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Printed Date: 21 November 2019 at 13:02


Topic: Heat tolerant strain
Posted By: vitalygr
Subject: Heat tolerant strain
Date Posted: 09 April 2013 at 20:33
Hello!

Summer is comming, average temperature reaches 40C outside. Is difficult to control the temperature in my growroom.

I am looking for a heat tolerant strain for indoor growing.

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Posted By: sicklehand
Date Posted: 12 April 2013 at 13:51
In general sativa's and sativa heavy hybrids are better in high temps
as their thin leafs and open bud structure help them keep cool.

Hope this helps.


Posted By: lightsfan
Date Posted: 03 May 2013 at 00:46
I agree with sicklehand, open bud structure of sativa dom strains is what you want for hot grows. A strong Indica, like NL can take the heat, but the tighter buds can begin molding from inside, & once you spot it, the damage is done. High heat causes countless problems indoors, insect infestations,ect. Vent the heat away & just crank up some fans & the AC & grow what you want to!?..


Posted By: PetrolSS
Date Posted: 03 May 2013 at 09:41
if the temperature is particularly uncontrollable, autoflowering maybe a direction to go - though they have plenty of draw backs they may be the right choice in harsh and less than optimal climates

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Posted By: Schwarzenegger
Date Posted: 19 July 2013 at 18:21
no indoor plant will produce nice weed at 40celcius.

you need a cooler grow, or you  are in a climate you should grow outdoors :)


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Posted By: l0ld4ve
Date Posted: 14 August 2013 at 22:33
Yeah, Sicklehand knows what's up.
Schwarzenegger here is also right, you should take it outside if, and only if, it's possible.


Posted By: Schwarzenegger
Date Posted: 23 August 2013 at 22:11
try some of the old jack herer, and tell me if thats not top notch high temperature bud.


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Posted By: Leroe
Date Posted: 02 October 2014 at 16:01
Originally posted by lightsfan

I agree with sicklehand, open bud structure of sativa dom strains is what you want for hot grows. A strong Indica, like NL can take the heat, but the tighter buds can begin molding from inside, & once you spot it, the damage is done. Another one to try is called https://skinnyexpress.com/phen375-review - Phen375 and it helps burn fat fast. High heat causes countless problems indoors, insect infestations,ect. Vent the heat away & just crank up some fans & the AC & grow what you want to!?..


What is the easiest strain to grow indoors?


Posted By: Schwarzenegger
Date Posted: 02 October 2014 at 17:50
powerplant and skunk#1 are some of the most used genetics in commercial grows , for the simple reason that the bud stays relatively compact, the stature is not to stretchy , and flowering is done in 9 to 9 weeks

haze genetics, especially amnesia cultivars are very popular amongst the little more experienced growers that deal with high temps
haze grows like a cactus(heat and drought tolerant), and is sturdy as hell
the high and aroma of haze is more favoured than skunk and powerplant genetics, but flowering takes aroughly a month longer
haze rewards this extra time with very high yield

so in short: beginning growers better stick to a 8 or 9 week flowering skunk or powerplant
more experienced growers choose haze

above mentioned strains are purely high yield high temp tolerant strains
jack herer can be in between thsed two options, and can also withstand high temps

try extracting the heat by using the shortest route for warm air to leave the grow
make sure you have extra distance between bulb and canopy





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Posted By: MirandaLewis
Date Posted: 14 November 2014 at 04:03
I always found Mandala strains to be pretty tolerant to high temps.. It has been thoroughly verified by growers in the past years who grow indoor in the summer or outdoor in hot areas.


Posted By: organicgrow
Date Posted: 14 November 2014 at 14:40
Hey,

A couple of years ago I grew White Widow and White Ice _both from White Label_ in a greenhouse in which temperatures went regularly over 40C at noons and in the afternoons for at least 3 months. Nevertheless, the plants grew fine, yielding more than 700g of dried bud each. The quality was top notch too.

Just my 2 cents

Cheers

OG


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