There’s a rumor that the G14 was first cultivated by the CIA at the University of Mississippi where they grew cannabis for years. But, that’s not true. What’s true, however, is that the lineage of G14 and all autoflowering strains can be traced back to American labs.
Cannabis is now legal in many locations and many countries are now catching up. If you’re lucky enough to be able to grow outside, it’s good to understand the advantages. Remember that these strains can be grown indoors as well, but they are adept at producing high yields when grown outdoors.
Grapefruit – as the name suggests – smells and tastes like Grapefruit. With 1 percent CBD and over 19 percent THC, it delivers a balanced effect where you won’t be too sleepy or too energetic. A perfect clone of the original strain, it’s okay to smoke this at any point in the day.
So, let’s take a look at the top 5 autoflowers that can be grown outdoors:
However, it can cost you a serious amount if you don’t plan well. Although you need to spend more only the first time while setting things up, try your best to grow outdoors if you have the option because you won’t be spending anything at all.
Since G14 is so stable with no fuss, it can be grown both indoors and outdoors. The THC levels of this strain are amazing with over 18 percent. You’ll have huge yields of at least 250 grams per plant outdoors. Indoors, it can produce almost 500 grams per meter square even if it grows to only 4 feet in height.
This strain works well for both residential and commercial growers since she produces up to 250 grams of pure bud covered with crystals from one single plant. She’s not ideal for growers with small spaces, so make sure you give her loads of room.
Here are a few tips to grow cannabis plants outdoors:
It takes a good amount of money to grow marijuana indoors. The electricity bills for the lights, the grow tents or materials to build your own grow room – they cost quite a bit. Some people love growing indoors because it gives more control over the plants.
Given a choice between growing outdoors or indoors, most growers would grow their cannabis plants outdoors. It’s an absolute joy to grow marijuana outdoor
Like California Snow, Six Shooter produces giant colas of energetic flower flowing with resin. This cross between our sativa heavy hitters Mexican Airlines and Crystal Meth flowers in nine to ten weeks when grown outdoors, meaning that, even in a cold climate, a dedicated grower could squeeze in several crops over the course of a summer.
Gorilla Glue reached its current popularity for a single reason; it’s damn good weed. Our autoflower GG hits the spot whether you’re chilling by yourself or with friends.
Easily our largest strain, Tangie’Matic doesn’t quite hit the heights of Six Shooter, but makes up for it in bulk and bud production. We’ve seen more than a few Tangie’Matics overgrow their tents. The growers weren’t prepared because autoflowers don’t get this big. Well, they didn’t until Tangie’Matic came along.
This strain can grow to over a meter in height, a true giant by autoflower standards, and when it hits flowering it packs on grams and grams of dense, rock hard buds. Fast Buds’ autoflower genetics mean this strain is a bit hardier than its photoperiod ancestor, making it perfect for growing outdoors.
Outdoor growers love Fast Buds’ autoflowers. Maybe it’s the nine to ten-week flowering time. Maybe it’s the massive yields. Maybe it’s the Gorilla Glue. Whatever the reason, we hear from growers in equatorial Africa to Sweeden every day who love their results with Fast Buds.
This sativa dominant hybrid explodes with high-THC buds under the summer sun, and was created with outdoor growers in mind. It’s a favorite for outdoor Fast Buds fans in every climate. If you’re looking a low-maintenance yet strong sativa, don’t miss California Snow.
Stardawg is perfect for outdoor growing in colder climates like the UK, and northern Europe. It’s hardy, grows short, packs on the buds, and hits THC levels exceeding 20%. As a total package, Stardawg can’t be beaten.
While all our strains grow well outdoors thanks to their autoflower heritage, some strains grow larger or perform slightly differently in outdoor environments. For those of you lucky enough to be able to cultivate outdoors, we’ll run down the top five best strains for growing under the sun. If you missed it, we ran recently ran down our Top 5 Best Indoor Autoflower Strains.
“It’s the new cheese!” That’s what growers keep telling us about Stardawg at shows across the continent. To hear them tell it, this short and durable strain is quickly becoming a household name amongst stoners across the UK, replacing cheese and the vaguely defined “skunk” as the most sought after strain.
Outdoor growers love Fast Buds’ autoflowers. Maybe it’s the nine to ten-week flowering time. Maybe it’s the massive yields. Maybe it’s the Gorilla Glue. Whateve