hybrid, its psychoactive…


sasquatch strain


breed by 303 Seeds

Here you can find all info about Sasquatch from 303 Seeds. If you are searching for information about Sasquatch from 303 Seeds, check out our Basic Infos or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information – or list all Sasquatch Strains (±2) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Sasquatch is an indica/sativa variety from 303 Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±56 days ) and outdoors . 303 Seeds’ Sasquatch is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

303 Seeds’ Sasquatch Description

Apothecary hit it out of the park with their Grape Ape, and our cut showcases the incredible potential cannabis has to mimic flavors and scents from the world around us. The grape terpene present in the mom dominates the palate and reminds you of the grape bubble gum of old. The pure/uzbeki adds vigor and yield potential to the slow vegging, low stretching Grape Ape and expands the terpene and color combinations to straberry, cherry, blackberry and beyond!

Extremely limited, grab these while they last.

Mother: Grape Ape (Apothecary)
Father: Pure Kush (Suge) x Uzbekistan Hashplant – (Bodhi)
Genetics: (Afghani x Skunk #1) x (Pure Kush (Suge)/Uzbekistan Hashplant)
Grow Difficulty: Moderate – Some experience recommended
Phenotype: Indica/Sativa Hybrid
Indoor Flowering Time: 7-9 Weeks

Sasquatch breed by 303 Seeds Here you can find all info about Sasquatch from 303 Seeds . If you are searching for information about Sasquatch from 303 Seeds, check out our Basic Infos or

Sasquatch Sap

3C Sasquatch Sap is a unique and heady sativa, dishing out a strong meditative mental state from the onset that slinks down into the body. The aroma and flavor of this flower’s tightly bound colas are distinctive, leading with a heavy dose of diesel and finishing with tartness on the palate. This strain is a hybrid blend of Chem’s Sister and Chocolate Diesel, doling out semi-stimulating qualities that fill the body with warmth while setting the mind free. Enjoy this strain before physical activity for a complementary body high, or after physical activity to reinvigorate the mind and im-bue the body with an airy lightness.

3C Sasquatch Sap is a unique and heady sativa, dishing out a strong meditative mental state from the onset that slinks down into the body. The aroma and flavor of this flower’s tightly bound colas are distinctive, leading with a heavy dose of diesel and finishing with tartness on the palate. This strain is a hybrid blend of Chem’s Sister and Chocolate Diesel, doling out semi-stimulating qualities that fill the body with warmth while setting the mind free. Enjoy this strain before physical activity for a complementary body high, or after physical activity to reinvigorate the mind and im-bue the body with an airy lightness.

Sasquatch Sap effects

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creme rose strain

Creme Rose Cannabis Strain Review

The rose has a very well established place in our cultural consciousness. We think of a rose as beautiful, yet dangerous; romantic, yet tragic.

Though the red rose is far more common, there is also the climbing rose, or the crème rose. This off-white, slightly shimmering rose is often used as a remembrance flower. It is left on graves or just enjoyed for its deeply musky, incredibly alluring aroma.

What do you do if you want this attractive aroma in your everyday life, but lack a green thumb? Let’s take a look at the Crème Rose strain and find out if it can work as a suitable replacement.

What Is the Creme Rose Strain?

The idea of naming a strain after a type of flower is one of the more uncommon ways of finding a name for a marijuana strain.

The precise genetics of this uniquely named strain aren’t precisely clear. We know that it has some blend of the Aficionado strain, as well as possibly Mendocino, which is itself a mix of a variety of other interestingly flavored strains like Crème Brulee X. This means that the Crème part of the name in Crème Rose might be more to do with its parentage than its actual flavor or aroma.

However, whether by coincidence or just insanely good name choice, the Crème Rose strain is well known for its distinctively decorative and highly mood-elevating effects. This gives you that same, wonderful uplifting feeling you get after smelling a fresh rose.

Creme Rose Strain Effects

The Crème Rose strain hits you pretty quickly after the first initial puff. No matter what you felt before you took your first puff, whether feelings of stress or inadequacy, Crème Rose mellows everything out.

You will notice your body and your mind relaxing and soothing itself, lending the ultimate sensation of complete and total tranquility.

There are plenty of marijuana strains out there that can induce that pleasant feeling of relaxation and serenity. However, Crème Rose does it incredibly well, leaving your muscles loose and rubbery, but without knocking you out.

Feelings of stress or anxiety will melt away. This general euphoria creeps up your brain, gradually settling in and forcing a smile on your lips.

This strain descends upon you very slowly, but when its effects are realized, you can’t help but excessively smile and feel ecstatic.

It might seem a bit childish to compare the sensations of this strain to the feeling of walking through a rose garden. However, there is perhaps nothing more fitting than that sweet, innocent pleasure. That almost indescribable feeling of walking among the tranquility of nature and basking in the sunlight, all the while the vines and thorny branches of rose plants grow all around you.

The high from the Crème Rose strain is precisely like this feeling, only without any horrible risk of getting stabbed by thorns.

What about the flavor and aroma of this strain? Does it smell like a rose garden?


The first aroma you will notice when you find some Crème Rose is a gentle earthiness, very much like a well-tended garden in the middle of nowhere.

As you approach the strain and break it open, this flavor intensifies. There is lots of dank earthiness and wholesome natural smells that remind you of being out in the wild world and experiencing nature.

There is an underlying quantity of citrus hiding behind the earthiness, which feels exceptionally out of place. It isn’t enough to be similar to many citrus-based marijuana strains, but it is still enough to be noticeable after a few seconds smelling this strain.

There isn’t a tremendous amount of rosiness or general musk that you would expect from a strain called Crème Rose, but it does have that subtle sweetness underneath all the other flavors.

The aroma is fascinating, but what makes it even better is its unique flavor.


When you try and think of the actual taste of roses, you will likely really struggle. Everyone knows the aroma of a fresh rose, but what does it taste like?

If you have ever had Turkish delight, you will have enjoyed the taste of rosewater. This is made from the petals of rose plants, especially red roses.

It has this tangy sweetness that is at once both musky and alluring; dank yet entirely pleasant. The flavor of the Crème Rose strain precisely mimics that. It is very sweet and enticing but filled with a vibrant, subtle intensity that you will struggle to find anywhere else.

The citrus notes that hide beneath this strain’s aroma rear their heads once you start to breathe out the bright and intense smoke. It isn’t quite like the flavor of any particular citrus fruit, but instead a gentle medley of all kinds of different acidic fruits.

What about the strain’s appearance? Is it as pretty as a rose, like the name suggests?


When you think of the presence of a crème rose, you likely think of subtle, off-white colors and plenty of gorgeous, colorful hues just beneath the surface.

Sadly, while this strain manages to stay almost entirely faithful to its namesake in both flavor and aroma, it falls short when it comes to appearance.

This strain’s buds are oddly regular looking, with a pretty standard mottled green appearance. There is a good quantity of orange pistils dotting the surface of the bud, but they are not as frequent or intense as with many other strains.

One exciting quality of the buds of this strain is the multitude of orange leaves. Instead of just the regular distribution of green that most buds have, there are some irregularly placed purple bits that give this bud a very dark and slightly confusing look.

However, there is no intense white coloration, whether from the leaves themselves or from a great number of white trichomes. It just looks pretty ordinary.

What’s worse, the purple parts to this bud that give it that little extra something are almost entirely reliant on proper curing and drying. To best make sure you get these pretty purple parts, you need to try and grow your own. But what kind of tips and tricks do you need to know to grow your own Crème Rose?

Creme Rose Strain Grow Info

Seeds for the Creme Rose strain are not the easiest to get hold of, probably because of its breeding history. This means that, if you want to grow your own, you probably need to know a grower that has a plant on hand that they can give you cuttings from.

Like many other indicas with a high THC content, Crème Rose has a pretty natural growing cycle. It tends to grow bushy and sideways, meaning you need to use topping and trimming to keep it under control.

To do this, snip off the very tip of the plant as it grows, stopping only when it ends its vegetative cycle. This will allow it to focus more of its efforts on lateral growth, which is what it needs to promote stronger bud production.

If there are any branches that begin developing underneath the bush of the plant, don’t be afraid to cut them off. Also, trim away leaves that can’t reach the light. Remember, if a leaf can’t reach the sun, it is a drain on the plant’s resources and detracts from bud production.

As your Crème Rose grows more prominent, you likely need to up the plant’s feeding. Try to keep fertilizing it will a mix of both nitrogen and phosphorus in your feed.

Once your Crème Rose has finished growing, you need to make sure that you cure it adequately. To do this, make sure that you get your harvested bud into the drying and curing process as soon as possible.

If you wait too long, you might find your bud begins to lose that signature coloration. It may also lose a good deal of its intense flavor profile.

If you do treat your freshly harvested bud properly, what kind of cannabinoid content can you expect to find?

THC Content – Highest Test

Crème Rose cannabis is well known for its intoxicating, gently relaxing effects. This serves as an excellent indicator for what THC content most samples are going to have.

Like all good indica strains, Crème Rose possesses about 20% THC content, with a few samples varying between 17% and 23%. This means that pretty much every bud of Crème Rose you find is going to feel incredibly potent and probably a bit overpowering.

Make sure that, if this is your first time trying some Crème Rose, you don’t take too much at once, as it will likely knock you out without warning.

What about its CBD content?

CBD Content – Highest Test

What usually happens when an indica strain has been bred to hold as much THC as possible is that it needs to make room in the plant for all that THC.

This means that most of the CBD that would have initially been in the plant has been removed to make room for all the THC. Due to this, you won’t find any more than about 1% CBD in any particular sample of Crème Rose, no matter how hard you try.

However, it is essential to remember that just because it doesn’t have much CBD doesn’t mean it has no medical uses whatsoever.

Medical Benefits of the Creme Rose Strain

Many indicas exist in the whole wide world of marijuana that seek to create the same feelings and effects that Crème Rose imparts on its users.

This blissful sensation of your muscles relaxing and your mind moving away from dealing with all kinds of stresses is not unique to this strain, but Crème Rose does it exceptionally well. This makes Crème Rose perfect for tackling issues arising from depression, stress, and anxiety.

Instead of having to sit there, fretting and worrying and going over all kinds of problems in your mind, you can alternatively feel completely and totally relaxed and calm. Crème Rose lets you carry on with your day without fear of dealing with your account.

Most indicas with potent relaxation effects are prescribed and recommended for depression, but it is only Crème Rose that leaves you with that uniquely disassociated, calm serenity that does away with all other problems and worries.

Additionally, this strain is excellent for helping get you to sleep at the end of a long day.

While Crème Rose does not send you to sleep as many other stronger indica strains do, it does give you intense relaxation. This makes it easy to finally get to sleep, especially if you have been struggling with getting to sleep as a result of insomnia, or as a result of your anxiety.

Of course, there has yet to be a marijuana strain invented that does not come with a few unfortunate side effects as well.

Possible Side Effects of the Creme Rose Strain

All strains with a higher than average amount of THC generally cause two significant side effects, and Crème Rose is no exception.

Dry mouth and dry eyes will most certainly hit you far stronger than you might expect, to begin with. Make sure you keep a moist towel on hand to fight against the dry eyes. Otherwise, you might find your lips and eyes drying up.

Other than that, the only significant side effects of the Crème Rose are related to its overuse. When you take too much Crème Rose at once, your body can’t handle all that THC and tends to react pretty poorly.

It usually hits everyone differently, but two of the most common reactions are increased amounts of anxiety or paranoia. However, both of these side effects only tend to happen if you were already prone to suffering from either of them in your day to day life.

So, if you struggle with paranoia or anxiety and still want to try some Crème Rose, make sure you only take a small amount at a time.

Final Thoughts on the Creme Rose Strain

When a strain is called Crème Rose, you expect two main things – intensely creamy texture and flavor, and the smell of roses.

However, Crème Rose serves as a great example of a marijuana strain that doesn’t necessarily provide all the things you expect from a strain’s name. Although it’s still incredibly delicious.

While it doesn’t give a large amount of rosiness in its flavor or aroma, it does leave you feeling like you are basking in the warm glow of a summer rose garden, while still tasting and smelling like a vibrant, lush garden.

There also isn’t really much creaminess to speak of, as the name refers to its parent strains. However, it certainly leaves you with that satisfied, satiated feeling that leaves you pleased and happy for hours to come.

If you are looking for a potent strain capable of utterly relaxing you and transporting you to a place of pure tranquility and peace, then you should definitely try and find some Crème Rose at your local dispensary.

It might not smell of roses, but it certainly leaves everything feeling much rosier than you can imagine.

Everything you need to know about Creme Rose cannabis strain, including effects, medicinal benefits, how to grow, and more.

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midnight snack strain

Strain Review: Midnight Snack by Maven Genetics

#MidnightSnack Midnight Snack by Maven??

Indica or Sativa: Indica dominant Hybrid

Midnight Snack Strain Review

22.861% #thc
0.041% #cbd
26.627% #totalcannabinoids .
S/o @maven_mvn
@luxinsj .
Colorful purple and green nugs with leaves of different shades of emerald and violet. Dense and very sticky but no need for a grinder . Great for joints or blunts because the flower doesn’t break down into dust.
Medium-Big nugs.
?? Pine/mint aroma and flavor with a sweet undertone and a faint bubblegum aftertaste. Smooth ,mid-heavy smoke.
?Strong high ,long lasting and intense. Body relaxtion you can really feel in your legs and feet. Focused and creative head high.
?Great for lite socializing, falling into internet rabbit holes, getting lost in music (pothead activities ). The munchies hit hard with this one so have some #midnightsnacks ready.
?Recommend for days where you can focus on healing and relaxtion and fun. 10/10
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Strain Review: Midnight Snack by Maven Genetics

New Review Alert ? here we have a fine #midnightsnack from @maven_mvn let’s see whats up: Brand: Maven
Strain: Midnight Snack
25.94 %THC

Indica or Sativa: Indica dominant Hybrid

Midnight Snack Strain Review

Comments: Here we go with another round of Maven in the house. This time we have midnight snack, an Indica leaning hybrid which made me sleep with ease.

1. Scent: Danky basement/room funk at first when pulling the nose into the jar. The website said some floral and earth but I am not getting that floral at all.

2. Appearance: Brightly glowing green hidden among trichomes and varying degrees of orange/red hairs. Lookin super pretty with some purple strips though the trichomes lil bit.

3. Nug Structure: Freshness factor was up there since they seal each of their containers. Force needed to pull the bud from the stem. Could use a grinder could use your fingers. Dealers choice.

4. Smoke: Smallish “bite” to the side of the throat; I would not characterize it as harsh by any means. The exhale is smooth through the mouth. Small tingles when exhaling thru the nose, which is a fun change up.

5. Taste: Now I get the floral vibes they mentioned! It dances around the mouth slightly during the exhale. The earthy funk is there but hard to describe the exact taste.

6. Reaction: Mixed. I like the high and the mind melt to body relaxation is there but the taste is just not completely understood to my palate. The funky room smell + floral smoke is a little confusing. Dunno. A friend was over and she was def naked AF off it but myself…not overwhelming.

7. Conclusion: I’d prop skip it next go around to be honest. They have some fire selections from my previous experiences. However, this just didn’t do it for me. Not a diss just not what I found. ?‍♀️

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what you need to grow weed indoors cheap

How to build an indoor cannabis garden on a budget

Setting up an indoor weed grow in your home is a lot easier than you may think. You will need to invest some time and money into an indoor grow, but acquiring materials and building it out doesn’t require a lot of skill and can be done cheaply.

This guide will show you how to build three different garden setups at three different price points. Each build below contains all necessary components needed to create a simple, climate-controlled grow for your plants.

All of the hardware used for each project can be ordered online or bought at a local hardware store or grow shop.

Note: Product prices below may fluctuate slightly over time.

The nano grow: $115 to $150

Who should use this build?

First-time growers, budget growers, and those who wish to keep their garden as inconspicuous as possible are a good fit for the Nano Grow. At 24”x 24”, this tent is small enough to fit in most closets.

Supply list:

  • TopoLight 24”x24”x48” Indoor Grow Room ($50)
  • Lorell 6” Clip On Fan ($14)
  • Century 24 Hour Mechanical Timer ($10)
  • Growstar 150w Cree LED Full Spectrum UFO Light ($43)
  • (Optional) iPower 4” 100CFM Inline Duct Fan ($18)
  • (Optional) AcuRite Hydrometer and Thermometer ($12)

Total cost: $117-147

The Nano Grow is designed to be the most budget friendly and least technical design. This build focuses on trimming down the necessary components to eliminate any superfluous items. While the essentials will cost you just under $120, you can add an optional inline fan and thermometer/hydrometer for just bit more.

LED lights work well in this environment because they produce very little heat. Although filtration for a grow of this size is not necessary, those who wish to grow in a more confined space should consider opting for the intake fan and thermometer/hydrometer. This will help to both increase air circulation and provide some fundamental metrics for maintaining a healthy environment for the plants.

With the tent height maxing out at 48”, plants grown in this space should not exceed 24” in height and we recommend using dwarf, indica, and auto-flowering varieties for best results.

Build notes:

30 min

  • Hardware recommendations: Duct tape, heavy-duty zip ties
  • Total power outlets required: 2 to 3
  • Where to assemble: Closet space or room
  • Recommended plant count: 1 to 2 plants
  • Components:

    • Tent: The Topolight grow tent is perfect for a small space or closet and features highly reflective mylar coating on the inside to help provide your plants with optimal lighting.
    • Light: The Growstar LED Full Spectrum UFO Light is an inexpensive and efficient fixture designed to provide a spectrum suitable for both vegetative and flowering plants. This light features 30w of Cree LED and emits a blue/purple hue. You also receive the necessary components to hang the light at variable heights in order to follow a canopy as it grows. LED lights do not add any additional heat to the tent and require less filtration to maintain proper temperatures.
    • Filtration: A 6” Lorell clip-on fan provides airflow within the tent. Additionally, you may add a 4” 100CFM inline duct fan to provide an intake mechanism to cycle clean air throughout the tent. If you decide to buy the intake duct fan, install it on the bottom of the tent using duct tape and zip ties. The clip-on fan will help move air around inside of the tent. By keeping the top duct port open, air may exhaust passively. If you decide to opt out of the intake duct fan, leave both the bottom and the top port open for air movement.
    • Automation: This build comes with a 24-hour mechanical timer designed to keep the light on an automated cycle. Mechanical timers are slightly more affordable than their digital counterparts.
    • Climate metering: The basic version of this build does not feature any climate monitoring hardware. However, there is an option to purchase an Acurite thermometer/hydrometer which will allow you to monitor essential metrics within the tent.

    The micro grow: $500

    Who should use this build?

    The Micro Grow is a value-driven package designed to provide all of the essentials for a single tent grow. More advanced than the Nano Grow, it’s a complete system that can handle just about any grow style.

    This build is a perfect fit for a small room or garage space. At 64” tall, the tent affords enough room to propagate most smaller, bushier cultivars. There is a canopy height limit of between 35” and 42”.

    In this setup, 2 to 4 plants are recommended. You can squeeze in 6 plants if you grow small auto-flowering varieties and/or vegetate the plants for less time.

    Supply list:

    • Casolly 32”x32”x64” Indoor Grow Room ($65)
    • Century 7 Day Heavy Duty Programmable Digital Timer, Dual Outlet ($13)
    • AcuRite Hydrometer and Thermometer ($12)
    • Lorell 6” Clip-On Fan ($17)
    • Growsun 4” Indoor Grow Exhaust Kit, Carbon Filter, Fan, Ducting ($120)
    • VivoSun 6” 240CFM Inline Duct Booster Fan ($21)
    • Growneer Variable Speed Vent Fan Controller ($12)
    • TopoGrow 315W CMH Grow Light Kit, 120v fixture w/ 3100k Bulb ($177)
    • 15 amp GFCI Grounded 5-Outlet Adapter ($29)

    Total cost: $466

    Unlike the Nano Grow, this build contains a complete ventilation system designed to filter and exhaust hot air while simultaneously bringing in clean, cool air. Additionally, the timer has been upgraded to the dual-outlet digital model for controlling both the light and carbon filter exhaust system. A variable speed vent fan controller is also added for maximum climate control.

    With the 315w CMH (ceramic metal halide) lights, enough heat is generated to recommend this build for an open space to allow for the best possible air circulation through the tent. The included 3100k bulb allows you to use the tent for both vegetative and flowering cycles.

    Build notes:

    1 hour

  • Hardware recommendations: Duct tape, heavy-duty zip ties
  • Total power outlets required: 4 (5-outlet grounded adaptor recommended)
  • Where to assemble: Room or garage
  • Recommended plant count: 2 to 4 plants
  • Components:

    • Tent: The Casolly 32”x32”x64” Indoor Grow Room provides adequate space for a much more powerful fixture, allowing you to cultivate more plants than the Nano Grow. This tent also features multiple ducting ports for proper air ventilation systems to be installed and comes with a front-sided concealable window for easy monitoring.
    • Light: This build features a 120v 315w CMH light fixture from TopoGrow. CMH lights give off far less heat than HID fixtures such as high-pressure sodium (HPS) and metal halide (MH). Complete with a 3100k bulb, this fixture produces a light spectrum conducive to both vegetative and flowering plants, eliminating the need to switch lights between cycles. Even better, this CMH fixture comes with a built-in ballast.
    • Filtration: Although CMH fixtures produce less heat than their competitors, there’s still a need for proper ducting and ventilation to remove hot air from the tent. For this build, we chose to pair a Growsun 4” indoor exhaust kit with a 6” Vivosun 240CFM inline duct booster fan. To maintain proper ventilation, a fan speed adjuster has been added. Additionally, a 6” Lorell clip-on-fan is used for airflow over the plant canopy.
    • Automation: A dual outlet digital timer is included for tandem use with the carbon filter exhaust and light fixture.
    • Climate metering: The Acuright Digital thermometer/hydrometer will help monitor temperature and humidity levels within the tent, making climate control adjustments easier.
    • Filtration setup: The 315w CMH generates enough heat to require filtration from the top of the tent. Airflow should be directed upward by installing the 6” duct booster fan at the bottom of the tent using duct tape and zip ties with the 4” carbon filter exhaust system at the top. Use heavy-duty zip ties to fasten the carbon filter at the back of the tent. Duct tape may be used to attach the fan to the filter as well as the filter to the aluminum ducting. Guide the ducting through the top port and fasten it with zip ties and duct tape.

    With this system, cool air will enter through the bottom of the tent, and warm air will be scrubbed as it leaves the top of the tent. The 6” clip-on fan should be placed just above canopy level on the back-left pole to help circulate air evenly as the plants mature.

    Standard grow: $1,000

    Who should use this build?

    The Standard Grow offers a complete package for growers who wish to maintain a perpetual cultivation operation year-round. It covers all of the essentials in housing, lighting, automation, and filtration for a standard home grow.

    No matter what your legal plant limit is, this tent should be able to handle it. At 80” for the main grow chamber, height is not a problem, and just about any cultivar can be propagated successfully under this build. With a 630w 3100k CMH fixture, this room can be used for both vegetative and flowering stages.

    For growers who want a full system capable of germinating seedlings, taking and keeping clones, maintaining mother plants, and have multiple chambers for various projects, this is the build for you.

    However, this system tends to run hot and will need the open air of a large room or garage to function optimally.

    Supply list:

    • 4 Bulb t5 Grow Light Fixture (x2 at $75)
    • GrowSun 6” 400 CFM Indoor Grow Exhaust Kit, Carbon Filter, Fan, Time, Ducting ($120)
    • TopoGrow 630W CMH Grow Light Kit, 120v Fixture w/ 2 3100k Bulbs ($320)
    • AcuRite Hydrometer and Thermometer (x2 at $12)
    • VivoSun 6” 240CFM Inline Duct Booster Fan (x2 at $21)
    • Lorell 6” Clip-On Fan (x4 at $17)
    • Century 7 Day Heavy Duty Programmable Digital Timer, Dual Outlet (x2 at $13)
    • TopoGrow 2-in-1 60”X48”X80” Dual Room Indoor Grow Tent ($188)

    Total cost: $938

    The “Standard Grow” is designed to be a fully comprehensive cannabis cultivation and propagation system, offering an all-inclusive perpetual grow space packed into a 4×5’ build. For just under $1,000, you get a 3-chambered, 3-light tent with a full air filtration system, automation and metering included.

    This build allows growers to cultivate at multiple stages in the plant’s life cycle as well as provide housing for multiple propagation projects.

    The 4×4’ main tent is powered by a 630w CMH light and the 1×4’ two-tiered tent extension is built out with two 4-bulb t5 fluorescent light fixtures. Complete with four fans, two dual outlet timers, and adjustable intake/exhaust components, this 80” tent supports even the most ambitious of grows.

    Build notes:

    2 hours

  • Hardware recommendations: Duct tape, heavy-duty zip ties
  • Total power outlets required: 10 (two 5-outlet grounded adaptors recommended)
  • Where to assemble: Room or garage
  • Recommended plant count: 4 to 12 (flowering)
  • Components:

    • Tent: The shining star of this build is the TopoGrow 2-in-1 60”x48”x80” dual-room indoor grow tent. The main chamber is 4’x4’x6.6” with an attached 1’x4’x6.6” two-tiered chamber. A wire frame separates the two chambers, allowing for two separate propagation rooms. The main and second chambers of the tent are divided by a velcro applied detachable, double-ended mylar fabric barrier.
    • Light: This system contains three separate light fixtures. The main room is outfitted with a 120v 630w CMH fixture with double 3100k bulbs, while the two-tiered chamber contains a pair of 12”x48” t5 fluorescent light bulb fixtures (4-bulb) stacked vertically. With this build, the main chamber may be used for both late vegetative and flowering cycles while the side chambers make for fantastic germination and cloning areas for young vegetative plants.
    • Filtration: The main chamber of the tent comes with a complete air filtration system. The intake is one 6” inline duct booster fan fastened at the bottom of the tent. A second 6” booster fan removes hot air from the top of the tent and sits just left of the CMH fixture. For exhaust, a 400CFM kit from GrowSun is used. The kit contains a 6” carbon filter, heavy-duty duct exhaust fan (with a speed controller), as well as 6” aluminum ducting. This system may either be fastened to the top back end of the tent via heavy-duty zip ties and duct tape or placed on the ground in the back right corner of the tent. Each set-up allows for exhaust ducting to leave the same top port. The main room receives two 6” clip-on fans, one set up to canopy height and the second fastened to a top support beam directing air towards the light fixture and 6” exhaust fan. The two-tiered side chamber gets a 6” clip-on fan for each room.
    • Automation: Two Dual Outlet Century 7 digital timers are used in this build. One controls the light and exhaust fan in the main chamber and the other controls the two fluorescent lights on the side.
    • Climate metering: Each chamber receives one Acurite hydrometer/thermometer for climate metering.
    • Filtration setup: For the main room, fasten the first 6” booster fan to the bottom-left port of the tent with zip ties and duct tape, directing air inward. The second booster fan should be fastened in the same way on the top-left side of the tent above the first. This fan will direct air out of the tent.

    The 6” exhaust kit may either be fastened on the top of the left tent or on the bottom-right, each option directing air through the carbon filter and out of the top port. This room receives two 6” clip-on fans—the first will be fastened to the top-right support beam of the tent to help move warm air towards the exhaust. The second fan can be placed on the back-left corner to follow the canopy as it rises.

    For the second room, a 6” clip-on fan is fastened to the back-left support beam of each tier to direct airflow throughout each small chamber.

    Author’s notes:

    • All prices are factored in pre-tax/pre-shipping fees.
    • Pricing and availability are subject to change.
    • Although not included in the inventory list, it is highly recommended that you purchase both 4” and 6” protective screens for each booster fan. Though not available on Amazon currently, these can be purchased at most hardware stores.

    Patrick Bennett contributed to this article.

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    How to grow marijuana indoors: a beginner’s guide

    Congratulations, you’re interested in growing your own cannabis plants for the first time! But before you flex that green thumb of yours, understand that growing marijuana indoors presents a unique set of challenges for the new hobbyist, and the sheer volume of information available on the subject can be overwhelming.

    Our clear, easy-to-digest guide to indoor growing will help even first-time growers get started.

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    Benefits of growing weed indoors

    • High-quality weed: Although it’s more resource-intensive than growing outdoors, you can control every aspect of your environment and what you put in your plant, so growing indoors will allow you to dial in your setup to grow some primo weed.
    • Adaptability: Live in an apartment or a small house? You can grow weed practically anywhere, even folks who don’t have a backyard or a lot of extra space.
    • Multiple harvests: Unlike outdoor growing, you aren’t tied to the sun and the seasons. You can let your plants get as big as you want, flip them into flower, harvest, and then start another batch right away. You can grow whenever you want, even straight through winter.
    • Privacy and security: Even in legal states, you may want to conceal your crop from judgmental neighbors and definitely from potential thieves. Growing indoors allows you to grow discreetly behind a locked door.

    Step 1: Designate a cannabis grow room or space

    The first step in setting up your personal cannabis grow is creating a suitable space in which to do it. This space doesn’t even need to be a typical room—it can be a closet, tent, cabinet, spare room, or a corner in an unfinished basement. Just keep in mind that you’ll need to tailor your equipment (and plants) to fit the space.

    Start small…

    When tackling your first grow project, you’ll want to start small for multiple reasons:

    • The smaller the grow, the less expensive it is to set up
    • It’s much easier to monitor a few plants than a large number
    • Your mistakes as a first-time grower will be less costly

    Remember, most new cannabis growers will experience setbacks and lose plants to pests or disease. A failed grow of two plants will put a far smaller dent in your wallet than a lot more plants.

    …But think big

    When designing your space, you’ll need to take into account not only the amount of room your plants will need, but also your lights, ducting, fans, and other equipment. You’ll also have to leave enough room for you to work. Cannabis plants can double in size in the early stages of flowering, so make sure you have adequate head space!

    If your grow room is a cabinet, tent, or closet, you can simply open it up and remove the plants to work on them; otherwise, you’ll need to make sure you leave yourself some elbow room.

    Cleanliness is crucial

    Make sure your space is easily sanitized; cleanliness is important when growing indoors, so easy-to-clean surfaces are a must. Carpeting, drapes, and raw wood are all difficult to clean, so avoid these materials if possible.

    Keep it light-tight

    Another crucial criterion for a grow room is that it be light-tight. Light leaks during dark periods will confuse your plants and can cause them to produce male flowers.

    Other variables

    When deciding where to grow your cannabis, keep the following variables in mind:

    • Convenience: You’ll need to monitor your plants carefully. Checking on them every day is important, and beginners will want to check in several times per day until they have everything dialed in. If your room is hard to access, this crucial step will be difficult.
    • Temperature and humidity concerns: If your grow space is already very warm or very humid, you’ll have issues controlling your grow environment. Choosing a cool, dry area with ready access to fresh air from the outdoors is highly recommended.
    • Stealth: You’ll most likely want to conceal your grow from nosy neighbors and potential thieves, so be sure to pick a place where noisy fans won’t garner any unwanted attention.

    Step 2: Choose your cannabis grow lights

    The quality of light in your grow room will be the number one environmental factor in the quality and quantity of your yield, so it’s a good idea to choose the best lighting setup you can afford.

    Here’s a brief rundown of the most popular types of cannabis grow lights used for indoor growing.

    HID grow lights

    HID (high-intensity discharge) lights are the industry standard, widely used for their combination of output, efficiency, and value. They cost a bit more than incandescent or fluorescent fixtures, but produce far more light per unit of electricity used. Conversely, they are not as efficient as LED lighting, but they cost as little as one-tenth as much for comparable units.

    The two main types of HID lamp used for growing are:

    • Metal halide (MH), which produce light that is blue-ish white and are generally used during vegetative growth.
    • High pressure sodium (HPS), which produce light that is more on the red-orange end of the spectrum and are used during the flowering stage.

    In addition to bulbs, HID lighting setups require a ballast and hood/reflector for each light. Some ballasts are designed for use with either MH or HPS lamps, while many newer designs will run both.

    If you can’t afford both MH and HPS bulbs, start with HPS as they deliver more light per watt. Magnetic ballasts are cheaper than digital ballasts, but run hotter, are less efficient, and harder on your bulbs. Digital ballasts are generally a better option, but are more expensive. Beware of cheap digital ballasts, as they are often not well shielded and can create electromagnetic interference that will affect radio and WiFi signals.

    Unless you’re growing in a large, open space with a lot of ventilation, you’ll need air-cooled reflector hoods to mount your lamps in, as HID bulbs produce a lot of heat. This requires ducting and exhaust fans, which will increase your initial cost but make controlling the temperature in your grow room much easier.

    Fluorescent grow lights

    Fluorescent light fixtures, particularly those using high-output (HO) T5 bulbs, are quite popular with small scale hobby growers for the following reasons:

    • They tend to be cheaper to set up, as reflector, ballast, and bulbs are included in a single package
    • They don’t require a cooling system since they don’t generate near the amount of heat that HID setups do

    The main drawback is that fluorescent lights are less efficient, generating about 20-30% less light per watt of electricity used. Space is another concern, as it would require approximately 19 four-foot long T5 HO bulbs to equal the output of a single 600 watt HPS bulb.

    LED grow lights

    Light emitting diode (LED) technology has been around for a while, but only recently has it been adapted to create super efficient light fixtures for indoor growing. The main drawback to LED grow lights is their cost: well designed fixtures can cost 10 times what a comparable HID setup would. The benefits are that LEDs last much longer, use far less electricity, create less heat, and the best designs generate a fuller spectrum of light, which can lead to bigger yields and better quality.

    Unfortunately, there are many shoddy LED lights being produced and marketed towards growers, so do some research and read product reviews before laying down your hard-earned cash.

    Induction grow lights

    Induction lamps, otherwise known as electrodeless fluorescent lamps, are another old technology that has been recently adapted to suit the needs of indoor growers. Invented by Nikola Tesla in the late 1800s, the induction lamp is essentially a more efficient, longer-lasting version of the fluorescent bulb. The main drawback of these fixtures is their price and availability.

    Step 3: Give your cannabis plants air

    Plants need fresh air to thrive, and carbon dioxide (CO2) is essential to the process of photosynthesis. This means you will need a steady stream of air flowing through your grow room, easily achieved by means of an exhaust fan placed near the top of the room to remove the warmer air, and a filtered air inlet on the opposite side near the floor.

    You’ll need to ensure that temperatures remain within a comfortable range for your plants, between 70-85°F when lights are on and between 58-70°F when they are off. Some varieties of cannabis (generally indica strains) prefer the colder side of the range, while others are more tolerant of higher temperatures.

    The size of your exhaust fan will depend on the size of your grow space and amount of heat generated by your lighting system. HID systems put out a ton of heat, especially if they aren’t mounted in air-cooled hoods. People who live in warmer regions will often run their lights at night in an effort to keep temperatures in their grow down.

    It’s advisable to set up your lights, turn them on for a while, and then determine how much airflow you’ll need to maintain a comfortable temperature for your plants. This will allow you to choose an exhaust fan suitable for your needs. If the odor of cannabis plants in bloom will cause you problems, add a charcoal filter to your exhaust fan.

    Alternately, you can create a sealed, artificial environment by using an air conditioner, dehumidifier, and supplemental CO2 system, but this is quite expensive and not recommended for the first-time grower.

    Finally, it’s a good idea to have a constant light breeze in your grow room as this strengthens your plants’ stems and creates a less hospitable environment for mold and flying pests. A wall-mounted circulating fan works well for this purpose — just don’t point it directly at your plants, because that can cause windburn.

    Step 4: Pick your climate controls and monitors

    Once you have selected your lights and climate control equipment, you’ll want to automate their functions. While there are sophisticated (and expensive) units available that control lights, temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels, the beginner will generally need a simple 24 hour timer for the light and an adjustable thermostat switch for the exhaust fan.

    The timing of the light/dark cycle is very important when growing cannabis; generally you will have your lights on for 18 hours per 24 hour period while the plants are in vegetative growth, then switch to 12 hours of light per 24 hour period when you want them to bloom. You need your lights to turn on and off at the same times every day or you risk stressing your plants, so a timer is essential. You can use a timer for your exhaust fan as well, but spending a few extra dollars on a thermostat switch is a much better option.

    With the most basic models, you simply set the thermostat on the device to the maximum desired temperature for your space and plug your exhaust fan into it. Once the temperature rises to the level you set, it will turn the fan on until temperatures fall a few degrees below the set threshold. This saves energy and maintains a steady temperature.

    Since you’re probably not spending most of your time in your grow space, a combination hygrometer/thermostat with high/low memory feature can be very handy in keeping tabs on conditions in your room. These small, inexpensive devices not only show you the current temperature and humidity level, but the highest and lowest readings for the period of time since you last checked.

    Step 5: Decide on a cannabis grow medium

    Growing indoors means you have many different media to choose from, and whether it’s good old fashioned pots full of soil or a rockwool slab in a hydroponic tray, every medium has its benefits and drawbacks.

    Here we’ll examine the two most popular methods and the media they employ.

    Soil is the most traditional medium for growing cannabis indoors, as well as the most forgiving, making it a good choice for first-time growers. Any high quality potting soil will work, as long as it doesn’t contain artificial extended release fertilizer (like Miracle Gro), which is unsuitable for growing good cannabis.

    A very good choice for beginners is organic pre-fertilized soil (often referred to as “super-soil”) that can grow cannabis plants from start to finish without any added nutrients, if used correctly. This can be made yourself by combining worm castings, bat guano, and other components with a good soil and letting it sit for a few weeks, or it can be purchased pre-made from a few different suppliers.

    As with all organic growing, this method relies on a healthy population of mycorrhizae and soil bacteria to facilitate the conversion of organic matter into nutrients that are useable to the plant. Alternately, you can use a regular soil mix and then supplement your plants with liquid nutrients as the soil is depleted.

    Soilless (aka hydroponics)

    Indoor growers are increasingly turning to soilless, hydroponic media for cultivating cannabis plants. This method requires feeding with concentrated solutions of mineral salt nutrients that are absorbed directly by the roots through the process of osmosis.

    The technique for quicker nutrient uptake leading to faster growth and bigger yields, but it also requires a higher order of precision as plants are quicker to react to over or underfeeding and are more susceptible to nutrient lockout and burn.

    Different materials used include rockwool, vermiculite, expanded clay pebbles, perlite, and coco coir, just to name a few. Commercial soilless mixes are widely available that combine two or more of these media to create an optimized growing mix. Soilless media can be used in automated hydroponic setups or in hand-watered individual containers.

    Step 6: Pick a container

    What type of container you use will depend on the medium, the system, and the size of your plants. A flood-and-drain, tray-style hydroponic system may use small net pots filled with clay pebbles or just a big slab of rockwool to grow many little plants, while a “super-soil” grow may use 10 gallon nursery pots to grow a few large plants.

    Inexpensive options include disposable perforated plastic bags or cloth bags, while some choose to spend more on “smart pots,” containers that are designed to enhance airflow to the plant’s root zone. Many people grow their first cannabis plants in five gallon buckets.

    Drainage is key, as cannabis plants are very sensitive to water-logged conditions, so if you repurpose other containers, be sure to drill holes in the bottoms and set them in trays.

    Step 7: Feed your cannabis plants nutrients

    Growing high-quality cannabis flowers requires more fertilizer, or nutrients, than most common crops. Your plant needs the following primary nutrients (collectively known as macronutrients):

    • Nitrogen (N)
    • Phosphorus (P)
    • Potassium (K)

    These micronutrients are needed as well, albeit in much smaller quantities:

    • Calcium
    • Magnesium
    • Iron
    • Copper

    If you aren’t using a pre-fertilized organic soil mix, you will need to feed your plants at least once a week using an appropriate nutrient solution. These nutrients are sold in concentrated liquid or powder form meant to be mixed with water, and generally formulated for either vegetative or flower (“bloom”) growth. This is because cannabis has changing macronutrient requirements during its lifecycle, needing more nitrogen during vegetative growth, and more phosphorus and potassium during bud production.

    Most macronutrients are sold in a two-part liquid to prevent certain elements from precipitating (combining into an inert solid that is unusable by the plant), meaning you’ll need to purchase two bottles (part A and part B) for veg, and two bottles for grow, as well as a bottle of micronutrients. Other than these basics, the only other nutrient product you may need to purchase is a Cal/Mag supplement, as some strains require more calcium and magnesium than others.

    Once you’ve purchased the necessary nutrient products, simply mix them with water as directed by the label and water your plants with this solution. You should always start at half-strength because cannabis plants are easily burned. It’s almost always worse to overfeed your plants than to underfeed them, and over time you will learn to read your plants for signs of deficiencies or excesses.

    It’s important to get a pH meter so you can check the pH level of your water when mixing nutrients. Cannabis prefers a pH between 6 and 7 in soil, and between 5.5 and 6.5 in hydroponic media. Letting the pH get out of this range can lead to nutrient lockout, meaning your plants are unable to absorb the nutrients they need, so be sure to test your water regularly and make sure the nutrient mix you are feeding your plants falls within the desired range.

    Step 8: Water your cannabis plants

    Most people won’t think twice about the water they use on their plants; if you can drink it, it must be fine, right? Well, it may not be an issue, depending on your location, but some water contains a high amount of dissolved minerals that can build up in the root zone and affect nutrient uptake, or it may contain fungus or other pathogens that aren’t harmful to people but can lead to root disease.

    Additionally, some places may have high levels of chlorine in the water supply, which can be harmful to beneficial soil microbes. For these reasons, many people choose to filter the water they use in their gardens.

    The most important thing to remember during this phase is to not overwater. Cannabis plants are very susceptible to fungal root diseases when conditions are too wet, and overwatering is one of the most common mistakes made by the beginning grower.

    How often you water your plants will depend on the medium used, size of the plants, and ambient temperature. Some people will wait until the lower leaves of the plant start to droop slightly before watering.

    As you gain experience and knowledge, you will alter your grow room and equipment to better fit your particular environment, growing techniques, and the specific strains you grow, but this article will give you a solid foundation of knowledge to get started on the right foot.

    And remember, growing marijuana is a labor of love, so spend a lot of time with your plants and have fun!

    This post was originally published on June 6, 2016. It was most recently updated on April 2, 2020.

    Our indoor cannabis growing guide will help simplify the process for you into clear, easy-to-digest sections to help the first-time grower get started.


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    The best strains to grow in a greenhouse

    Before investing in a greenhouse, it’s a good idea to think about all the problems often involved with growing weed outdoors. Unpredictable weather, nosy neighbours, marijuana theft, exposure to diseases and pests, insect cross-pollination that could ruin your perfect strain – all these could lead to a poor harvest and ruin your efforts.

    Growing your cannabis in the safety of a greenhouse is an effective way of preventing or reducing all these adverse situations. Using a greenhouse provides a controlled environment which your weed plants love. Moreover, after the initial set up costs, a greenhouse is an extremely economical and environmentally friendly way of maximising the natural resources of light and heat.

    Yet, some types of weed are better suited for greenhouse life than others. The temperature in the greenhouse, for example, is vital to how well the strain can photosynthesise. Its therefore most important to select the right strain for your growhouse culture, but what are the best strains to grow in a greenhouse?

    Safeguarding the genetic makeup of your cannabis strain

    One particular advantage offered by a greenhouse is the maintenance of the genetic stability and quality of their strains. To establish a successful growing season with maximum yield, cultivators need to choose high-quality strains of marijuana. Viewing your seeds as an asset is vital if you want to optimise the benefits of growing in the confines of a greenhouse. Allowing your quality investment to grow in the wilds of your garden gives you the likelihood of altering its genetic composition when they become cross-fertilised via outside interference, such as wind, the touch of insects, animals or humans.

    Top 5 best strains to grow in a greenhouse

    The dual actions of spending money on high-quality seeds and growing them in a greenhouse should result in an excellent yield throughout the year while maintaining the quality of the strain. At you will find seeds to suit virtually all set-ups and climates. Here are our top five strains for growing in a greenhouse:

    1. Blue Dream

    Blue Dream is the best strain to grow in a greenhouse and in most cases, guarantees its full potential. A wonderful strain with beautiful purple and violet hues, this marijuana plant looks highly attractive.


    Blue Dream Auto is a hybrid with a lemony and wood-smoke aroma and a taste with hints of citronella, cedar, woodland berries and Haze. The result is a long-lasting, powerful high that provides clarity and promotes conversation and socialisation. For Haze enthusiasts and connoisseurs.


    Blue Dream Auto will thrive indoors if given good lighting and a rich diet. Outdoors it thrives in temperate, dry, warm and Mediterranean climates, and in a greenhouse in places where sunshine and heat are unreliable. If you are thinking of investing in seeds to grow in a greenhouse, Blue Dream should undoubtedly be included in your list of contenders.

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    2. Gorilla Glue

    Gorilla Glue is a medium-density hybrid and features very light green calyxes and notoriously sticky trichomes. The aroma of the Gorilla Glue flowers is sweet with hints of sharp sourness that tends to vary from batch to batch. Burnt flowers produce a very strong skunk perfume that hangs heavily in the air.


    Gorilla Glue was bred explicitly for maximum THC content, and the flavour of Gorilla Glue can be a bit bland compared to other strains. The high is very gentle – an initial euphoric rush leading into several hours of mild relaxation.


    Gorilla Glue loves to be grown in a greenhouse and will reward you with increased yields. Take care that the pots are large enough to avoid root bind. Don’t overwater and take great care when providing nutrients, ensuring that it receives the correct ratio at the right time.

    3. White Widow

    White Widow is famous worldwide, especially among travellers to Amsterdam, perhaps the most cannabis-friendly city in the world. Amsterdam and other Dutch cities that allow tourists to smoke cannabis regularly sell White Widow in their coffee shops.


    There is a little something about this variety that makes it sell very well in the Netherlands. Perhaps it’s that lovely pine aroma? It might be the sensual yet cerebral high, which finds a smart balance between the Sativa and Indica elements of this strain. The high results from the powerful psychedelic impact of its 19% or more THC.


    White Widow is one of the trickiest strains to grow, which makes it ideal for growing in a greenhouse as it is easier to get the temperature and humidity levels precisely right. Keep levels above 21 degrees Celsius by day and don’t let them drop below 15 at night. Humidity levels should be high during the germination phase and then decreased gradually back until flowering when they should be as low as 30 to 40%. To do this, you will need greenhouse windows that open and a hygrometer.

    4. Super Silver Haze

    Super Silver Haze is a weed that tends to give users a generous body high, rather than a cerebral buzz. It relaxes the smoker and might even send them to sleep rather than filling them with energy

    Super Silver Haze has scents and flavours that are best described as pine and fruity, which provide a sense of well-being after smoking. This feeling is loved by most smokers, which explains the popularity of Super Silver Haze. The finest effects of Super Silver Haze are euphoria, energy, bursts of creativity, increased appetite and a full-body high.


    While Super Silver Haze might be more forgiving than other Sativas, you need to keep an eye on its nutrition and environment, which makes it ideal for growing in a greenhouse. This strain enjoys warmth and humidity, so be sure the temperature of your greenhouse is a constant between 70-80ºF (21-27ºC). Cultivators in the Northern Hemisphere can expect to harvest in mid-October.

    Reading tip: check our feminized Super Silver Haze seeds

    5. Northern Lights

    We end our top 5 best strains for greenhouse culture with another popular variety from Dutch coffee shops. The classic Indica, Northern Lights. Dispensaries in North America have also experienced high demand for this variety. Its Indica qualities present a distinctive taste. The spicy notes of incense, earth and pine recall its Afghan heritage. The fruity flavours of these feminised seeds combine to create a complex and sensual profile.


    Northern Lights combines an uplifting high with a massive stone resulting in a very balanced and long-lasting buzz.


    Northern Lights is one of the most straightforward strains of cannabis to grow, and Northern Lights Auto is even easier. If growing in a greenhouse, you can look forward to rapid growth and generous yields, taking as little as eight weeks to reach 800 gr/m2!

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    Indoor, Outdoor and Greenhouse Cannabis: What’s the Difference?

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    L egal cannabis sales have afforded customers the ability to choose from many forms of marijuana – edibles, topicals, concentrates, and so on – and in states like Oregon, those options include choices between indoor, outdoor, and greenhouse grown cannabis, too. But how exactly does the result differ between the three types of marijuana? The answer may surprise you.

    The Truth About Outdoor Cannabis

    Cannabis is designed to withstand variable conditions to flourish for generations (in other words, it grows like a weed), and has evolved all sorts of traits to help it withstand environmental stressors: quick grow periods, beautiful accessory coloring, sturdy stock, and so on.

    But marijuana’s fantastic ability to evolve and adapt to its environment has also brought with it some unfavorable consequences. For example, stressed female cannabis plants may produce seeds to protect the next generation, and a quicker growth period or weather fluctuations may result in lower trichrome content when grown outdoors.

    Outdoor cannabis may also be lacking in aesthetics (buds won’t be as pretty) which is due to a few factors. First, marijuana grown outdoors will stretch as it grows because of the abundant light and ample space which results in fluffier weed instead of those dense nugs you see in connoisseur magazines. Likewise, large harvest sizes produced by outdoor grows may result in a sloppy trim job as trimmers trudge through pound after pound of product come harvest time.

    But that doesn’t mean outdoor cannabis doesn’t have its place in the industry. By growing outdoors, cultivators can produce large quantities of product with minimal resources which translates into a cheaper product for the consumer and helps cannabis remain accessible for those who need it.

    Outdoor cannabis makes an excellent choice for DIY cannabis products, too!

    We recommend strains like Critical Mass, Killer Queen or Sour Diesel for outdoor grows due to their high, potent yield with minimal effort. Resilient to the elements, these strains will thrive on natural sun and produce large yields and picture-perfect colas when fed and watered correctly.

    Potency and Yield of Indoor Grown Cannabis

    What started as a covert solution to an illegal trade has become the secret to cultivating premium, award-winning strains. When growing cannabis indoors, growers can focus their attention on a smaller number of plants, monitoring growth patterns, nutrient needs and so on with ease. This hands-on approach has allowed growers to perfect their practice in controlled environments, using a variety of techniques to increase potency, perfect flavor and improve appearance all within a smaller space.

    Buds grown indoors tend to be smaller and denser (with a much cleaner trim job), but their trichome content is typically much higher. The flavor and cannabinoid profile of indoor cannabis plants are often on point, as well, thanks to the ability of growers closely monitor the maturation rate of trichomes for perfectly timed harvests.

    This increased potency and premium flavor has made indoor cannabis especially appealing to connoisseurs who are willing to pay top dollar for their premium cannabis products. Of course, this also means higher prices for the average consumer, as well, but fortunately, there’s a happy medium that harnesses the best of both worlds: greenhouse cannabis.

    Ideal strains for growing cannabis indoors include Skunk #1, Strawberry Haze, and Big Wreck because they do well in controlled environments, producing tall, dense buds in relatively small spaces. Indoor cannabis flowering time is often shorter than outdoor-grown cannabis and is much easier to tell when it is time to harvest.

    Growing Cannabis in Greenhouses

    Cannabis can be a finicky plant, producing seeds or dropping its trichome production as the result of stress, so keeping the girls happy and stress-free while they grow is imperative to developing quality cannabis. That means controlling the environment, the light schedule and all contaminants that may make their way into a grow area, as well.

    Greenhouses allow growers to monitor their crops on a larger scale and grow them continuously throughout the season.

    They utilize sunlight whenever possible, thus reducing electricity costs while keeping the plants enclosed and protected from the elements at all times. Provided the plants are trained properly using netting to support substantial growth while encouraging airflow, greenhouse-grown cannabis can easily be grown pesticide and mildew free, and the potency comparable to indoor cannabis despite its potentially larger size.

    Some of the best strains to grow in a greenhouse include Northern Lights, Tahoe OG, and Jack Flash due to their large size, resistance to mold and pests, and their ability to withstand slight temperature fluctuations.


    One of the best things about the legalization of cannabis has been the considerable selection of cannabis products that have become available to us. Of course, being an educated consumer means understanding products and their price points so that you can make the best decisions for your health and your wallet. So, if your dispensary offers a variety of cannabis, ask your budtender for more information on the difference between indoor, outdoor and greenhouse cannabis. You might just find a new favorite strain!

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    Question: how to make weed grow faster?

    Growing cannabis is a time-consuming process, and most growers are keen to get to the curing stage as quickly as possible. However, be warned. Speeding up the process can harm the quality and strength of the end product. You have to decide whether you want more weed or faster weed. It’s a question of weighing up the balance between your patience and the final result. If you are keen to learn how to grow weed fast, we’ve compiled our favourite tried and tested tricks to help you reap the rewards of your labours in as little time as possible. So how to make weed grow faster?

    Making weed plants grow faster

    One method of cannabis cultivation that won’t affect the quality of the crop is crop rotation. Plant your seeds in stages so that you always have plants growing at different stages. This article focuses on indoor methods, as cannabis plants grown outdoors are subject to the limitations of the seasons and weather, which are impossible to change.

    1.Start the flowering phase as soon as possible

    When growing cannabis indoors from ordinary seeds, the grower has to decide when to switch the plants from the vegetative phase to flowering. This is usually done by altering the lighting schedule. Reducing the total hours of daylight stimulates the plants to produce buds and will start the flower stage. This is usually about two to three months after sowing, depending on the variety.

    However, it is technically possible to make your seedlings produce buds pretty much as soon as they sprout and bypass the vegetative stage altogether. Northern Lights is a variety with a flowering time that lasts for two months. If seedlings produce flowers as soon as they germinate, it is theoretically possible to harvest in as little as three months – two months quicker than the average grow time of five months. However, the yield will always be much less simply because the seedling will not have had enough time to grow stems needed to produce buds.

    A practical solution, if you are really impatient, is to cut short the vegetative phase. The yield will be less but much more than by entirely skipping the vegetative stage. Let your plants vegetate for a shorter period than that accepted in order to switch to flowering more quickly. The yield will certainly not be extraordinary, but always more than by making the plant flower from the sowing stage. It could take three more weeks, for example, in which case you will be able to harvest after about 14-15 weeks.

    You could also give your plants a full twenty-four hours of daylight during the vegetative phase to encourage leaf and stem growth. This will enable you to reach the flowering stage a little sooner without compromising so much on the eventual yield.

    2. Speeding up the flowering phase

    You can speed up the flowering phase by one to two weeks by using a product such as Bushmaster. However, it will also stop vertical growth. The best option is to grow your plants to about the height you want to maintain while in the vegetative phase then start dosing it with Bushmaster. This can also increase yields, so it’s a win-win. Be very careful, though, as this stuff is potent and can cause root burn.

    Another method is to switch your plants to 10 hours of light per day, which will encourage your plants to ripen more quickly. This method works best on Indica varieties which have a shorter flowering cycle than Hazes and Sativas, as well as higher yields.

    When your cannabis plants receive less than 13 or 14 hours of light a day, they will automatically start to flower. In the natural world, harvest occurs in the autumn, when the hours of daylight begin to decrease. Indoors you can mimic this and speed up the time of harvest.

    Manipulating the hours of light from 13 to 10 forces your plants to produce buds much faster than they would outdoors. All strains of cannabis respond to this type of light manipulation by producing buds at a faster rate.

    However, there are consequences mainly relating to growth. The buds will stop growing, which will affect the yield, although the THC content won’t necessarily be affected. Plants grow during the hours of daylight so if these are reduced to speed things up, the harvest will inevitably be smaller.

    3. Choose a fast-growing strain

    It may sound obvious, but one of the easiest ways to reach harvest quickly is to choose seeds with short flowering times. Always buy seeds from reputable and established sellers who will display growing and flowering times on their websites. The aforementioned Northern Lights feature a two-month flowering phase, while others, such as Sour Diesel need to flower for more than 2,5 months. Strains with longer flowering times generally tend to perform better outdoors because they receive more sunshine. However, varieties with short flowering phases often produce cannabis of equally good quality.

    Santa Maria, Gorilla Glue and White Widow x Northern Lights are among the many cannabis varieties that flower quickly. All of these strains have a flowering phase of six to eight weeks, shaving around a month off the entire process.

    It is also worth mentioning auto-flowering seeds as these switch to flowering automatically, so you don’t need to worry about altering the light cycle. These strains usually take about three months to go from seed to harvest – much more quickly than non-auto-flowering varieties.

    4. Plant clones rather than sowing seeds

    Planting clones rather than germinating seeds yourself will save a couple of weeks. Clones are plug plants that are sold with an established root system, so all you have to do is pop them into the soil. The downside is that clones are genetically weaker and less likely to survive than plants grown from seeds, as they are more likely to succumb to pests, mould and disease.

    5. Start pruning

    Pruning your weed plant encourages them to focus their energy on producing buds rather than leaves. Extra stems and dying, yellow leaves should be removed to allow your plants to concentrate its efforts on growing buds.

    6. Ensure your plants have all they need

    All plants, including cannabis, need sunlight, water and nutrients to survive. To ensure your plants grow as quickly and healthily as possible, you need to ensure they have all three in the correct quantities. You can add nutrients to the soil with fertiliser or directly into the water if you are using a hydroponics system. Read our blogs for more information about how much water and light your plants need at each stage of the growing process.

    Follow our tips, and you can look forward to a quick harvest. One final thing; it is imperative to dry and cure your precious buds properly. After all your hard work, don’t rush this final stage, however much you are tempted. This could result in an inferior weed, which would be such a shame!

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    Growing Cannabis As Fast As Possible: What You Need To Know

    Use these tips to speed up your grow at any point between germination and harvest. Learn practical ways to make things go faster in either veg or flowering, inside or out. Don’t be surprised if one of the tricks for outdoor growers is a bit shocking. We weren’t expecting it either!


    There are plenty of reasons you might want to harvest early. Perhaps you’re moving house and have to pack up your grow room, or you grow outdoors in a northern country where the autumns are short, cold, and brutal. Perhaps you’re low on weed and hate to fork over your hard-earned cash in exchange for your meds. Maybe you live in a not-so-cannabis-friendly place and you think LEO is onto you.

    No matter the reason, there are proven ways to rush things along, whether you’re growing inside or out. Still, you might have to compromise yield and potency in exchange for speed. Let’s take a look at what you can do to grow cannabis as fast as possible.


    Growing indoors is almost always faster than growing outdoors, mostly because you can control the lighting. You can tweak a few other things in the name of speed too.


    As a general rule, autoflowering cannabis will mature at a faster rate than photoperiod strains because they contain a percentage of ruderalis genetics. Ruderalis evolved naturally in cold places like Siberia where the summers are very short. They had to develop the ability to produce flowers and seeds quickly to ensure the survival of the species.

    Most autoflowering hybrids will start to flower two weeks after germination, and can be harvested about 7 weeks later. Quick One, for example, completes its full life cycle in 8 weeks and still yields up to 150g/plant.

    Note that breeders are now reducing the amount of ruderalis they use to create autoflowering hybrids in order to increase yield and potency. As a result, some may take a little longer to be harvest-ready, or require a 20/4 or 18/6 light cycle for flowering.

    Quick One
    Strong Indica x Ruderalis
    275 – 325 g/m 2
    50 – 60 cm
    5 – 6 weeks
    THC: 13% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
    10% Sativa, 60% Indica, 20% Ruderalis
    100 – 150 g/per plant (dried)
    60 – 100 cm
    8 – 9 weeks after germination
    Quick One
    Strong Indica x Ruderalis
    275 – 325 g/m 2
    50 – 60 cm
    5 – 6 weeks
    THC: 13% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
    10% Sativa, 60% Indica, 30% Ruderalis
    100 – 150 g/per plant (dried)
    60 – 100 cm
    8 – 9 weeks after germination


    You can force photoperiod strains to mature almost as fast as autoflowering cannabis by putting them in 12 hours of darkness every day from the time they germinate. It works, but your plants will not get nearly as big or yield as much as if you had allowed them to veg for the normal 4–6 weeks.

    If you want to use this method, you can start with either clones or seeds, but you’ll need to grow a lot of them in sea of green (SOG) fashion if you want enough herb to hold you over to your next harvest. Most plants will be dwarf-sized and only yield 28g or less each.


    This is a hotly debated topic, but you can leave your lights on 24/7 and your cannabis plants will be just fine. Unlike some other plants, they don’t need a dark period each day to be healthy. In fact, they’ll stay shorter, grow faster, and get bushier under a continuous light period.

    By keeping the lights on all the time, you may be able to cut your veg time by a third and still have a good-sized plant by the time you start a forced bloom. If you try this technique, keep a close watch for deficiencies. If your plants look like they’re getting sick, reduce the wattage or hours of light to help them recover.


    If you’d like to jump-start the flowering process, put your plants in complete darkness for 48 hours before you start the 12/12 light cycle. Then, use a 11/13 light cycle throughout bloom. The extra reduction will trick your plants into thinking winter is rapidly approaching.

    Starving a plant that wants to bloom for 9–10 weeks to force an early harvest can have a negative impact on yield. If you’re going to try this method, choose a cannabis seed with a naturally short finish time like Honey Cream. This is a high-yielding indica that only needs 6–7 weeks to complete its flowering cycle.

    Honey Cream
    BlueBlack x Maple Leaf Indica x White Rhino
    500 – 550 gr/m 2
    60 – 100 cm
    6 – 7 weeks
    THC: 16% (aprox.) / CBD: Medium
    35% Sativa, 65% Indica, 0% Ruderalis
    625 – 675 g/per plant (dried)
    180 – 250 cm
    Early October
    Psychedelic high
    Honey Cream
    BlueBlack x Maple Leaf Indica x White Rhino
    500 – 550 gr/m 2
    60 – 100 cm
    6 – 7 weeks
    THC: 16% (aprox.) / CBD: Medium
    35% Sativa, 65% Indica, 0% Ruderalis
    625 – 675 g/per plant (dried)
    180 – 250 cm
    Early October
    Psychedelic high


    Compared to soil or a soilless mix, hydro can reduce your veg time by a few weeks. This method delivers nutrients directly to the plant’s roots so that they practically grow right before your eyes. It won’t make the flowering period go much faster, but hydro usually produces heavier, denser buds and bigger yields. You might decide that, in this case, the time was well spent.


    Sick plants need time to recover, so every time you overfeed, underfeed, or feed the wrong thing, you’re stretching the time until harvest. If you’re using nutrients designed for cannabis, they should come with instructions that tell you how much of what to use, and when to use it. Follow the directions, but keep the mix on the light side until you know if your plants are nutrient-sensitive.

    Cannabis needs more nitrogen (N) when vegging and more phosphorus and potassium (P & K) while flowering. If you give then too much nitrogen during bloom, it’ll slow down bud growth and result in lower yields of fluffier buds. That’s the exact opposite of what you want!

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    Harvesting early outside is a little tricky. The obvious answer is to use autoflowering strains—and this does work. Depending on your weather, you may be able to harvest at least three times each growing season. Outdoor growers can also make photoperiod strains mature a little faster. Here are two things to try.


    Cover your outdoor plants with a tarp or other light-proof cover in the early evening and remove it the next morning. This works just like a grow tent to give your plants 12 hours of darkness each day to force them to bloom. As a bonus, you’ll end up with bigger, denser, more resinous buds when you’re done because the sunlight they do get, during the height of summer, will be much more intense than what they would receive during the fall months when outdoor cannabis plants normally bloom.


    This last tip might shock you. Pollinate your flowers and they’ll ripen faster.

    This doesn’t mean you’ll ruin your grow with a bunch of seeds. Pollinate by hand about a week before you want to harvest. As soon as the buds are fertilised, the plant will switch its energy away from flower formation to seed production and the maturity rate will escalate. The next week, when you harvest, the seeds won’t even be noticeable because they haven’t had time to form a hard shell.


    If you want to grow cannabis as fast as possible, choosing a seed that’s been bred to mature quickly is key. It’s only common sense that it will be easier to hurry along a strain that will finish on its own in 7 weeks than one that prefers 12. Luckily, fast strains have been bred to meet every need and preference.

    For those who prefer autoflowering hybrids, Northern Light Auto is a great choice. The original was already fast, but this improved version can go from germination to harvest in 10 weeks or less without any extra measures. Royal Cheese is a photoperiod strain, but this European favourite only needs about 6 weeks of 12/12 lighting to reach full maturity. Medical marijuana patients who are on a tight schedule should take a look at Medical Mass. This variety only needs 7 weeks of bloom to yield up to 550g/m² of CBD-enriched flowers.


    If you need to force your plants to mature faster than they naturally would, you can by trying one or more of the methods described above. Doing so, however, means that you will probably sacrifice both yield and potency in the process. For the best results, choose a cannabis seed that’s been bred specifically for speed. With the right genetics, you can minimise any type of compromise that you may have to make.

    If you need to hurry your grow for an early harvest, this practical guide will show you how to speed things up, inside and out.


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    Tangie Banana Strain Review

    An extremely popular sativa dominant hybrid strain, Tangie Banana’s citrusy tangerine seasoned and coral-colored nugs will leave you feeling a rush of refreshment. For a relaxed, yet clear-headed and uplifting high, Tangie Banana will give you an intense spark in creativity. This strain is optimal for a wake and bake, and is a spectacular blast of energy first thing in the morning. Similar to the effects of the strain Green Crack but with a little more of a sedating body high, Tangie Banana is a strain to consider if you suffer from depression, chronic stress, migraines, and lack of appetite.

    Our Tangie Banana’s fruity fragrance is incredible and the coloration is almost neon green, but darker and with lighter shades of green. The orange hairs really stand out against the bright green backdrop and the crystals shimmer a knock-you-off-your-seat kind of way. As mentioned before, Tangie Banana is an amazing strain for those who like to smoke or medicate in the morning or throughout the day, as there is no real comedown or side effects that cause drowsiness. If you’re a fan of citrusy strains then Tangie Banana is going to be one you’ll need to try.

    With a full orange and banana flavored smoke and a hints of skunky notes, this is definitely one for the citrus and sativa lovers. For smokers that are all about a flavorful smoking experience, the strong orange zest combined with a strong head high make this a great strain for the outdoors or active settings. For both its unparalleled taste and its potent effects, Tangie Banana mixes the tranquil effects of the indica and the exhilarating effects of sativa to bring a perfect buzz for any time of the day.

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    A buddy of mine told me about this guy. Great looking strains and priced right. Has anybody had any experiences with this site?

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    A buddy of mine told me about this guy. Great looking strains and priced right. Has anybody had any experiences with this site? I appreciate any feedback. I am very interested in giving them a try.

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    Master grower and breeder, Paul learned to grow cannabis many years ago from friends in Mendocino. He started breeding in 2006 and for several years he experimented with genetics from many different seed banks. The first keeper strains were created in 2009 (Grape 48 aka Purple AK48) and 2010 (Pauls Purple Fire) and he began producing those strains for the public in 2011 and 2012. Since then, he has traded strains with lots of friends and created several more new awesome strains. Growing cannabis is my passion, and I plan to continue to keep breeding and cross breeding as long as I can.


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    Review of Modified Grapes Cannabis Flower (MUV)



    Strain Lineage & Summary:

    Brainchild of Symbiotic Genetics, Modified Grapes (MG) is a cross of two highly celebrated cultivars, GMO (aka Garlic Cookies) & Purple Punch. Symbiotic genetics would be proud of MUV’s cut of Modified Grapes, as this wonderful Indica tests at a respectable 22.5% THC, with an appearance & cure straight out of a “High Times” or “Cannabis Culture” magazine photo, a heavenly aroma and taste, and effects desired by medical cannabis patients as well as responsible adult consumers.

    Appearance, Structure, Trim, & Cure: 5/5 (Considering Tier 3 Status)

    Considering this specific batch is a Tier 3, I cannot be more impressed with the overall appearance, structure, trim, & cure of the flower. As expected, most of the buds qualify as popcorn, all weighing in-between .3 and .6 of a gram. Again, I cannot be upset with the size considering the Tier 3 status and the reduced price, coming in at less than $30 per eighth with my discount. Fortunately, I just ordered another jar of the Modified Grapes, though in Tier 1. Assuming the only difference is that the buds are larger, I will be ecstatic. Heck, I’m ecstatic over the smaller popcorn buds. This flower is stunning, with an almost photogenic quality. Most green is overshadowed by deep hues of purple, as well as a heavy covering of white, amber, and peach colored trichomes. A light orange is present, provided by the sporadic pistils. No description can do justice to the appearance of this batch of Modified Grapes. The photos will speak loud and clear.

    Scent & Taste: 5/5

    In one word: savory! Normally I do not give a 5 out of 5 rating in the scent & taste category if the flower in question lacks what I call the X factor, a smell so pungent that just opening the jar provides a powerful whiff that knocks you back. However, sometimes that pungent X factor is present in the flower. All it takes to get it out is a little pinch of one tiny bud. This batch of MG qualifies as such flower. One tiny pinch releases an overwhelming scent of grape candy, hints of fruity berries, combined with notes of garlic, and a gassy diesel fuel. Taking all of the best qualities from its parents, Modified Grapes provides a truly unique and delicious flavor that will have you coming back for more.

    Medicinal Effects: 5/5

    MG has become one of the more popular cuts used in many types of cannabis medicines. Still, sometimes patients require the complete entourage effect that only smoking or vaping flower will provide. I find MUV’s cut of MG to provide a comfortable and euphoric sensation with just enough stimulation to keep you clear headed if the need arises. While I prefer using MG in the evenings, seasoned patients and responsible adult consumers could find MG to be great for relaxing daytime activities like hiking, panting, yoga, fishing, and the like. Patients will find relief of all sorts when using Modified Grapes. As a natural painkiller with anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, anti-emetic, and countless other medicinal qualities, it is no wonder why MG has quickly made a name for itself.

    All people can have different reactions to the same cannabis medicine or product. Cannabis is a very complex substance, even more so when using it for specific medicinal purposes. Every individual has a distinct endocannabinoid system, which can make it difficult to predict the effects of cannabis from one individual to the next. For example, a cultivar labeled as a sativa may cause one individual to have sensations of sleepiness, lethargy, or other feelings typically associated with indica strains. The opposite can be true as well. In addition, some believe the sativa-indica-hybrid paradigm is an outdated classification & marketing system. I happen to agree. Instead of relying on broad categories, one is much better off learning the intricacies of his or her individual endocannabinoid system as well as the compounds that make up this miraculous plant, particularly cannabinoids and terpenes. It will be a lot of trial and error to start, taking notice of how one reacts to each cultivar, and most important, the cannabinoid and terpenoid profiles that make up each cultivar. Eventually, the presence of cannabinoids and terpenes will become a useful guide as to what medicines work best for an individual’s particular ailments. Finally, for all new patients starting their journey to healing with cannabis, please medicate responsibly. Always remember and practice the following when first beginning a medical cannabis regimen: “start low & go slow”.

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