Jump to content

Welcome to Grasscity Forums - Register now for FREE
Register now to gain access to all of our features, it's FREE and only takes one minute.
Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, manage your profile and so much more. This message will be removed once you have signed in.
Create an Account

Maine outdoors?


  • Please log in to reply
 

#1
Dr0

Dr0

    Movin' grass

  • Registered Upgraded
  • PipPip
  • 25 posts
Anyone have a strain that works well in a climate such as Maine that will produce large yeilds and is a strong/easy plant to grow? I've been hearing Big Bud, any other suggestions?

Similar Topics: Maine outdoors?     x


#2
Dripping`

Dripping`

    Half man, Half amazing

  • Old School
  • 1,462 posts
I am also interested in this, being from maine.

probably wont be warm here til may, I'm guessing I'll plant then.
thats all I know from now, I'm gonna germ some bag seed come late april

any strains that dont take long to grow, because the summer\spring in maine is VERY short lived.

#3
Dr0

Dr0

    Movin' grass

  • Registered Upgraded
  • PipPip
  • 25 posts

I am also interested in this, being from maine.

probably wont be warm here til may, I'm guessing I'll plant then.
thats all I know from now, I'm gonna germ some bag seed come late april

any strains that dont take long to grow, because the summer\spring in maine is VERY short lived.


Basically Im looking to set up a grow space in a closet to get the seed started, then once it finally gets warm transporting it outside, because I've heard bad stories about people tryin to start outside and their crop not beating out the cold.

#4
Dripping`

Dripping`

    Half man, Half amazing

  • Old School
  • 1,462 posts
yeah, definatly going to make sure I have some strong youngin's before I transplant them outdoors...

I've also thought about just constantly moving them into bigger buckets as needed.. or should I just dig a hole in the ground..

not sure how to go about it

#5
ThePot

ThePot

    Member since 2006

  • Registered Upgraded
  • 2,105 posts
I'm a bit south of you, MA. 46 lat. I've been looking into a bunch that looked good, Easy Sativa, Mendocino Madness?, skunk #1 (I believe, Soma seeds). Greenhouse AMS (anti-mold system), Nirvana Aurora Indica. Possibly Himalyan Gold from Greenhouse. Maroc, Leb27 (which I'm not sure what that is exactly), a couple of the Mandala strains. And theres always autoflowers too. I've only personally ran bagseed though, wet and cold weather made me harvest around Sept 20 last year with still some mold.

Last year I had them growing for a while indoors and never ended up flowering them, they were in 3 gallon buckets for a couple weeks but went into the ground, more room = more roots = more bud

Edited by ThePot, 17 February 2009 - 04:55 PM.


#6
207

207

    Herbalism/Alchemy

  • Registered Upgraded
  • PipPipPip
  • 40 posts
Here's a few off this website that say they do well in colder climates.

Hollands Hope
THC Bomb
Mountain Mist
Early Misty
Purple Power

http://www.marijuana...uana-seeds.html

#7
DoctorDank

DoctorDank

    Registered User

  • Registered Upgraded
  • 185 posts
I'm growing in Maine this year and going with atleast White Widow, Ice, Crystal, and Northern Lights. (plus whatever free seeds I get.) We'll see what works out.

#8
crasha51pan

crasha51pan

    Registered User

  • Registered Upgraded
  • 138 posts
I'm at 48 degrees Lat. right on the Canadian border. Am trying Hollands Hope, 100% Indica and mold resistant. It has a shorter growing season. This strain was developed at this Latitude.........Good Luck

#9
enorty

enorty

    bong champion

  • Registered Upgraded
  • 1,377 posts
im in maine, growing EVA Nexus this year, and a lot of dank bagseed

#10
greenmeany

greenmeany

    is of a ^ conciousness

  • Gold Member
  • 1,323 posts



1 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users