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The Best Autoflowering Strains for Beginners

Fast Buds Details the Best Strains to Help You Break Into the World of Cannabis Growing
Author Ryan
06 March 2018
2 min read
The Best Autoflowering Strains for Beginners

  • 1. G14
  • 2. Tangie'matic
  • 3. Blackberry
  • 4. Fastberry
  • 5. 1. girl scout cookies


Everybody starts somewhere, but it's hard to know where to start when growing cannabis. There are so many options: what light? What medium? What nutrients? What humidity? We'll be answering all of these questions shortly, but today, we'll focus on strain, specifically, "What's the best strain for new growers?"

Autoflowering cannabis is the perfect variety for new growers, but Fast Buds has over 20 strains to choose from. While you no doubt have a strain preference for flowers, extracts, edibles, and topicals, selecting a strain for cultivation is an entirely different issue. Some require a green thumb, while others seem to take care of themselves. Below you'll find the five easiest autoflower strains for beginners.

5. G14

Fast Buds' Autoflowering G13, AKA G14

Fast Buds' Autoflower G13, G14, is one our oldest strains. It's also one of the most stable in our catalog, making it perfect to grow in a variety of conditions. This squat and fast-flowering strain is ideal for small gardens and apartment balconies. New growers are bound to make a few mistakes here and there, and G14 nobly suffers the slings and arrows of outrageous newbie grow mistakes while still producing beautiful hybrid flowers with THC content starting at 18%.

4. Tangie'Matic

Fast Buds' Autoflower Tangie, Tangie'Matic

Fast Buds' Tangie variant is an autoflowering giant. Easily our largest strain, Tangie's bulk makes it ideal for outdoor growing. If you grow indoors, make sure you have a large enough tent to accommodate this hybrid's 1.3-meter reach. The large frame produces large yields, and it's this combination that makes Tangie'Matic ideal for beginners. Even if you make a few mistakes and stress out this citrusy wonder, the resulting slower-growth will still produce a sizeable yield of buds.

3. Blackberry

Fast Buds Autoflower Blackberry Kush

Who doesn't love purple weed? Blackberry's amazing coloring and tendency to grow fast make it the perfect centerpiece for anyone's first time. Finishing in as little as eight weeks, this autoflowering Blackberry Kush handles a wide variety of environments while still producing large numbers of bud sites and flowers. This strain also has a green phenotype that appears from time to time, and produces equally potent green buds that compliment the more common purple variety.


Fast Buds Fastberry

After planting, Fastberry explodes out of the ground and doesn't stop. Fast doesn't do this genetic wunderkind justice. Typically finishing in eight weeks, experienced growers have been able to harvest within seven weeks. Fastberry's fast finishing allows new growers to learn from their mistakes quickly. It's the perfect strain for learners who want to find, correct, and learn from their errors as a quickly as possible. If cannabis growing is a competition (and it is for many), Fastberry is the ultimate training drill; fail fast, learn fast, grow fast.

 1. Girl Scout Cookies

Fast Buds' Autoflower Girl Scout Cookies

Girl Scout Cookies is just a bit more sensitive to its environment than the other strains on this list. So why does it take the number one spot on our "easiest strains to grow" list? Well, even if you make a few errors, and all beginner growers do, Girl Scout Cookies flowers are always potent and enjoyable. Even if you have no idea what you're doing, Girl Scout Cookies buds always seem to have that magical cannabinoid mix that's made this strain a run-away hit in California. It's a high-THC strain (22%) with a hint of THCV, making it a giggly, energetic, and clear-headed strain that almost anyone can enjoy. It's the pizza of autoflowering strains, even when it's not at its best, it's still really good.

Author Ryan
06 March 2018