Well first, a strain that is mould resistant and of course short flowering. So mainly Indicas marijuana strains that aims to finish in September. The outdoor cannabis seed strains listed in this webpage offer great resistance to pests and moulds.
To Avoid being in a situation where you end, up after 5 months of patience, with molty buds, you will have to choose some fast and early flowering cannabis strains. Also, you have to find a resistant strain for your climate. So here is a list of cannabis seeds for cold climate who might help our friends in Manchester, Liverpool, Glascow, Derry, Belfast and even further Oslo, Copenhagen, Ontario …
When the name of the strain start by “Early” like Early Biddy, Early girl or Early Widow, it’s a good sign for a harvest in September. Holland’s Hope is a cannabis strain adapted for growing outdoor in Netherland, so cannabis strain will surely grow in Uk and Ireland too. We do love Jamaican dream, this strain is not the most resistant for sure, but it’s ready to harvest in September, and if you get a sunny September, it’s all good.
What cold climate seeds should i buy ?
I can easily imagine your frustration when you see all these amazing cannabis strains with wonderful promises of huge outdoor yield. Frustration … yes because you live in a cold or wet country or both. When arrive October, you really ask yourself if your plant is going to make it because of the Automn that coming. Rains, Snow and disgusting snails all over your marijuana plant. The Buds turn purple not because you grow a Blueberry strain but because of the cold.
Biddy Early is Serious seeds outdoor marijuana strain especially developed by Gerrit from Magus Genetics for the humid and cold climate. Of course, there is a lot of more cannabis seeds for cold climate, but with this dozen of strains, you can make you an idea of the kind of seeds you need.
Whether you’re an outdoor grower living in cooler climates or an indoor grower experiencing low temperatures in their grow space, this strain collection has something which is right for everyone: from fast-flowering landrace, Indica strains to fruity hybrids of well loved classics. The quintessential strain for cold climates doesn’t allow its growth to be affected by plunging temperatures, has a high mold and pest resistance and a relatively short flowering period due to the Northern Hemisphere having summers which are shorter and colder than elsewhere in the world. Here is some general information about strains in this collection:
One of the key benefits of growing in colder climates is the abundance of cyano-pigment production towards the end of the flowering cycle whether on the stems, leaves and/or buds. These purple hues are contrasted by a dense layer of bright white sticky trichomes and arise due a combination of genetics and environment.
Cannabis has grown naturally around the world for thousands of years and its hardy nature has allowed it to adapt to various climates. It is through acclimation to the climate that we get genetic variances such as Indica and Sativa. The Northern Hemisphere has shorter summers and so strains suited to these regions will have evolved to have shorter flowering periods and be able to withstand cooler growing conditions while still maintaining steady high-quality cannabis production.
What Makes A Strain Good For Cold Climates?