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Old 09-20-2018, 10:01 PM #1
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Hi, what would be the best available indica 100% photoperiod seeds to try outdoor, my criterias are in order: Shortest flowering period 15 September or before, heavy potent and heavy yielder. For the moment I have 12 strain seeds to try next year and I would like to add 4 or 5 more, I will come back with a clomplete report and photos next year of all the strains tried.
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You need to know the light schedule for your particular area.


If you are way north you may need autoflowers to finish that early outdoors.
An approximate location would help other help you choose what you might need.



Most of my plants are only about half way through flower, some less than half, by Sept 15th.
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The further north you go the later the finish. For instance I have a strain my California buddy is harvesting right now. Mine still needs 2 more weeks. It makes northern growing much more difficult.

High yielding, early finish, and high potency, all contradict each other in breeding. A strain that is high yielding tends to be late, potent strains tend to finish later, it is very hard to find a mix of all three.

I've been looking for the same thing you're looking for. I used to have strains that fit the criteria but that was 20 years ago. They're gone now and I haven't been able to find any.

Indicas are your best bet but you'll probably lose out on high yield. The highest yielding plants I've seen have large Indica type buds on a sativa structure.

There are strains that finish by Oct 1 that fit your criteria. Grape Ape is a good one, Royal Kush is another. Hashplants tend to finish reasonably early.
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some hybrids known for speed are mikado and green crack

maybe crossing them to a strain known for outdoor mold resistance can also help like erdpurt

autoflower f1 hybrids can be also known as semi autos can be very fast, finding the right auto to cross to is also important

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The further north you go the later the finish. For instance I have a strain my California buddy is harvesting right now. Mine still needs 2 more weeks. It makes northern growing much more difficult.

High yielding, early finish, and high potency, all contradict each other in breeding. A strain that is high yielding tends to be late, potent strains tend to finish later, it is very hard to find a mix of all three.

I've been looking for the same thing you're looking for. I used to have strains that fit the criteria but that was 20 years ago. They're gone now and I haven't been able to find any.

Indicas are your best bet but you'll probably lose out on high yield. The highest yielding plants I've seen have large Indica type buds on a sativa structure.

There are strains that finish by Oct 1 that fit your criteria. Grape Ape is a good one, Royal Kush is another. Hashplants tend to finish reasonably early.

I'm at 48 parallel Canada, somewhere on this planet the 20 years old genetic exist always, I'm like you, I'm searching that, for the moment I work with early genetics that have ruderalis in, and I don't like that so much.
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Passion1 is a bit too late for my latitude, Thank you.
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I have 2 old strains from SSSC and they both ripen in early September.

The M26 and M33 to be exact.
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Mighty Mite is a ruderalis strain, bad to keep Inside. Thanks!
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