I have a new grow site that is perfect in every way…except…(isnt there always an exception?..:>)…if/when my plants get over 4-5 ft tall they ‘may’ be visible from the street,IF someone is really looking for ‘something’…any recommendations as to strains that do well outdoors in a southeastern US climate,dont get ‘too’ tall and have reasonably high THC levels?..TIA!
All of the ILGM autoflowering strains are considered compact plants - typically 3-4 feet tall outdoor. Here are the ones with the highest THC levels:
26% Gorilla Glue
21% Bergman’s Gold
21% Girl Scout Cookies
The following are photoperiod ILGM strains that are compact and high THC:
23% Grandaddy Purple
22% Purple Kush
20% Blackberry Kush
I recommend picking anything you want, but just super cropping it, or scrogging it to keep it low. That’s what I would do.
If you grow in bags or pots that restrict root expansion that also will help keep your plant small. Short of staking the branches and mainstem down. You can literally grow a Thai plant sideways if you dont mind the work.
You can train the plants aka Scrog and that will limit your plants height. I have grown a plant sideways and it’s not something I would recommend. Especially if the branches are weak.
All is great advice. Also, take into consideration 1. R U ligit? 2. How much time do U have available dedicated to the maintenance and upkeep of said grow? Autos are normally the way to go if your in experimental mode… Hope that helps.
26% Gorilla Glue…is this the same thing as the GG by ILGM?..
I’ve never been a fan of GG. It makes me cough pretty bad for some reason. White Widow is an excellent strain and great for a first time grow.
I have some of those…are ALL of the GG by ILGM autos?..I believe they were ‘advertised’ as fems but dont recall auto in the specs…
… thanks for the advice!..:>)
They have them in both photoperiod and autoflowering.
That is something I was considering…Thanks for the suggestion…:>)
Thanks for that!..:>)
could always try super crop the branches kushman style and feed more silica to help with weak branches…