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The best strains to grow in a greenhouse
Cannabis varieties Growing
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 weedseedsexpress.com you will find seeds to suit virtually all set-ups and climates. Here are our top five strains for growing in a greenhouse:
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.
Reading tip: check our feminized Blue Dream seeds
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.
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.
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
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!