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When deciding what kind of cannabis seeds to buy, you need to take a number of factors into account. First and foremost, you should get acquainted with your own climate, for this will make the biggest difference in the success of your plants’ yield. Marijuana varieties come in different shapes and sizes.

These variations are from their successful growth in a very specific type of climate. Light intensity and length of exposure, temperature, altitude, and seasonal changes all will have an effect on your cannabis plants.

It’s your job to find out which strain is perfect for your particular climate, but I’ll help you with that. In my online seed shop you can select marijuana seeds by type, climate, yield and much more.

Best seeds for your climate

All marijuana plants are not alike. Depending on the grower’s preferences and the surrounding climate, marijuana has evolved differently in different geographic locations.

cannabis seeds
Example off seeds

For instance, tropical locations often have marijuana plants with very small leaves but many flowers. Middle Eastern and Central Asian strains, on the other hand, usually have larger leaves (both in breadth and length) and denser buds.

Differences in leaf size reflect differences in sunlight strength and consistency. Larger leaves have evolved in locations with weaker light, in order to absorb as much sunlight as possible. The greater the leaf size, the more sunlight they can be exposed to at one point in time.

Tip: Make sure to download my free Grow Bible for more information about best outdoor cannabis seeds

These differences may seem superficial at first, but in fact they can make a huge difference when you are deciding which strain to plant. If you live in a climate where there is not much sunlight, or it is particularly weak, then you will want to choose a strain that has a tendency for greater leaf sizes.

Indica, sativa and ruderalis

Cannabis Indica

Indica’s tend to be short and wide, have greener colors, and have rounder leaves with patterns that look like marble. The high is heavy and centered on the body.

Indica leaves
Indica leaves

The indica variety comes from a number of different places including Kashmir, Morocco, Afghanistan, and Tibet.

These locales are well-known for their tradition of producing hash and kif, two THC-filled byproducts of the cannabis plant. Indica plants tend to be shorter (around 3 to 6 feet tall) and contain broad leaves, dense foliage, and a dark bluish green hue that can appear purple sometimes.

During the maturation process, indica plants can start to turn even more purple. They will also produce thick, dense buds. The characteristic “skunky” aroma and taste of indica is a defining property of its smoke. When smoking, you tend to feel the relaxing and almost hypnotic effects in your body more than your brain.

Cannabis Sativa

Sativa’s tend to be taller, thinner, and have pointier leaves without patterns. The high is energetic and centered on the brain.

Sativa leaves
Sativa leaves

Sativas are a tropical variety originating out of places like Mexico, Colombia, and Thailand. Despite the fact that these plants come from warmer climes, they have proven to be adaptable to colder temperatures. They are tall, slender plants that can reach up to between 8 and 12 feet. Unlike the indica variety, sativas have thinner leaves and a light green coloration.

As the buds mature, they start to turn red, but if the climate is colder, they may start to turn purple. Other sativa strains may have a slight “golden” or yellow hue. Spicy, fruity, and sweet are all ways to describe the smell and taste of sativa plants. The high is very cerebral and lively.

indica vs sativa
Here you can see the difference between Indica and Sativa (leaves and strains)

Cannabis Ruderalis

Ruderalis plants tend to be small and are used in clothing, rope manufacturing but also for their breeding potential to produce autoflowering marijuana plants.

Ruderalis strain with leaves
Ruderalis strain with leaves

Ruderalis is typically cultivated in the northern Himalayas and in a few of the southern former Soviet states. It grows in a scant, weedy pattern and is typically never cultivated for use as a psychoactive drug.

Hemp cultivation used to be prevalent in places like the mid-western United States, and some extant ruderalis populations can be found in that area. Wild ruderalis also appears in great quantities in places like Latvia, Belarus, Lithuania, and nearby nations. Because humans rarely cultivate these plants, they have lost the traits that make them desirable to humans.

sativa indica ruderalis
Sativa vs Indica vs Ruderalis

Although ruderalis has a relatively low THC content by comparison to both sativa and indica, they do possess some desirable properties. Ruderalis is high in cannabidiol (a less potent cannabinoid than THC), and some medical marijuana patients grow these varieties.

But the real draw of ruderalis for some breeders is that the plants can be autoflowering and also highly resistant to pest problems and disease. Indica strains are commonly crossed with ruderalis strains to produce THC-filled plants that are autoflowering. These plants also tend to have more resistance to environmental pressures and shorter height.

Hybrid marijuana strains

As the term suggests, a hybrid occurs when you cross a sativa with an indica or an indica with a sativa. Virtually every strain is a cross-breed between an Indica and a Sativa for the best of both highs.

Any crossbred plant will contain a certain amount of indica characteristics and a certain amount sativa characteristics. Every strain has its own unique mix of medicinal characteristics.

Hybrid plant cannabis
Hybrid plant cannabis

If you want to gauge how much of a sativa or indica your hybrid plant is, then just take a look at the fingers on the fan leaves. If the fingers are wider than normal, then you have a “mostly indica” plant. If the fingers are thinner than a normal leaf, then you’ve got a “mostly sativa” plant.

One of the most important aspects of choosing a marijuana seed is how likely that seed is to thrive in the climate and environment that you intend to grow it in. Sativas generally take longer to mature than pure indicas, but, with cloning and breeding, you can make crosses between the two that mature in suitable time periods.

Of course, it’s more vital to take into account the climate when buying your marijuana seeds. What kind of weather do you expect during the growing season?

Tip: make sure to download my free Grow Bible for more information about best outdoor strains

It’s also always a good idea to look at the average temperatures in your area at the start of spring and fall. Tropical and southern locales will usually provide plenty of light and warmth for marijuana plants, but northern locations will have to prepare differently.

If the ground is still frozen at the start of spring or if early winter frosts are an issue, then it’s important to have a strain that grows in a shorter amount of time (usually indicas). You can start later in spring and harvest earlier in the fall so that the cold temperatures do not affect the yield or potency.

Read more about The Difference Between Regular, Feminized and Auto Flowering Marijuana Seeds

Best seeds for hot climates

So here are our best outdoor marijuana seeds to grow in Southern Latitudes with warmer climates. If you live in Southern Europe, southern parts of the United States and Australia you should grow one of these strains:

Blueberry

The Blueberry marijuana plant offers a very fruity blueberry taste and euphoric high that will last quite a while. Blueberry marijuana seeds grow into dense and stout plants with red, purple and later blue teints. Suitable to grow in sunny/Mediterranean climates like Florida, Mexico and Spain. More about Blueberry

Blueberry strain marijuana
Blueberry strain

White Widow

White Widow is a very potent and powerful marijuana variety, available on the top of all Dutch coffee shop menus. The buzz is powerful and energetic yet social, so be prepared for a strong high.

White Widow seeds are perfect for novice marijuana growers. White widow is a very strong plant that grows best in a warm climate (California, Italy or Australis). Very high yields possible! More about White Widow

White widow strain marijuana
White Widow strain

Amnesia Haze

The Amnesia high is mostly in the head. It has a flowery and hazy smoke and it is ideal for a strong yet mellow high. The dark lime green buds are steady and densely covered with crystals. This classic Amnesia marijuana seed strain has spawned dozens of crosses. Grows best in Southern States like Texas, New Zealand or Colombia. more about Amnesia

Amnesia Haze strain marijuana
Amnesia Haze strain

Much more suggestions in my marijuana seeds shop

Best seeds for cold climates

So here are our best outdoor marijuana seeds to grow in Northern Latitudes with cooler climates. If you live in Northern Europe, northern parts of the United States and Canada you should grow one of these strains:

Super Skunk

Super Skunk will leave you with a strong all-round buzz, yet clear. It’s famous for it’s potent flavor and aromatic high. The plant has a light green overall color with brown hairs. This marijuana strain is extremely fast flowering and can stand colder climates like Oregon, Canada and England. More about Super Skunk

Super Skunk strain marijuana
Super Skunk strain

Strawberry

Strawberry Kush with its hint of Sativa has a head high that complements the Indica-stone. This high yielding Strawberry Kush is also a fast flowering plant with glistening buds that do not need cold temperatures to turn color. Can also grow in colder weather like Washington State, Netherlands and Britain. More about Strawberry

Strawberry strain marijuana
Strawberry strain

My personal favorites

The one question I get the most is “Which marijuana seeds are the best for yield and simplicity in my region?” Each strain maintains its own unique characteristics, growth processes, and flavors. But, if you asked me to choose my favorite indica-dominant, sativa-dominant, and ruderalis-dominant strain, then these are what I’d choose:

Indica – White Widow

Everybody needs to cultivate and smoke a little white widow. It is one of the most popular strains in Amsterdam coffee shops and it’s loved by indoor growers, too. It is easy to grow and produces an extensive yield and a fantastic high. There’s nothing better than white widow!

White widow is particularly well-known for the glaze of white trichomes that cover its exterior. These trichomes are extremely high in THC and white widow benefits from a high potency. The strain is highly relaxing and has also been used as an appetite booster. Although it is an indica-dominant strain, it still maintains a large amount of sativa characteristics.

Indica White Widow plant
Indica – White Widow plant

Mood enhancement and increased activity can also be experienced when smoking white widow. The strain is usually compact and rises to medium heights. The plant’s buds only produce a small amount of amber-colored hairs, but the amount of crystals caked on to the buds is legendary. The strain is also resistant to mold and well-suited for colder locales. Buy white widow marijuana seeds

Sativa – Super Silver Haze

Everything about white widow could be said about super silver haze as well. It’s simple to grow and produces outstanding yields and fantastic highs. I’m always amazed at how fast super silver haze grows and how much quality bud the plants can make.

The strain is a perfect blend of notable strains including Northern Lights, Haze, and Skunk. The scent and taste of super silver haze is like no other. It packs a fragrant, skunky, and spicy punch that has improved moods and relaxed the body for decades.

Sativa Super Silver Haze plant
Sativa – Super Silver Haze plant

You have the combination of a relaxed stone and a stimulated high that proves to be a perfect mix every time. As long as you provide the plant’s roots with plenty of room to grow, you should end up with outstanding yields. Buy Super Silver Haze marijuana seeds

Ruderalis – Super Skunk feminized autoflower

As I’ve noted previously, the only real benefit of autoflowering seeds is the fast flowering time. Marijuana generally starts to flower when the seasons change and the light cycle diminishes, but autoflowering plants will start blooming in only a few weeks.

They are always rather small and do not produce the highest quality bud, but you can harvest them in no time! When the season starts, I always germinate a few super skunk autoflowers so I can enjoy a smoke while the standard seeds grow.

Ruderalis Super Skunk feminized autoflower plant
Ruderalis – Super Skunk feminized autoflower plant

This super skunk strain provides all the benefits of the world-renowned super skunk genes with the quick flowering time of cannabis ruderalis. The growth patterns and beautiful bud structure are consistent and quite aesthetic to look at.

Although short and small, the plant produces substantial colas and plump, THC-riddled calyxes. The high is immediate and potent, but it is followed quickly by an almost somnolent, long-lasting body buzz. Buy Super Skunk autoflower marijuana seeds

How to choose the best marijuana seeds

So how do you choose the right strain for your growing preferences and climate? If you know where certain marijuana strains are normally grown, you can get a good idea of what type of strain would work well in your own climate.

People who want to grow their plants in Florida, for instance, should choose a tropical type of marijuana strain. The same goes for other similar climates, such as Louisiana, Texas, and anywhere along the Gulf Coast. Other growers in these locations may decide to go with a Sativa strain, which tends to be hardier and has plenty of variety in structure and color.

different climate in usa cannabis
Different climate in USA

Weather is not the only factor that is important to consider. You also need to look at any other differences between your seasonal changes and the marijuana strain’s native seasons.

For instance, a strain that originated in Hawaii thrives in its long Hawaiian growing season. This means it might not reach its full potential in your own climate, as it most likely has a shorter growing season. You would still end up with a yield that is perfectly smokable and will get you high, but the size of the plant will be smaller, so your yield will not be as great.

If you’re an experienced smoker of weed, you are already well aware that a high can vary quite a bit. Some get you into a happy or dreamy state right away while others might take longer and result in a sleepier state.

You probably also know that not all highs give you a good feeling; sometimes headaches, sore throats, or paranoia can be the type of high you feel. You should choose your marijuana seeds accordingly; no one wants a bad high, do they?

So how do you get the good high and avoid the bad? It’s quite simple, really: just make sure to get the seeds from the marijuana that you like best, and make sure you’re curing the bud in the correct way once you have harvested it.

all kinds off different seeds
All kinds off different seeds | Choose what you prefer

It is surprisingly easy to acquire seeds since many growers don’t want to use them themselves. There are often a large quantity of seeds left over. Plenty of companies exist online, where they post photos displaying what the final result of the seeds should look like.

Because working online always comes with potential risks, make sure you are cautious and know whether the company is legitimate or not. If you buy marijuana seeds from my webshop I guarantee delivery, germination and high quality genetics.

All in all, it’s extremely important to have marijuana plants with good genes. No matter what strain you choose, bad genetics are bad genetics. Be sure you’ve done the proper research before buying anything.

Seasonal changes in mind

Choosing a strain of marijuana that works for your climate and grow location is not as simple as it sounds. You should focus on how successful that strain has been in its native climate, and what kind of success that will translate into within your own climate.

snow on cannabis plant
Choose a strain that works for your climate

Savita strains generally take a longer time to mature than other strains that are Indica dominant. To acquire the perfect strain for you, you should find strains that are a mix of two different types, Indica combined with Sativa.

Before making any decisions, take a close look at your climate. What will the weather be like throughout the growing season? Find out what the average temperatures are, especially at the end of the fall and start of spring seasons.

Many growers who live in northern, colder locations have some trouble at the beginning of the season: they often have to deal with the ground remaining frozen at the beginning of spring, or else an early winter frost at the end of the fall season. These factors can reduce the potency and yield of your marijuana plants.

These factors mean that marijuana growers who live in colder climates often choose strains that have a shorter growing time. This will let them avoid the first frost so they can remove their plants well before it comes.

frost on cannabis plant
An early winter frost

Growers in southern or tropical regions do not have to contend with the same problems. Instead, they will find that the sunlight during all parts of the growing season is consistently strong.

Cannabis plants are especially responsive to how much and what kind of light they receive. When a mature cannabis plant receives less than 12 hours of light per day, for instance, it then will utilize all of its energy for flowering instead of growing. This can be used to the grower’s advantage.

Some growers intentionally restrict the amount of light with the purpose of speeding up the flowering process. They might move potted cannabis plants, or else cover them up with a cloth. These intentional light limitations can create the same effect as natural light changes, thus “convincing” the plant that fall weather is coming and it needs to begin flowering.

It is sometimes wise to start flowering even earlier, depending on where you live. If you live in a place that is prone to an early frost, early flowering can come in handy.

early flowering plant
Start early flowering when needed

If you have grown plants of any kind before, you will know that a frost hitting your plants can cause them to have a lower potency and yield. Another method that growers in northern climates use is planting multiple strains of marijuana seeds, which all flower at different times.

You can see when your plant is mature enough for a change in sunlight exposure time by paying attention to its branching. In the third or fourth week of growth, you should be able to see the secondary branching starting to begin. This is when the plants are mature enough to have the light manipulated accordingly.

Regional differences in strains

There are a wide number of marijuana strains, all native to different locations. Each strain has its own set of unique qualities that need to be taken into consideration before you choose the strain that is best for you.

Plenty of other strains and combinations of strains exist, and the possibilities are endless. Many of the most renowned strains that have even received awards in Amsterdam or California are combinations of different strains.

If you happen to come across seeds with these superior genes, make sure you have a complete understanding of the conditions and climate in which it was originally grown. You would not want to waste the opportunity with experimental growing, potentially resulting in a failed attempt.

climate zones world
Climate zones around the world

Having a proper grasp of what your climate is like is the most important near the start and finish of your cannabis plant’s life. Marijuana plants are the most fragile when they are seedlings because they have not yet had the chance to build up a resistance to outdoor changes.

The more mature a marijuana plant is, the stronger and thicker their stems are, meaning they are better able to protect the inside from any external changes. Therefore, if you live in a location that includes frosts at the beginning of your spring season (marijuana’s growing season), then you might want to think about starting out your cannabis growing inside of a greenhouse or other controlled setting indoors. You can then transplant them at another time when they have had the chance to develop a resilience against outdoor weather effects.

Let’s fast forward to the other side of a cannabis plant’s life: the fall. Depending on where you live, your climate might get frost even before fall begins.

Tip: Make sure to download my free Grow Bible for more information about best outdoor cannabis seeds

Although mature plants can take a certain amount of cold and frost, if they are exposed to cold or frost multiple times in a row, they can lose taste as well as potency. And, worse still, if you don’t harvest them right away then the entire crop could be completely lost.

So how do you ensure that this doesn’t happen? If you’re a first-time grower in this type of climate, it would be a good idea to keep an eye on the sun, as well as get some advice from nurseries and resources that spring perennial growers use.

Spring perennials include crops such as tomatoes and corn, and help you find out when the frost often happens, as well as when the best time to harvest your plants is. Of course, after a few harvest seasons, you will have an excellent understanding of timing. Keep in mind that you have more leniency in the fall than in the spring, as you will be working with more mature plants.

If you are someone living and growing in a climate that does not have any of these major freezes, you could potentially grow your plants throughout the entire year. Assuming the soil, water, and light supplies are all good enough, marijuana plants that are grown in this type of climate are generally shorter with many buds.

cannabis winter sun
Plants are finally getting some winter sun

Although the winter sun is still not as strong as the summer sun, it will be enough to stimulate plants to grow. When spring rolls around you can trim your cannabis plants. This will help achieve a natural stage of growth for the normal time to harvest (fall).

Choosing a strain that fits your climate is perhaps the most crucial first step in growing successful cannabis plants outdoors. If you choose a strain that thrives in a different climate from your own, you will be sorely disappointed in the results.

If, on the other hand, you choose a strain that matches your climate well and care for your plants properly, you will be rewarded with a fine yield, as well as nice seeds for further planting. Choose wisely and check all my marijuana seeds for the best genetics.

Thanks for reading. Please leave comments or questions below and don’t forget to download my free grow bible

Robert

The founder of I Love Growing Marijuana, Robert Bergman, is a marijuana growing expert that enjoys sharing his knowledge with the world. He combines years of experience, ranging from small-scale grows to massive operations, with a passion for growing. His articles include tutorials on growing... [read more]

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  1. By Norm

    ,03 May 2015
    If anyone ever doubts that this company will get you your seeds, have no doubts.. after several attempts, seizures and letters I indeed received my seeds. Emails were sent back and forth, at one point, I had lost hope and […]Read More
    1. By blow

      ,13 Nov 2015
      So i jus found out about you guys an likeing the reports do you ship to the bahamas
      1. By Jennifer ILGM

        ,13 Nov 2015
        Thanks, Yes we ship to the Bahamas. We ship worldwide, Check out our seed shop.
  2. By james

    ,16 May 2015
    would you tell me the name of a good stran for indeana would like a low grower and a auto would you ples romend
    1. By Artemis2318

      ,06 Aug 2016
      Hi!, I guess Indiana have humid climates. I would suggest you plant strains that finishes early so you can avoid mold formation and other humidity problems. Try Bubble Gum strain.
    2. By itsalwaysdankindetroit

      ,13 Mar 2017
      OG kush & White Widow work best here in Michigan
      1. By Deej

        ,05 Sep 2017
        Good to know. I am growing my first plants here in Northern Wisconsin.. hey are looking great but nervous about the cool nights .. This has been a real learning experience and I am enjoying it greatly... Next year I […]Read More
  3. By chris

    ,16 May 2015
    What about THE best Autos for a cold climate??? I have had no luck finding any??
    1. By sean

      ,28 Jul 2016
      White widow will work for you in cooler weather, trust me.
      1. By James

        ,12 Feb 2017
        That's not what Gail says below. White widow is Indian x Brazilian, both tropical. Wouldn't do well in Oregon.
        1. By DS

          ,01 Feb 2018
          I live in oregon and I have grown white widow well enough. the only issue to watch for is PM.
  4. By Michael Cicchino

    ,16 May 2015
    Hi just wanted to say that I had a similar experience with two of my orders that never made it. Claire was very nice and asked me to wait for a period of time to see if it showed up. […]Read More
  5. By latewood

    ,22 May 2015
    If I were going to choose a quick finishing Indica; It would be Blueberry. For colder climate; Blueberry. Derived from Indica from the Middle East regions are grown in a shorter season, and in the Mountains. It gets cold in […]Read More
  6. By These Are The Best Marijuana Grow Lights

    ,17 Jul 2015
    […] tropical zone. This can be ameliorated somewhat by the use of a greenhouse. Read the article Best Outdoor Marijuana Seeds For Your Climate for more […]
  7. By Select Seeds Based On THC Level And Genetics

    ,03 Aug 2015
    […] This is why people a few years along will have better outcomes with their harvest. They often are choosing their best cannabis plants out of a single strain, so they take those seeds for the following season’s crop. They […]Read More
  8. By Speed Up Flowering Of Outdoor Marijuana Plants

    ,12 Nov 2015
    […] use autoflowering marijuana seeds. They grow from seed to bud in only 10 weeks! Read the article Best seeds for your climate for more information about strains per […]
  9. By Regular, Feminized and Autoflowering Marijuana Seeds

    ,21 Dec 2015
    […] In my online seed shop you can select marijuana seeds by type, climate, yield, difficulty. If you grow outdoors you should read the article Best outdoor marijuana seeds […]
  10. By Michelle

    ,22 Jan 2016
    What would be the best strain to grow in Australia
  11. By latewood.ILGM

    ,23 Jan 2016
    All the strains available in the ILGM seed shop are great for growing almost anywhere. :) It is up to you to read over the descriptions and plan out a grow that suits your environment. We are always willing to […]Read More
  12. By Male Or Female? How To Sex Outdoor Marijuana Plants

    ,03 Feb 2016
    […] The technique is simple. Once your plants are at least one foot tall, they are surely mature enough to flower (when forced to). To do this, you remove all light for at least 12 uninterrupted hours per day. This […]Read More
  13. By Joel

    ,24 Feb 2016
    how good will chocolope do in the Caribbean namely Trinidad and what kind of yield can I expect if grown properly?
    1. By Jennifer ILGM

      ,24 Feb 2016
      Hi Joel, Like Latewood said, All the strains available in the ILGM seed shop are great for growing almost anywhere. It is up to you to use the information on the website and plan out a grow that suits your […]Read More
      1. By James

        ,12 Feb 2017
        Bs, this article was horrible. From grammatical errors to misinformation. In Oregon 80% of hybrids won't work unless you have a greenhouse and sup light. Oregon williamette valley requires fast finishing non dense cola varieties. Og, haze...wont do well in […]Read More
  14. By SurHammer

    ,27 Apr 2016
    I'm in central coastal CA. Have warm Summers, but Fall coastal fog, and rains start sometimes in Sept. need the best indica based mold resistant, high THC suggestions. Thanks
    1. By James

      ,12 Feb 2017
      No replies🤔Cuz this article sucks. I am in OR. Best indica I think this year are god bud, sweet god, hashplant...White Russian I here is popular in southern Oregon.
  15. By latewood.ILGM

    ,30 Apr 2016
    Any Indica would do. Look in the seed bank and choose an Indica that fits your needs. Things to look for. Higher % of Indica dominance. Shortest finish time
  16. By sean

    ,28 Jul 2016
    Still have a plant, white widow from April 26th just starting to bud. Quite a long period for an auto but it looks lovely! Can't wait till its done. Looks like its going to be one liter size colas. Wow […]Read More
  17. By sean

    ,28 Jul 2016
    This llgm is off the chain, strong plants, its chilly at nights but the cold weather favorites mentioned really can take some extremes. Just get some!
  18. By Gail

    ,02 Nov 2016
    My white widow plants got moldy before they matured,very disappointing.
    1. By latewood.ILGM

      ,02 Nov 2016
      Gail, We are sorry for the loss of your plants due to mold. Something is wrong with the environment that you are growing in. It is hard to do grow support in the blog area of our website. I invite […]Read More
  19. By SupaSaba

    ,03 Feb 2017
    What strains work best for the South African region? We get a lot of sun here especially our summers but the rains do damage to our plants in this season. For the hot season with sporadic rains that can be […]Read More
  20. By John

    ,03 Feb 2017
    What would be the best strain for growing in Atlanta GA (north 40 miles in the foothills of the mountains)
  21. By Granger

    ,05 Feb 2017
    Northern, Wisconsin seed type??????
    1. By Deej

      ,09 Mar 2019
      Did you find the right seed for Northern Wisconsin Granger? I'm in that part of the country too. Was wondering what you decided on and how it went..
  22. By WALT

    ,10 Feb 2017
    Hi,Fellow smokers,I live in Western Australia.During the Summer months November/April, the weather can get very humid and hot,any ideas or Info how to improve things, I got a small bubble ponic set up with a 250 watt h.p.s. light.I'M 68 […]Read More
    1. By latewood_ILGM

      ,14 Feb 2017
      Walt, Well, I don't know what to tell you. This would take a prolonged interaction. why don't you join us at ilovegrowingmarijuana.com and @latewood when you get there. WE have many fellows from Australia, and friendly members and staff that […]Read More
    2. By Rob

      ,27 Aug 2017
      Hello Walt! How many plants are you growing under that 250w HPS?? I would highly recommend increasing that to at least 400-600w if you grow more than one or two plants. I personally have 12 babies under 2000w HPS with […]Read More
  23. By Tammy Macy

    ,13 Feb 2017
    Hi, I live in the southwest corner of Missouri. Which auto flowering seeds would do best for me outside this year?
    1. By Roy ILGM

      ,13 Feb 2017
      Hey Tammy, I see your summers can be hot so I'd suggest white widow autos
  24. By H Ray

    ,27 Feb 2017
    Do you except Money Gram payments?
    1. By Roy ILGM

      ,28 Feb 2017
      Hi there, money gram doesn't ring a bell. You can find our payment options here:
  25. By GG Smith

    ,28 Feb 2017
    What would be the best for oklahoma, green country?
  26. By Dan grissam

    ,05 Mar 2017
    Excellent information thank you . My wife and I have been fighting breast cancer for 4 yrs and your grow bible has been a lot of help it's been hard to afford the correct strain because of all the side […]Read More
    1. By Roy ILGM

      ,06 Mar 2017
      Hi Dan, I hope you found a strain that works for your wife. Best of all to you!
  27. By Jeff C.

    ,07 Mar 2017
    I live in northern Florida. What is the best strains for this area.
  28. By davidf

    ,06 May 2017
    I would like to know what are the ideal seeds for climates from 5 ° C to 20 ° C as the south of Brazil
    1. By Roy ILGM

      ,08 May 2017
      Hi davidf, I would say go with autoflowering seeds when growing outside. – I❤️GM
  29. By Ikram

    ,13 Jun 2017
    which seed grow best in pakistan in south asia country?
    1. By Roy ILGM

      ,14 Jun 2017
      Hi Ikram, Most indica kush originated around your area so if I would have to name one I'd say this one – I❤️GM
  30. By Brent

    ,08 Jul 2017
    I live in S.Florida, and I have always grown Mexican Oaxacan Colts I brought back 27 years ago. I order different several outdoor strains, yet I am concerned that the sun/humidity is too much for some. Please inform me if […]Read More
    1. By latewood_ILGM

      ,11 Jul 2017
      Brent, In hot humid areas with long summers and even longer grow seasons; One might consider Sativa dominant hybrids. In our ILGM seed bank, we have an Amnesia Haze, and a Super Silver Haze. I think you would do well […]Read More
    2. By Maia

      ,23 Jul 2017
      thank you Robert excited about your grow course can't wait to start. Cheers
  31. By A J

    ,30 Jul 2017
    Hi Robert, and thanks for all the information you give, want to know if i got this wright white widow is a sure thing in hot humid weather. or what do you suggest FYI i live in Saudi Arabia in […]Read More
    1. By Roy ILGM

      ,31 Jul 2017
      Hi AJ, sorry but we don't ship to Saudi Arabia :)
  32. By Carlos

    ,08 Aug 2017
    Afternoon! do you ship to Portugal?And if you do, what strain on auto would you recommend I use outdoors during winter?(Winter is not very harsh around here, less light than summer days of course, but not even close to snowing […]Read More
    1. By Roy ILGM

      ,09 Aug 2017
      Hi Carlos, yes we ship to your country and you can choose any of the autos they're all suitable for your winters. I personally love Amnesia Haze and off course White Widow is a staple :)
  33. By Carlos

    ,08 Aug 2017
    Also I'd like to point out I'd prefer quality to quantity so I'd like for you to recommend me a potent strain that would do well during winter here. Thanks once again!
  34. By Joseph

    ,30 Aug 2017
    Thanks for my growing experience, very great help, along with YouTube. I am growing 4 healthy plants, out doors, Southern California, my 2 auto floweres did great early season, already harvested, this company is legit, I plan to buy more […]Read More
  35. By Dallas

    ,20 Sep 2017
    Best seeds for western Kentucky?
  36. By Oboro

    ,19 Oct 2017
    Best seeds for North Central KY? I understand seed purchasing laws in this state. Most seeds you sell (feminized) seem to be preferred indoor growth. If I decide to plant, I may germinate as early as 4/20 indoors, plant into […]Read More
    1. By latewood_ILGM

      ,11 Jan 2018
      Dallas, I think you would like our "Fruity Pack", any of the Kush Strains, White widow. Robers's Gold Leaf yields well. Happy growing
  37. By Jacobo

    ,31 Dec 2017
    Hello there. How about Ecuador, in the middle of the world? 12/12. I've started to grow a sativa, a hybrid (60s-40i) and a rudelaris. My climate is wet. Would you please give me some tips? Does your book talk about […]Read More
    1. By latewood_ILGM

      ,11 Jan 2018
      Jacebo, I suggest growing any strain of "Haze". For grow advice; I usggest you join our forum at support.ilovegrowingmarijuana.com where we are set up to help you grow successfully. :)
  38. By Jonathan

    ,11 Jan 2018
    i have only 2 question! 1) Temperature is before of june, day time always sunny 25°-30°C, night time is 10°-18°C. Where i live. its 1200-1500 M. altitude its maybe high, so after seedling 2 or 3 weeks veg. İ wanna […]Read More
    1. By latewood_ILGM

      ,22 Jan 2018
      Jonathan, I believe if you choose a Kush or Blueberry type strain you could grow it in that time frame. I cannot guarantee that the night temperatures won't be too cold. All I can tell you is to give it […]Read More
  39. By Blueknuggetts

    ,16 Jan 2018
    Best strain for high yeilds indoor
    1. By latewood_ILGM

      ,22 Jan 2018
      I suggest you peruse the seed stock in the shop. I am sure you can find a suitable strain for indoors. :)
  40. By Sunbear

    ,01 Feb 2018
    I live in northern Canada next to Alaska. A drier climate (no mould issues) with lots of sunlight but cooler temperatures and a short season. I’d like an outdoor autoflower that would do well here with as much of a […]Read More
    1. By latewood_ILGM

      ,06 Feb 2018
      Sunbear, You want a fast growing short term plant that is Sativa dominant. That is opposite of what Sativa does. Sativa always takes longer to finish than Indica. Blueberry, and Kush plants would finish fast. Blueberry is more Indica but, […]Read More
  41. By John F. Tucker

    ,02 Feb 2018
    Looking to help out a disabled buddy of mine in Las Vegas. It is legal to grow 6 plants per household. I need a good seed for him to use. I will be supervising his efforts from NC. Thanks.
    1. By latewood_ILGM

      ,06 Feb 2018
      Try the Blue dream, White Widow, or the "Fruity Pack" Fp contains Blueberry, Strawberry Kush, and Pineapple Haze. All are excellent and will provide different medicinal efects.
  42. By Eddie Felson

    ,02 Feb 2018
    I would like to try Autos, in UK & Almeria in Spain. Any direction would be good as an alternative to indoor, I looked at Auto-flowering years ago, but it was not the best back then, now, I'm told that […]Read More
    1. By latewood_ILGM

      ,06 Feb 2018
      Eddie, I am sorry to say I do not understand your question. Autos are of better quality and potency over the past few years. There are more strains available than years ago. I really like the feminized seeds. Great quality […]Read More
  43. By Samuel

    ,03 Feb 2018
    What strains will you say is the best for someone in the tropical wet zone? I'm a lover of plants which lean more on the sativa side in terms of high. I will however like a your top three suggestions […]Read More
  44. By latewood_ILGM

    ,06 Feb 2018
    Samuel, Any Haze we have. Super Silver Haze, Amnesia Haze, and Blue Dream would do you very well. :)
  45. By TB

    ,01 Mar 2018
    What are some good auto-flowering strains to grow outdoors in the middle of Oklahoma?
  46. By Richard

    ,16 May 2018
    I assume all purchased seeds produce fertile seeds. If not which ones are those?
  47. By john

    ,23 Jan 2019
    hi I live in the pacific northwest, i sm curious to know whic strains would be best for my location, also i am growing only indoors! thank you
  48. By don

    ,23 Jan 2019
    ... wanted to try something different ... ordered five Jack Herer ... one of the five geminated, but didn't sprout ... first problem with your seeds ... in the past have had very good luck with white widow and AK47 […]Read More
    1. By Stacy ILGM

      ,24 Jan 2019
      I'm sorry to hear this, Don! I'm emailing you right away to help you out with your germination issues.
  49. By Scott

    ,25 Jan 2019
    Have you heard anything about daylilies having an inhibiting effect on marijuana? I installed a bed of dailies adjacent to my pot growing area and have had my pot plants not perform as well as anticipated. They just don't grow […]Read More
    1. By latewood_ILGM

      ,29 Jan 2019
      Scott, I would not think that Daylillies caused you any harm. I would suggest that you brought in russet mites or nematodes in the clones you bought. russet mites are so small you will need a scope 50x to see […]Read More
  50. By Aussie Dave

    ,21 Mar 2019
    Just a Querie on amnesia haze and locations. If I remember right you stated Texas , New Zealand and Columbia.. I live in South Australia and know New Zealand is cold and wintery. Just confused how NZ marries into this […]Read More
  51. By Tracy

    ,21 May 2019
    Just wanted to share first yr experience. I purchased GG4 seeds last yr. All 5 popped and trans planted. Plants grew well till July. Here in Wva we had above normal rainfall. Had small mold issue. Addressed issue as Instructed. […]Read More
  52. By Katie Hannon

    ,27 Jun 2019
    Bought the same black berry kush as last year. They were dark green lush short and fat with nice buds. This Year they are tall and slender a softer green and have a strong smell. Last year they smelled awesome. […]Read More
  53. By bob

    ,14 Jul 2019
    very good I have a question ,what do I use to keep away worms that bore into the stalk

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