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Welcome to the 420 Highway - An Online Road Map for California Medical Marijuana / Medical Cannabis Patients
WELCOME TO THE 420 HIGHWAY
CA MMJ Patients' Online Road Map for Medical Marijuana

Marijuana Strains, Pictures and Descriptions

 

Following is a collection of strains that were compiled by http://www.marijuanastrains.com/ .  Clicking on a link will open a new window on their website.

STRAIN DIRECTORY - Come back often as this directory will grow!

Indoor Marijuana Strains
4 Way
Big Bud
Champagne
Citrus Buds
Crystal Marijuana
Durban Poison
Early Misty
First Mature
Hawaii Skunk
Hawaii x Skunk 1
Haze
Haze x Skunk
Hindu Kush
Holland Strains
God Bud
Ice Marijuana
Indica Marijuana
Island Lady
Maroc x Skunk
Misty
Indoor Marijuana Strains
Kush
Kush x NL
Mauwie Wauwie
Natural Buds
Nigeria Weed
Northern Lights
NL x Shiva
Purple Haze

Shiva
Silver Haze
Skunk Red Hair
Super Skunk
Skunk Special
Skunk Weed
Snow White
Swazi x Skunk
Swiss Miss
Thai x Skunk
Turtle Power

White Widow

Outdoor Marijuana Strains
Afghani
California Bud
Crystal
Durban Poison
Blueberry Bud
Happy Outdoor
Early Special
Early God Bud
Early Girl
Early Indica
Early Sativa
Early Special
Hawaii Maui Waui
Hawaii x Skunk #1
Holland's Hope
KC33 x Master Kush
Master Kush
New Purple Power
Northern Lights
Swiss Miss

Feminized Marijuana Strains
Light of Jah
White Widow Feminized
Kaya
Northern Bright
Snow White
Super Girl
Venus
Wonder Woman

Best Sativa
Durban Poison
Haze Marijuana
Mauwie Wauwie
Purple Haze Marijuana

Best Indica
White Widow Marijuana
Northern Lights Marijuana
Hawaiian Marijuana
Skunk Marijuana

CHOOSING A STRAIN

Choosing the best strain of marijuana for a geographical area is not difficult. Indica, sativa and feminized are the basic cannabis families.

SATIVAS - The polar opposite of indicas. Tall, thin plants, narrow leaves, lighter green colors, grow quick, extend to heights of 20 feet in some cases. Origins are traced back to Mexico, Columbia and southeast Asia. Flowering times vary from 10 to 16 weeks, normally longer than indicas. Taste ranges from earthy to fruity. A good head stone. A great outdoor favorite.

INDICAS - Short thick plants, broad leaves, darker green, flowering in 8 to 10 weeks with thick dense flower tops. Flavours from stinky skunk to fruity sweet. Origins traced back to Afghanistan, Morocco and Tibet. More of a body stone. Indoor grower's favorite types.

FEMINIZED - Designer qualities to produce only female plants. Rarely are the seeds produced but can be forced. Usually passed on as clones.

CROSS BREEDS - Combining different sativa and indica breeds will produce the corresponding traits of each mother and father. Actual percentages each strain will contain is not exact, but pretty close.

INDOOR / OUTDOOR - The most important thing to realize is the length of flowering time. Indoor doesn't matter but outdoor maturation would depend on your climate. If you have a short summer then go with a more indica strain. Remember, the more sativa in the mix the longer the flowering time. Some types of marijuana are specifically bred for outdoor, just look at your details. For indoor growing, don't choose something that says outdoor.

HEIGHT - Sativa stretches the most. Height is usually listed but can be controlled indoors. Light usually does not reach down past 3 feet sufficiently enough. A well grown plant can grow 1 to 2 inches a day. A two foot plant, put into flowering stage will reach just over 3 feet when done maturing in approximately 8 weeks.

POTENCY - Most marijuana these days is super potent. Success of course depends on your green thumb and growing conditions. To maximize potency use a hot, dry atmosphere and drop the humidity when flowering.

YIELDS - This all depends on how long you let your cannabis plants vegetate before flowering. Obviously the longer the vegetation period the taller the plants, therefore more yield. Maximum indoor yields come from indica.

 

TOP 5 BEST KNOWN STRAINS OF MARIJUANA
Following is a collection of strains that were compiled by http://www.marijuanastrains.com/ .  Clicking on a link will open a new window on their website.

White Widow The white widow marijuana strain is considered perhaps the best cannabis in the world. The buds always have so much THC on them that it is hard to see the green color of the bud at all. The high is super extreme and the taste uniquely divine. Winner of more Cannabis Cups and Pot Awards than any other kynde. On the top of all Dutch coffee shop menu's (usually the most expensive!) A must for anyone who thinks they are a smoker. Buy white widow marijuana seeds.

White Widow / White Widow Feminized

Northern Lilghts Northern lights marijuana has big broad leaves and large crystal covered buds. Experience a strong hash taste to best describe northern lights marijuana. This is not a big plant growing to about 1.5 m outdoors and a little bigger indoors. Northern lights marijuana seeds are good for the indoor growers. It's a classic plant being one of the most smoked and grown in Holland. You owe it to yourself to check out the finest buzz!

Northern Lights

Super Skunk Weed

Super Skunk is a beefy original Skunk #1 strain. Matches the potency of the hashish you find in Amsterdam coffee shops. World famous for it's skunky sweet smell, super tasty flavour and muscular high. One of the easiest of the white strains to grow. This pot gets sold and smoked even before it gets a chance to dry. Flowers in 8 to 10 weeks.

Super Skunk Weed

Big Bud Big Bud is Winner of the Cannabis Cup in 1989 as a best marijuana strains. A must for the grower with high ambitious intentions, The yield of this indica marijuana strain is legendary, producing massive buds with gigantic leaves. The smoke is smooth and the high is very strong. Will produce the best yield than any other plant in the same space. Usually the lower branches collapse under the weight of the buds. One of the world's finest marijuana strains.

Big Bud

Purple Haze Purple Marijuana aka Purple Haze Marijuana has lovely purple buds on this plant give it a special taste and smell. It is a powerful strain with sativa overtones. It is a very hardy plant and can be grown outdoors in the worst climates. Its ancestors are Holland's Hope crossed with Skunk#1. A powerful high quality sativa marijuana odour.

Purple Haze Marijuana

 

 

 

 

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