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Cannabis-Strains for BxlShβ Zones

Subtropic, megatherm and semi-humid climates (continental)

Subtropic (B):
Annual variation of daylength between 3 and 7 hours.
Megatherm (xl):
Very long (min. 10 months) thermal growing season.
Semi-humid (Sh):
Between 6 and 9 months hygric growing season a year.
Continental (β):
Regions with a big annual temperature fluctuation, typically hot summers and cold winters.

Strains for this zone, ordered by the average rating for this climate.

For the following strains we found user data / strain-reviews. Values/Averages onto this page according only to the selected climate zone, maybe the varieties will work better (or not so good) if grown in different climates. Check out the detailed user-reviews to get more info. Here you can browse through all the available climate zones and/or find out the one for your area!

16 Strains

Name of the strain Harvest Northern Hemisphere YLD STR User-Votings
Jack the Ripper TGA Subcool Begin of October +/- 2 Weeks
Zamal Reunion Seeds of Africa Middle of October +/- 2 Weeks
Hash Bomb Bomb Seeds Begin of July +/- 2 Weeks
Super Lemon Haze Green House Middle of October +/- 1 Week
Malawi Gold Seeds of Africa End of October +/- 2 Weeks
Y Griega Medical Seeds Begin of November +/- 1 Week
Boss's Sister Sin City Seeds Middle of August +/- 2 Weeks
OG Kush Dinafem Middle of October +/- 2 Weeks
Jock Horror Nirvana Begin of June
Purple Paro Valley Mandala Middle of October +/- 1 Week
Critical Advanced Seeds Middle of September
Arjan's Haze #3 Green House Middle of October
Burmese Kush TH Seeds Begin of October +/- 1 Week
Sour Cream DNA Genetics Middle of October +/- 2 Weeks
Public Enemy Shaman Middle of October +/- 8 Weeks
Polm Gold Outdoor Spliff Seeds Middle of October

Data / Calculation / Sources

SeedFinder use its own combined dataset with climate averages from the last 23 years on a regular 0.5 degree latitude/longitude grid. Sources: Monthly air temperature, precipitation and potential evaporation from 1986 - 2008 (Center for Climatic Research, University of Delaware). Elevation data from the Tyndall Centre. Calculation and colors for the climatic zones according to the actual Klever/Frankenberg specification system.