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Best strains for greenhouse and outdoor

Discussion in 'Oregon Patients' started by GanjaFarmer503, Dec 24, 2016.

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    GanjaFarmer503

    GanjaFarmer503 Member

    Hey guys,

    New medical grower here. We are doing a small indoor grow this winter. Some Gg#4 and Purple Urkle.

    In march we plan on starting a grow in our new greenhouse and we plan on doing some all outdoor plants as well.

    I was wondering what everyone has been having success with in the willamette valley and what strains are your favorites for our climate!?
     
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    DG1959

    DG1959 Well-Known Member

    Our best last summer was Mojave OG kush by Kracker Jack Genetics...... outstanding harvest and really could have been better. Not for indoor. These girls reached 12 foot and we super cropped them a lot.... amount was amazing and a great smoke.
     
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    GanjaFarmer503

    GanjaFarmer503 Member

    Oh wow those are some big plants! What kind of weight did you pull off those fine ladyz ??
     
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    DG1959

    DG1959 Well-Known Member

    about 2# each.... had small problem with mold at the end of season but very little, about a half gallon of bud we tossed..... google Mojave OG kush and I know you will like it. This plant is sativa dominate and all my friends like it better than the other strains I grew. Last summer I grew Mojave, Icebreaker and honeysuckle. Icebreaker is potent and a very nice plant, honeysuckle had huge buds and a unique flavor but you really need to tie it up good. All 4 plants were raised in greenhouse, in ground that was very good soil and sun all day..... in Oregon your only allowed 4 plants.... so I grew 4 HUGE plants.... a fellow in Portland had like 300 outdoor and the law took all but 4... how can you pick 4 out of 300 ?
     
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    stsin

    stsin Active Member

    Note OP if you're growing uncovered you would want to keep to plants that would harvest in (early/mid) sept due to the rain and look for mold resistant as you guys can get rained out earlier than that. If you're going to cover them and have a massive amount of head space, I'd also (strongly) suggest Sannie's Jack (Herer) from sannie's seed shop. If you like sativas (and especially Jack Herers) it is the best example I've tasted, massive head high with no ceiling that I've experienced yet. But she takes her time in finishing (if the sellers of mojave OG kush are to be believed, SJ takes another week or so.
     
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    DG1959

    DG1959 Well-Known Member

    I think I harvested October 25th....massive wind and rain storm for 3 days..... Thank goodness we have a barn, plus my wife is a real trooper at this...... she doesn't partake but sure has a green thumb !
     
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    GanjaFarmer503

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    Yeah we are moving into the green house. We had that same storm come through our four Scooby snack plants and just plaster them! One blew over right out of the ground! We were running around like crazy to get that harvested hahaha
     

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