Let’s face it — when you grow weed for the first time, you want to take the easy route. There are dozens of reasons why that’s the case but only one that stands out.
Before you can mess about with complicated strains, cloning, super-cropping and other advanced growing techniques you need to put in the road work.
How do you do that?
You go through a couple of grow-to-harvest cycles with strains that are generally easy to cultivate.
The best cannabis seeds for beginners are:
- Resistant to mold
- Have decent yield per seed
- Come from a good breeder
Although you can take this checklist and start exploring which seeds fit your bill right now, we have to address something that will make that job much, much easier.