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If you have a green thumb, you’ve probably considered growing your own marijuana seeds at home.
In terms of its lineage, Northern Lights derives from two landrace types, namely Thai sativa and Afghani indica. It is highly resistant to many diseases, which makes it one of the best marijuana seeds for beginners.
What Makes a Marijuana Strain “Easy to Grow”?:
Cinex plants can handle slightly colder than average temperatures but do best in the 65-80 degrees Fahrenheit range. You should feed your Cinex plants moderate levels of nitrogen at the beginning of the vegetative stage. Then gradually increase the amount as the plants progress through the vegetative stage so that they grow healthy and strong.
Northern Lights is a classic indica strain that is hugely popular in the marijuana world. Obtaining feminized seeds is no challenge either. This is particularly the case along the West Coast and in Colorado, as this strain is widely available.
One of the best aspects of growing Northern Lights is its short 6-7 week flowering period. Also, for an indica, Northern Lights is super high-yielding. This strain produces 18 ounces per square meter on average when grown indoors, and 22 ounces per plant outdoors.
Before dropping a seed into some soil, we recommend giving some thought to what kind of strain you want to grow. Consider how much space you have available, how much money you’re willing to spend, what kind of high and flavours you enjoy when you smoke, and your local weather patterns and climate.
If you’re just setting foot on your cannabis growing journey, starting off with easy genetics will really help you along the way. You’ll still need to take good care of your plants, but hardy, beginner-friendly strains are much more forgiving and easier to cultivate.
Special Queen 1
Beginner growers often don’t want to invest large amounts of money into a new hobby. If this applies to you, we advise purchasing cheaper seeds. This means less pressure to produce a perfect outcome, making for a more pleasant and casual growing experience. Oh, and “cheap seeds” doesn’t equate to bad genetics. Many cheaper varieties offer superb yields of high-quality flowers.
Explore our strain selection categories below to find the best easy strains to suit your preferences.
Clocking in at €4.50 for a single seed, Special Queen 1 offers a fantastic return on investment. She descends from a mix of genetics from Mexico, Colombia, and beyond, and provides a long-lasting high that targets the body and the mind. With a THC content of 18% and an average yield of 550g/m², Special Queen offers substantial bang for your buck.