Marijuana strains that will give you high yields

Written by on 26 November, 2021


If you want your marijuana growing to give you excellent and enviable harvests, a practical tip to achieve this is to sow the right seeds. Opt for those that are characterized by high yields.

Of course, remember that if you want to get high yields, you must ensure that your plants grow in the right environment.

Check out these three varieties from Royal Queen Seeds, which we are going to present to you. You will see that in a short time; you will be in front of a great harvest, either indoors or outdoors.

1- Purple Queen

Purple Queen has a genetic lineage that includes the Hindu Kush and Purple Afghani. This plant contains a THC level of 22%, which could knock you down because it is predominantly indica; it brings you total relaxation. This strain has a rich citrus taste, and its piney aroma will delight you.

This strain can be grown both indoors and outdoors and resists warm and temperate climates. In indoor, you can obtain up to 450-500g/m² and outdoors around 650-700g per plant.

2- Royal Moby

Royal Moby is an impressive sativa dominant plant that stretches a lot, vertically and horizontally, and produces an abundance of fat buds.

This plant can produce up to 75g per plant or 600g per square meter under 600W light. Outdoors if grown under the best conditions, can even reward you with 1000g per plant.

Its flowering period is short, about 9-10 weeks. And its high percentage of THC guarantees smoke from another planet.

3- Shogun

This marijuana variety will surprise you because it combines power, taste, and productivity. You will have no complaints when choosing this plant.

The Shogun is produced after the crossing of very well-known and respected varieties in the world of marijuana. We are talking about the Amnesia Haze and the Gorilla Glue 4.

This variety is easy to grow, ideal for both novice and veteran growers. It grows well indoors and outdoors.

If you cover its basic needs indoors, it can produce up to 600g/m² after a flowering period of 9 to 11 weeks. Outdoors you can expect up to 750g per plant at the end of October.


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