5 Easiest Cannabis Strains to Grow!


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The Five-best Cannabis Strains for Beginners

It is not easy to definitively state which are the five best cannabis strains because there are just too many variables.

Beyond personal preference for flavor and strength, you then have to take into account levels of CBD and THC.

Additionally, you need to consider yields, speed of growth and the type of environment best suited to any particular cannabis plant. Do you want to grow your plants indoors or outdoors?

So, we have created a selection of videos for you including the five strongest THC and CBD strains, the five fastest-growing strains, and the five highest-yielding strains.

We then decided to create a video of the five easiest ones to grow if you are a relative beginner.

At number five on the list we have Cinex, which provides a high level of THC at 22%. The great advantage of this plant is that it has a natural resistance to mold and mildew, so there is a bit more room for beginners’ mistakes.

At number four there is Dutch treat, which has its roots (excuse the pun) embedded in the soil of Amsterdam. It is a great indica-dominant plant which makes it easy to grow indoors and which provides high yields.
Our third-plant on the list is the Blue Dream, which is one of our most popular seeds. For beginners, its resistance to powdery mildew and root rot wakes it a firm favourite.

At number two, and it was a close-run race, we have Royal Queen’s Easy Bud. We like this one as it is autoflowering, you can harvest the plant in only 8-9 weeks after germination, and yields are good
The best thing about Easy Bud is the size of the plant, which is ideal for those of you who need to keep your plants discretely tucked away.

In first place, and we have Formula 1 Auto which, as its name suggest, is a fast developer and which will flower within 6 weeks of germination.
It can be grown indoors or outdoors, and reaches a manageable maximum height of 90 cm.

Formula 1 seeds are also a great price, so any mistakes won’t be too costly.

If you are legally allowed to grow cannabis plants, let us know which ones you started out with and any you would recommend to beginners in the comments section below.

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