Strain recommendations for middling newbie

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Gurtgurt

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Hello teens,

Been growing indoors for a couple years. I like the head high so I usually buy sativa-dominant strains. Currently growing Durban Poison and Amnesia Haze (a new one to me). I like the strains with the giggles.

I'm about out of seeds so I'm looking for some recommendations for my next couple rounds. I'd like to do some 'renowned' or classic strains.

Was thinking Acapulco Gold based on that led Zeppelin song. What else?

Thanks for your input.
 
JKash

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Bruce banner... not classic but well known for high thc counts....
Gary Peyton
 
Imzzaudae

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If you like giggly weed. Try this one. This is Laughing Buddha.
Turned into a very large plant. She has been hanging for 30 days + Just getting her jarred up now.
She is a late harvest. Or you could try the auto version in a 15 gallon pot.
If this is anything like the Buddha I burned years ago you will have a blast.

Laughing Buddha
 
3cats

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Hello teens,

Been growing indoors for a couple years. I like the head high so I usually buy sativa-dominant strains. Currently growing Durban Poison and Amnesia Haze (a new one to me). I like the strains with the giggles.

I'm about out of seeds so I'm looking for some recommendations for my next couple rounds. I'd like to do some 'renowned' or classic strains.

Was thinking Acapulco Gold based on that led Zeppelin song. What else?

Thanks for your input.
If you are new to growing try and stay away from sativa's, They take longer to flower and can be tricky to grow, they are easy to over dry if your drying environment isn't 100% on. They can be tall and airy and can grow out of your space after flipping and are really better suited to out door grows imho. Where as indica;s grow shorter, flower quicker and again imho are prettier with more tric's and easier to grow
 
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