The Best Indoor Cannabis Seeds To Grow Today

Not all cannabis seeds can grow successfully indoors, so you have to make sure you’re choosing strains suitable for indoor cultivation. Here are some of the cannabis strains you can grow indoors:

White Widow

It is a famous Dutch strain that responds well to SOG or “screen of green” method. White Widow can grow indoors and outdoors. If you grow it indoors, expect 18 ounces of buds or more per square meter during the harvest period. 

CBDream

It is a bushy, compact plant that grows up to 3 to 4 feet tall, making it ideal for indoor cultivation. This plant will give you those delicious buds in just 8 weeks. You can also grow it outdoors. Whatever the case, you can always expect the best from CBDream. 

Trainwreck

Trainwreck is a popular indica strain that is ideal for indoor cultivation. It is a highly recommended strain to grow for novice growers for beginners like you. This plant is very manageable because they don’t grow too tall. The buds will be ready for harvesting in just 7 weeks. 

Lighting Considerations

Many indoor growers use HPS or high-pressure sodium lights as a source of light for the cannabis plants they grow. HPS lights are a better choice for these people because they are affordable and very effective. 

LED or light emitting diode lights are also effective like the HPS lights. The only problem is they are more expensive for everybody’s budget. 

When you buy a grow tent, you will often obtain a manufacturer’s suggestion regarding the lamp size and the size of an extraction fan. The most typical HPS lights are available in different wattages: 250 watts, 400 watts, and 600 watts. The higher the watts, the more heat, and light these lamps will produce. 

Conclusion

There are many ways to cultivate cannabis. However, getting started with a premixed soil, a purpose-built indoor tent, and HPS lights is still the best route. Advanced growers will recommend the hydroponic systems like the nutrient film method and deep water culture as they provide better results compared to soil. 

In your case, learning the basics is very important. Don’t rush. As a beginner, you have to master first the basics in growing cannabis indoors before you can delve into more complex growing systems.

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