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Southern hemisphere outdoor grow - strain help

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Hi all,

 

I live in the southern hemisphere and my grow site is at about 35 degrees latitude. 

 

The growing season runs from about mid-october through late-march early-april.

 

My situation: I won't be able to access my grow site until the 10th of November. I will grow seedlings on the deck for a week or so before then but I will have to have plants in the ground (or in pots maybe) by the 17th of November at the latest.

 

Here's what I'm thinking: grow a couple of autos so I can have some smoke to last me the second half of summer. I would probably grow two and be absolutely stoked if I could yield 3-4 ounces. Also interested in gaining some experience with autos.

On top of that, I am planning to grow 3 or 4 other plants. Here's the catch: there will be a period from mid February until early/mid-April when I CANNOT check on the plants. I will be in a different city so it's out of the question. I may have a partner but it will be his first grow. He could check every week or two and if necessary do an early harvest but I would much prefer to do that myself, as much for the satisfaction as the fact I will do a better job.

 

The climate is sub-tropical; warm and at times wet. From March there is risk of tropical cyclones (weakened by the time they reach grow site but still packing a ton of warm rain and strong winds). I will be able to find a grow site which gets lots and lots of warm sunshine so that is not an issue. I'm not looking to grow 10ft trees either. It is quite close to a busy holiday down so anything higher than 5 or 6 feet will be tricky to disguise. I plan to LST the hell out of my plants anyway.

 

So what I'm asking is what strains do you recommend, and which seed banks ship reliably, quickly and discreetly? Need a reliable auto that will yield as much as possible in 8 weeks or less. Then I need an easy to grow, low-maintenance outdoor strain. Ideally I am after a strain which will be ready for harvest in mid-April, the equivalent of the northern hemisphere's mid-october.

 

Have already posted this in Outdoor Cultivation but thought I'd try my luck here as well. This will be my second grow so although I'm far from experienced I know what I'm doing.

 

Any help much appreciated! Cheers



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bump help???



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How many times have you posted this ...on GC, even at 30+ posts you don't wanna piss of any Mods here, please ensure that you are over 18yo.

I do know that if you are in the southern Hemi right now and you haven't germed any seeds yet, you are gonna have a very low yield with Pm knocking you back even further....say nothing of that weather.

 

better get your shit in order



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@vostok ...

 

1.) i'm just trying to get some help, no need for you to be a dick about it

2.) what have i said that could possibly have led you to the conclusion that i'm not 18??

 

3.) yea no shit i'm starting this grow late, but given my circumstances it's the best i can manage, which is why im trying to make sure i run with good strains

 

4.) if you've got anything constructive to say then say it. otherwise...fuck off  :smoke:





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