Based on our experiences and customer reactions, we have drawn up a top 5 of indoor cannabis seeds. We have taken into account ease of cultivation and weed quality.
Many experienced growers will not be surprised that we have included Northern Lights in this top 5. Northern Lights cannabis seeds are easy to grow. The yields from this plant can reach as much as 550 grams per m2 in a very short flowering period of just 7 to 8 weeks! That’s what we call super seeds. Moreover, the taste is appreciated by almost every cannabis lover. Haven’t tried Northern Lights yet? Then we advise you to do so!
AK 47 autoflower
So what are the best strains to grow indoors? With this article we are going to help you make your personal choice by putting together a top 5 best cannabis seeds for indoor. By the way, do you want to know how to grow weed indoors? Make use of our step-by-step plan ‘Growing weed indoors‘.
Our Critical feminized seeds are probably one of the best cannabis seeds to grow indoors. And not without reason. Critical is very suitable for extremely small spaces as they do not grow larger than 80 cm. The strain is easy to grow, features a very short flowering time and yields are quite big. When pruned at the bottom, the buds grow at the top. In this way it is possible to place up to 16 plants per m2 which can result in a yield of up to 500 grams per m2.
The AK-47 autoflower is one of our favourite classic strains and one of the best indoor cannabis seeds. The AK 47 autoflower is second in this top 5, but actually deserves a shared first place. Thanks to its genetics (Thai Skunk, Mexican Sativa and Afghan) the AK 47 autoflower is known for its extremely high fungal resistance and high yield. Yield can be as big as 675 grams per m2(!). The genetics are very stable and easy to grow indoors. A failed harvest is therefore almost impossible.
Indoor growing also allows cultivators to take control of time (to a degree, at least). Photoperiod cannabis varieties begin to flower only when the hours of light decrease leading up to autumn. Indoors, growers can change the light cycle to trigger flowering whenever they want. Alternatively, they can extend the growth phase by keeping plants under a veg-specific light cycle.
Indoor growing makes life easier for many cannabis cultivators. If you live in a cold climate with bad weather, or your garden lacks direct sunlight, indoor grow tents provide a safe haven. The ability to manipulate the light schedule, humidity, and nutrients with precision allows growers to raise weed on their own terms.
This award-winning cannabis strain stems from the West Coast of the United States. Breeders created Northern Lights using indica genetics from Afghanistan.
Are All Weed Strains Suitable for Indoor Grows?
Are you growing cannabis indoors during 2021? If so, you need to check out these 5 strains designed for indoor spaces. They possess high levels of THC, delicious terpenes, and yields to fawn over. But, breeders also created them with space in mind. They’ll thrive in small grow tents without sacrificing yield.
Towering sativa strains have the potential to surge to heights of 300cm. Growers can limit vertical growth by planting them in small containers, but they won’t produce as good of a yield as strains specifically bred for indoor cultivation.
Growing cannabis indoors has unique advantages and disadvantages. Cultivators have almost complete control over the environment, and can easily regulate light, water, and nutrients. However, space can quickly become an issue, especially when growing strains that like to reach rapidly toward the light source.
Our Northern Light strain descends from a premium cutting and features a completely pure indica genetic profile. Her bushy growth and medium size make her an ideal candidate for indoor cultivation.
Today we’re going to talk about the key strains for a successful indoor grow, as well as their amazing flavors and aromas.
Power Plant by Dutch Passion is a strain that’s available in both feminized and regular seeds; it gives some nice looking plants with some even nicer smoke. It leaves a strong sweet cannabis smell, and although it’s a complete sativa it grows like an indica in shape and speed. When it’s in the veg stage you can’t really tell that it’s a sativa at all, but when it begins flowering it acquires a lighter color and it turns into a mass of white, sticky pistils that will make the plant practically shine. It takes around 9-10 weeks to flower after flipping the lights, and its buds are long, hard and sticky, similar to Critical +. If you plant this strain it will most likely turn into one of your favorite strains to grow indoors. Even though it’s a sativa you can easily fit 9 plants per square meter thanks to its compact height.
Critical + :
There are many different Cheese strains on the market, and one of the best ones is the Original Cheese by Dinafem. This strain offers yellowish buds that are bursting with flavor and aroma. It grows quite like a Skunk strain, quite stretched out, so 9-16 plants per square meter is enough, and leaving just the central stem and a few lower leaves is a good idea for this set up. Another method that’s good for this strain is to plant them in 12/12 right after germinating, as they grow into one long cola of buds with 4 small branches, making it the perfect size for planting many plants and getting the maximum yield. The buds are fine, although hard and heavy; they might not look like much but you’ll get quite a heavy yield from a small amount. The buds open up quite a lot when ground, and if you have a pollen container in your grinder after a few joints you should have enough to roll one with the precious resin of this plant. It has quite a relaxing effect even though it’s 70% sativa. If you decide to grow this strain make sure you have a decent odor filter to avoid any issues.
This plant will show you exactly how cannabis can taste super sweet, as it’s one of the most flavorful sweet strains that you can find on the market. If you were to have a nug of Txomango by Genehtik in your pocket walking down the street, people would notice you more than those annoying people that play their music at full volume in public. When you grow Txomango indoors it will grow nice and compact with a short distance between nodes and plenty of branches, which means that it needs a good amount of space to grow the branches properly. Bending or doing a FIM prune is a good idea with this strain, allowing you to plant just 4 plants per square meter which will guarantee a decent yield of long and stretched out buds full of sweet flavors. It’s mainly sativa, so it’s great for smoking during the day as it won’t interfere too much in your day to day activities. This strain is one of those that people smoke mostly for the flavor rather than the effect. In just 10 weeks of flowering your harvest should be ready, and you can get around 400g per square meter with 9 plants or 4 properly pruned plants.
This is most likely the most planted in indoor grows, mostly due to the amazing yield that it gives in extremely small spaces. This plant concentrates all of its production on the upper part. You can plant around 16 Critical + per square meter, but you’ll need to properly prune the lower branches so that the main stem can produce more buds. When growing it doesn’t seem like it’s going to grow that tall, but when switched to the flowering period it rapidly stretches, growing up to 4 times bigger, so you’ll need to use stakes or wires to make sure it doesn’t double over with the weight of the buds on top. They grow to around 1.2m tall when they’re done, and you can get 550g from just one square meter of grow with the 16 plants we mentioned before. You can also plant clones and set them directly to flower in this formation. It has a citric flavor, and a little bit of this weed goes a long way. The only downside to this strain is that because so many people plant it, people have gotten kind of bored of it.