One of the most common questions we get asked is, what is the best strain to grow? So we looked through our comments and messages to discover what has been proven to be the best for our army of growers. Many factors come into play when deciding which strains are best, container size, indoors or outdoors, organic or not. The strains listed below have proven themselves in all situations and overall have surpassed the expectations of the farmers growing them.
1. Uncle Pete's Cherry Cobbler - This
strain was chosen as our number 1 this year
because it hit on all categories size, yield,
color, terpenes, and trichomes. Uncle Pete's
Cherry Cobbler far surpassed even our
expectations. Click here for more information
2. Trench Buddy - This strain needs no
introduction and has been our pride and joy since
its creation. She is a heavy producer and is
perfect for the Michigan outdoor climate.
Producing the biggest buds of any strain we have
created so far, Trench Buddy will always be
number 1 in our hearts. Click here for more
3. Disco Burger - This strain made the top 5 because
of its dense trichome covered buds and prefect stature
for trellising and super cropping. The pleasant flavor
and relaxing buzz really take this strain to the next level.
Disco Burger is a favorite for growers and consumers
4. Uncle Pete's GMO - This strain is one of the
most unique strains we have created. Cannabis that
smells like garlic, mushrooms and onions, and the bud
tastes like some of the dankest smoke you have ever
had. She produces well and is a trichome factory, 2
things we look for most when choosing our strains.
5. The Gorilla Dance - This strain is one
of our gassiest, funkiest, and nastiest, which
is why it made our top 5 list. The Gorilla
Dance is a true fan favorite. She is a
massive producer with a high calyx to leaf
ratio, and very potent and stinky buds. If you
like loud and gassy, The Gorilla Dance is
where its at. Click here for more information
No matter what you decide to grow, put the time and love in and they will give it right back. We love to hear about your successes and even challenges so feel free to share. Here's to a terrific growing season in 2023.