It is that time of year when outdoor cannabis farmers are planning their spring crops and picking out what strains to run this year. Some cannabis strains do very well outdoors while others do not. Knowing the difference between these strains can make or break any outdoor operation. Getting our plants large enough before we place them outside here in Michigan is crucial to obtaining larger yields per plant. Knee high to waist high plants ready to be in the ground by June 1st is a good rule of thumb for most Michigan outdoor grows. This requires some thinking ahead of spring to be ready in time. Most farmers we know are selecting genetics in January and February to get started by March 1st on indoor cultivation of their plants intended to go outdoors in the spring. This can be the difference of yielding a few ounces per plant vs a few pounds per plant. Get your plants started in time!
If you are looking for proven outdoor genetics that grow well outdoors here in Michigan (which means they grow well anywhere), by farmers that have first hand experience, look no further. These strains are potent, full of flavor, and offer above average yields on outdoor plants. These plants will flower in 8 weeks or less, kick into flowering early in the season, and finish early enough to harvest before the risk of frost.
Simply give us a call to place an order over the phone immediately or fill out the form on our "Order Seeds" page to place your order today.
This is our most potent outdoor strain. Proffering a medium yield, incredible density, and amazing trichome production.
Pretty, pretty, pretty. One of the most colorful strains you will ever grow outdoors.
Flavorful, mouth watering, cherry flavor. This strain was breed back to the Cuvee by Subcool 3x to develop our happiest and most flavorful outdoor strain!
We have a few more strains that were bred from Jennifer Cook's outdoor grow in 2019 from the strains that she runs being released in the next week or so once we get done sorting them. Stay tuned for more information.