Easy To Grow Marijuana Seeds
With it’s relaxed and legal laws on buying marijuana seeds in Colorado, many people are starting to grow for the first time, and are looking for easy-to-grow seeds that are guaranteed to produce a high quality harvest, for even the most novice grower. Information is probably the most important aspect in achieving a high quality harvest, choosing seeds that suit both your method of growing and experience. Novice growers often begin by choosing seeds and strains based on their own personal taste, while this isn’t wrong, certain strain require a higher level of skill and experience than others, such as the longer flowering Haze and Sativa dominant varieties.
If you are just beginning to grow marijuana in Colorado, start with easy to grow, fast maturing strains and guarantee yourself a worthwhile ‘first-harvest’. There are plenty of strains that are quick to mature and capable of producing potent buds, even for the first-time grower, and by careful selection, you can buy marijuana seeds that suit your taste, expectations and experience level.
Unfortunately, growing marijuana outdoors in Colorado is more challenging than more Southern located states. With it’s short growing season and cold Fall, many strains struggle to completely bud and mature before the night air becomes cold and damp, creating the perfect conditions for bud rot and the development of mold. One of the best solutions is to buy Autoflowering seeds if your planning to grow marijuana outdoors in Colorado this year. Unlike conventional marijuana seeds which require twelve hours of uninterrupted darkness to completely flower and mature, autoflowering seeds can grow, flower and fully ripen under almost any conditions, although longer hours of darkness produce the largest buds.
For indoor growers, feminized seeds provide the best harvests, and although autoflowering seeds can be grown indoors, their requirement for longer light hours, even during flowering, increases the power usage per crop ratio, and unless your electrical costs are very low, do not produce anywhere near the amount of high quality marijuana that traditional feminized seeds can produce for the same energy consumption per harvest.