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    Posted: 08 January 2008 at 22:51
Hi all.
I did my first outdoor grow last summer with the help and advice of many members of this forum.  I had a thread going with photos.  I ended up with 18 ounzes of the best skunk I have had in ages!!
 
I intend to attempt a small indoor grow in my attic.  I am in the UK.  I intend to construct a  6 foot by 6 foot compartment, insulate it and seal it up.  I have a 600W grow light and plan to use an extractor fan with carbon filter.  I want to grow them in soil in pots. 
 
What kind of seeds do you recommend, I would like to grow 4 plants of two different varietys.  I would like femenised seeds as my outdoor grow produced 7 males and 3 females!!  I would like high yield seeds that will be fairly easy to grow and fairly hardy.  I would like both the varietys to be be among the strongest but be different highs.
 
Would a turnaround of about 16 weeks be possible as I have a holiday booked later in the year???
 
I have been looking at all the seeds available but it is a mine field of so many, advice from experienced growers and smokers would be invaluable.
 
Intend to purchase the seeds from sensi seeds as I have had good advice from them.
 
Thanks in advance.
 
Rich
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  Quote Solidopc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 January 2008 at 00:59
Gotta be white label super skunk and northern lights then i rekon.
 
Both, nice and easy to grow, will be vigourous. Or of course, there's white widow aswell, just a personal preference for the other two myself.
 
There is blueberries also, but ive heard thats a little slower in veg, but they can really pick up in flowering, and produce some monster yields.
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