High all? If not, call your local florist and pick up one of the best left handed cigarettes you can buy. All right, now that were all on the same level, let’s talk Weed.
The time is coming fellow green thumbs. It’s time to select the genetics for the upcoming season. One key factors to remember when selecting the sticky icky for your outdoor garden is to know your climate. If you have a short, harsh growing season, a early finisher is recommended (8 week flower period). However, if you live in a growing climate like Southern Oregon, feel free to select a strain with a longer flower cycle. However, just keep in mind, that more times than not, your going to want your plants to be finished around the beginning of November. Unless, you growing in a greenhouse, then you can control your climate and thus finish at any time. Next step, decide what type of sweet sensi you’d like in your garden. Are you a high THC cat or do you prefer high CBD, or maybe you’d like an even THC/CBD ratio. Once an individual has decided how high they wanna get, the fun begins. Strain selection, and many strains there are, I’ve always been satisfied with tried and true genetics from companies such as TGA, Bohdi seeds, and Dynasty Genetics. Other factors to include are growing difficulty and yield. I’d recommend something like Salmon River OG from Dynasty Genetics for beginners. If your more of a novice, maybe try something like TGA’s Cheesequake or Bohdi Seeds Gogi OG. There are endless genetics out their my friends, but beware, all genetics are not created equal. Good genetics is the key to having great quality flowers at the end of the season. In conclusion, find what’s right for you, talk to some locals, determine your goals and GROW!
Keep it clean and keep it Green,
The Weed Man