Bud Rot/Mold resistant strains for outdoors

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by riverrat14, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. riverrat14

    riverrat14 Registered+

    Hey all. I'm in the tropics and need some suggestions for strains that can handle rainy periods during flowering.

    I'll start off by mentioning Mango is an awsome strain for yield, flavour, potency and mold/rain resistance.

    Others hollands hope, early skunk.

    What else handles the rain during flower?
  2. kaj621

    kaj621 Registered+

    ummm.. im growing some nirvana purple power and they gone through some "tough" shit and all my plants (4) turned out to be female and even when flowering.. they easily get threw the rain
  3. riverrat14

    riverrat14 Registered+

    Early misty from reports at nirvana is good also.

    Come on people keep them coming! :Rasta:
    Don't want no moldy shit!
  4. devilvenom

    devilvenom Registered+

    we need a whole list here of which are, i got some og and grape ape and a thumper, with my luck i'm in for some bad news.
  5. the image reaper

    the image reaper Registered+

    general rule-of-thumb, sativas and sativa-dominants work best in the wet climates ... the buds are sparser, not as dense, and the air is able to get through them easier ... also, sativa landraces generally come more from the damper 'jungle' type countries and islands, rather than dry arid regions of the Middle East ... :smokin:
  6. KL4D4

    KL4D4 Registered+

    wow that makes me really happy to think about. It's been raining these last three days here temps were in the 80s last week now they are in the 50's and I still figure I got some time til harvest.
  7. stinkyattic

    stinkyattic CultiModerVatorAtor

    The strain Island Sweet Skunk, sold by Federation as Sweet Island Skunk, is known to handle rain well- it's a true IBL from Vancouver and dries off quickly after rainfall because of the way the buds are structured.
    I'm not sure how it likes heat though.
    Look for strains that do NOT set extremely large or dense buds, and always plant in an area that gets both early morning sunlight and a nice breeze.

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