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Best Strains to Grow in Massachusetts

growing marijuana in Massachusetts

The state of Massachusetts now allows adult residents to legally grow marijuana for personal use, both indoors and outdoors. Now is the perfect time to take a moment and acquaint yourself with the legal limits and also to understand what type of strains perform best in your climate. Stay till the end for the list of the best strains to grow in Massachusetts.

What Exactly Is Allowed by the Law?

If you are 21 years or older, you may choose to grow your own bud and have up to 6 plants in your garden, regardless of their maturity. Please note that if two or more adults live in the same residence and wish to cultivate marijuana for themselves, the maximum number of plants is 12. The law doesn’t differentiate between indoor and outdoor grows, so you’re free to raise cannabis plants in your backyard as long as they’re fenced in and locked and can’t be seen from the outside without the use of binoculars or aircraft. As for the produce, you can stash up to 10 oz of bud, so long as it’s inaccessible to children and pets.

Climate in Massachusetts Is Good, but Some Restrictions Apply

Cannabis is a versatile plant that thrives in many climates, and Massachusetts offers many of those conditions that guarantee you the best growing experience outdoors. First, you get the long warm summer, which is great for vegging plants, and you can put your seedlings outside as early as May or even April. Second, the early fall when the buds start to really fill out is also warm and sunny and reasonably dry. On the flip side, you’ll get a lot of humid and even muggy days at the peak of the summer, which invites mold and bud rot. Clearly, this part of the season is not the best for the flowering stage, so keep this in mind when planning the cycle for your automatic strains. Make sure to also protect your plants against hurricanes and tropical storms with some kind of support, be it chicken wire, stakes, or any kind of trellises.

Best Strains to Grow Outdoors in Massachusetts: Autos, Early and Fast Versions

The weather in Massachusetts allows you to successfully cultivate most strains that finish in September. This kind of information is usually specified by the breeders. Plants that finish in the first half of October are also an option, but make sure the strain you choose is mold-resistant. Stay clear of any late-flowering genetics with extra dense buds – loose and airy flower structure may have less bag appeal, but is safer in humid conditions or when the nights are cold. That said, the best choice for your first grow would be an autoflowering variety or a special kind of photoperiod cannabis called ‘early’ or ‘fast versions’. You’ll find many such strains in our catalog, and here, we present you with our top five examples from every category we’ve just mentioned.

Pineapple Kush: a September Finisher with Sugary-Sweet Flavor

Pineapple Kush (RQS) Pineapple Kush (RQS)
  • Photoperiod
  • Flying away in delicious aromas
  • 18 %
  • 500 - 550 g/m² indoors
    500 - 550 g/plant outdoors
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This is one case where you needn’t be afraid of large and solid buds: this fruity Pineapple Kush is tolerant of high humidity and can be harvested when the sky in Massachusetts is still clear and the sun warm and bright. You’ll reap jaw-dropping quantities of buds that smell of vanilla, mint and pineapple, and produce giggly, relaxing, and mood-enhancing effects.

2 Fast & 2 Vast Auto: Expect a Lightning-Quick and Heavy Punch

2 Fast & 2 Vast Auto (Heavyweight Seeds) 2 Fast & 2 Vast Auto (Heavyweight Seeds)
  • Autoflowering
  • 18 - 20 %
  • For giggling and for thinking
  • 600 - 800 g/m² indoors
    75 - 200 g/plant outdoors
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Plant this one in July (seedlings love hot and humid conditions), and in September you’ll watch how your 2 Fast & 2 Vast Auto turns into a 5-foot-tall Christmas tree, with enormous and heavy colas all over. When smoked, the buds are fruity and easy on the throat, but the stone is fast and hard-hitting and provides long physical relaxation and cerebral introspection.

Grandmommy Purple: as Much THC as Possible

Grandmommy Purple (Herbies Seeds) Grandmommy Purple (Herbies Seeds)
  • Photoperiod
  • An ecstatic must-have
  • 30 %
  • 400 - 500 g/m² indoors
    450 - 550 g/plant outdoors
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Luckily for MA growers, our absolute potency champion, Grandmommy Purple, also makes the list of the perfect Massachusetts marijuana seeds with their early September finish! This photoperiod Indica is no joke, as it produces up to 33% THC in each bud. This fruity strain is narcotic-like, sedative, and calming, making for a perfect stress-reliever or a sleeping pill. This potency is rare, so you have to try it!

Purple Punch Auto: Fragrant Dark Delights

Purple Punch Auto (Barney's Farm) Purple Punch Auto (Barney's Farm)
  • Autoflowering
  • 18 %
  • Devastating delight
  • 350 - 400 g/m² indoors
    400 g/plant outdoors
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To have this beautiful plant in your Massachusetts garden is an experience bordering on exotic. Just be sure to time your grow so as to expose your maturing buds to a couple of cold nights in late September, and Purple Punch Auto will delight your senses with its rich, dark colors along with its sweet and fruity smell. The effects are potently relaxing and soothing Indica, perfect for medical patients.

Eleven Roses Early Version: an Overkill for the Mild Massachusetts Climate

Eleven Roses Early Version (Delicious Seeds) Eleven Roses Early Version (Delicious Seeds)
  • Photoperiod
  • Worries are left behind
  • 24.8 %
  • 600 g/m² indoors
    2000 g/plant outdoors
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This strain is a perfect illustration of modern hybrids that, even with their shortened flowering periods, are fully compatible with outsized yields and the highest quality of buds. Eleven Roses Early Version can produce several pounds of rock-hard sticky buds with close to 25% THC, as well as the exquisite smell of ripe fruit and damp soil. And you can bring this narcotic Indica to full maturity not only in New England, but in much colder places as well.

Gelato Auto: Pure Energy with Dessert Flavor

Gelato Auto (Herbies Seeds) Gelato Auto (Herbies Seeds)
  • Autoflowering
  • 26 %
  • Outpouring of creativity
  • 400 - 600 g/m² indoors
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This one is for tokers who are always on-the-go tackling tasks or those who need to get inspired to get active. Gelato Auto is a quick-flowering autoflower and among the best weed strains to grow in Massachusetts: it’s completely undemanding and beginner-friendly, while producing highest-grade buds with 24-26% THC. This strain is pure energy: after just a couple of tokes you will feel uplifted, active, and as creative as never before.

Extreme Impact Auto: a Hard-Hitting Nighttime Indica

Extreme Impact Auto (Heavyweight Seeds) Extreme Impact Auto (Heavyweight Seeds)
  • Autoflowering
  • Crushing blow
  • 21 %
  • 650 g/m² indoors
    50 - 150 g/plant outdoors
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Very easy to grow and adaptable to any conditions, this automatic strain can be cultivated by anyone and in any location. Even if you have no experience but are ready to give your plants a little bit of love and care, the yields will be spectacular. When you test the smoke, keep in mind that Extreme Impact Auto got this name for a reason – you may find out you’re not as hardcore as you thought you were, so use this strain in moderation and only in the evening.

Blueberry Cheese: Funky Joy with Zero Calories

Blueberry Cheese (Barney's Farm) Blueberry Cheese (Barney's Farm)
  • Photoperiod
  • 23 %
  • Joy and enthusiasm
  • 650 g/m² indoors
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This Indica-dominant strain from Barney’s Farm is one of the best weed strains in Massachusetts – it finishes in September way before the cold hits. Expect stocky plants with large yields of 25% THC buds. Blueberry Cheese’s effects are complex and can be best described as euphoric and happy gradually turning into relaxed and hungry – ideal for fans of munchies. With rich taste and aroma, this strain is like a treat on its own – the smoke is skunky at first, but it quickly becomes sweet and cheesy.

Bruce Banner Auto: Fast-Acting Sativa

Bruce Banner Auto (FastBuds) Bruce Banner Auto (FastBuds)
  • Autoflowering
  • Say Good Bye to the stress
  • 25 %
  • 450 - 600 g/m² indoors
    50 - 200 g/plant outdoors
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Prepare lots of space for this Sativa-dominant autoflower – Bruce Banner Auto loves to stretch up to 59 inches in height to produce up to 7 oz of dispensary-grade bud. The best of all, you won’t have to wait too long, because Bruce Banner Auto is ready in 70-77 days from germination! These buds will pack 25% THC, gassy and fruity aromas, and extremely potent effects. This strain is fast-acting and so euphoric, that it is often used medicinally.

Sweet Skunk F1 Fast Version: a Classic Strain Made Speedy

Sweet Skunk F1 Fast Version (Sweet Seeds) Sweet Skunk F1 Fast Version (Sweet Seeds)
  • Photoperiod
  • Sweet body relaxation
  • 18 - 23 %
  • 400 - 550 g/m² indoors
    350 - 600 g/plant outdoors
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Who doesn’t love a good Skunk? Now you can grow this legendary marijuana seeds in Massachusetts thanks to this convenient fast version from Sweet Seeds. Expect the same pungent aroma that tells you about the crazy amount of terpenes in the bud, and up to 23% THC for a truly long-lasting high. The effect is strong, happy, and highly relaxing.

Many Pros of Growing Cannabis in Massachusetts

Growers looking for the best strains to grow in Massachusetts are lucky in at least two respects. The laws are lenient enough to encourage growing marijuana outdoors, and the mild climate allows you to cultivate a wide range of strains with a good chance to harvest fully mature buds long before the warm and sunny season is over. So pop some seeds and see for yourself just how lucky you are!

Have you already been growing cannabis in Massachusetts yourself? Then let us know in the comments below what strains you had success with – your fellow canna-enthusiasts will appreciate a tip or two!

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D Blacks
How are you able to grow it in Massachusetts when we in this state deal with snow & the winter? My plant died on the inside last year because it was cold. but i have two really nice cbd seeds floating in water to germinate will see what happens
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Joel
Awesome thanks will give these a shot.
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Herbies
Hello Joel,Thank you for your reply, you're welcome!
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Donna
Very useful information.
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Herbies Seeds
Hello Donna,We're glad to hear you enjoyed the article. We wich you the best of luck with your hobby!
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