Here are some of great auto-flowering strains I’ve personally grown and recommend. These are all ready to harvest 8-10 weeks from germination:
Strains from warm climates tend to have long flowering periods before their buds are ready to harvest, adding weeks or months to the time needed. Long-flowering strains often produce higher yields than short-flowering strains because buds have more time to grow. For example, Acapulco Gold takes almost 3 months after initiating 12/12 before buds are ready to harvest. However, it produces amazing yields and unique psychedelic effects.
Once your plant is harvested, there is a drying and curing process that takes about a minimum of two weeks before your buds are “ready” for smoking. If you aren’t a smoker and plan on turning plants into edibles or concentrates, you should still dry your buds but typically you don’t need to cure your buds.
Many other breeders also produce great auto-flowering strains (Dutch Passion, FastBuds, Barney’s Farm, etc.), but the following breeders stand out for consistency.
You want to get an auto-flowering strain. These cannabis plants automatically start making buds after about a month from germination, and are ready to harvest by the time they’re 2 or 3 months old.
Fr om day 1 of your marijuana plant’s life to a smokable harvest, you’re looking at 2-6 months. Many factors affect the total time (especially the strain and size of the plant) but the average grow takes 3-4 months .
Depending on how you set up your grow, it can take anywhere from 2 months to 6 months or more to grow a marijuana plant from a seedling to the point where the plant is ready to harvest. Some methods, such as growing hydroponically indoors, give your flexibility to get a harvested plant in as little as 2-3 months. Growing outdoors generally takes longer than growing indoors and is more dependent on when you plant your seeds and how long your growing season is.
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It can ease you into smoking without you having to try the more intimidating and powerful strains like Purple Kush. At least it’s a strain you can only move up from.
A strain which has a similar texture to Reggie is Fat Banana, but unlike Reggie’s very limp appearance, Fat Banana has a very pleasant, fluffy build.
Regarded as the black sheep of the family, this strain will not keep you coming back for more, but how did it land such a bad reputation? Let’s have a look at its characteristics compared to a typical top-shelf strain as well as a Reggie weed definition.
Reggie weed is a low-grade C strain – although some consider it a B+ or mid-grade weed – usually with a sativa-dominant heritage. It’s typically considered a beginner’s strain as its effects are very mild, with THC levels around 15% to 18%.
When Is Reggie Weed a Good Idea?
This is disappointing considering the amazing variation of taste in other strains. One of these is the Tangie strain, a citrus wonderland. Opening a bag of this will make you feel instantly summary, with a strong taste of apricot and mango too. If you prefer an earthy taste, another high-quality strain is Dutch Treat. Its flavor is rooted in rich pine, with pleasant herbs such as sage and a sharp lemon twist to round it out. So many strains have increasingly amazing and complex flavors that really outshine the dull experience of Reggie.
Every seasoned smoker you meet will have a handful of favorite strains, whether it’s the classic OG Kush for a euphoric high or Blue Dream for its sweet berry flavor.
Do you know the phrase you reap what you sow? Never has it been truer. Very little affection goes into the cultivation of this strain. Reggie weed is typically grown outside, and while this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it can make growing a lot more difficult.
What Texture Does Reggie Weed Have?
Smell can be a huge factor when determining what strain is right for you, some people prefer hard-hitting smells like Platinum Bubba Kush. This strain has a very floral and spicy scent, which many people love. Not all high-quality strains will have a great smell but typically if they lack in scent, they make up for in either taste or effect. Unfortunately, this cannot be said for Reggie weed, it’s not what attracts potential buyers. The strain is often described as having a mild skunky or dry hay smell. While it’s not terrible, there’s nothing alluring about it either.
If it’s not built for psychoactive properties then it must be made for medicinal use, right? Unfortunately, even its CBD levels can’t save it. As a strain, it’s not well looked after or developed enough to be used as an effective treatment for many ailments. That’s not to say it won’t help at all, but they are many more strains such as Harlequin which will produce a much better effect.