Kevin Jodrey’s Top 5 Strains to Grow Right Now
Kevin Jodrey tells us which strains are the easiest or most productive to grow right now. Kevin co-founded The Ganjier and runs Wonderland Nursery. If you haven’t heard of them yet, we highly recommend you read up on Wonderland Nursery. They are very impressive!
Kevin’s Top 5 Strains to Grow
- Crème Brulee
- The Crème Brulee strain is Royal Kush crossed with Sour Diesel and OG Kush Breath created by Leo Stone and Aficionado Seeds.
- One of the times Kevin grew this strain, his grow was hit with 80 mph winds in a storm that lasted days. No plants even had a broken branch. Crème Brulee is a remarkably strong plant.
- Like most on this list, the Crème Brulee resists fungus and handles damp climates well.
- On top of that, it is known for having a huge terp profile.
- Royal Kush
- Originally, Royal Kush is Afghani crossed with Skunk. Kevin’s friend Mac sifted a specific strain that Kevin loves to grow.
- Like Crème Brulee, it can resist fungus leaving the grower with one less thing to worry about.
- The Royal Kush a classic strain that still delivers a powerful high.
- Hollyweed is a unique OG kush crossed with G13.
- Its marshmallow and lemon taste delivers a superior high.
- Like the Crème Brulee, the Hollyweed survived a major storm that proved its resistance to extreme conditions.
- Once again, the Hollyweed strain is good at remaining fungus free.
- Diverse mix including Afghani and Columbian ancestors that has a huge THC percentage.
- It’s known for its loud floral tone and earthy scent.
- Kevin notes how much this strain produces, and how quickly it grows.
- Black Lime Reserve
- Black Lime Reserve is an indica strain by Aficionado Seeds that was bred from Purple Kush, Chemdawg, Lime Afghani, and Woodman Canyon Oil Can.
- Fuel on the inhale, Lime on the exhale
- As usual, Kevin prefers the strain that resists fungus on its own, and Black Lime Reserve does.
- Like the AK47, this strain grows quickly and produces a bunch.
Are you wondering how many strains you should grow at once? Watch Oregon Commercial growers explain how many strains they grow and why!
Our Wonderland Nursery Trip
We made 6 total videos from our time hanging with Kevin. Here are the other 5:
Transplanting into Fabric Pots – Kevin Jodrey from Wonderland Nursery
Root Circling is Not the Problem with Plastic Pots – Kevin Jodrey from Wonderland Nursery
Kevin Jodrey’s 2017 Hot Strain Predictions
Top Dressing with Rice Hulls with Wonderland Nursery
The Problem with Cannabis Cultivators – Kevin Jodrey from Wonderland Nursery
With the creme brule strain you list different parentage then what we have in Wa state. The version up here is made with Plat. OG Kush, OgKB, and GSC (girl scout cookies). Another tasty strain you Really NEED to try is Frosted Cherry Cookies, it’s terpenes give a muti-faceted, next-gen flavor profile that must be experienced in life. A cross of the White, GSC #2, and Cherry Pie. It was a minimally refined Distillate Cart. from Jackpot sea weed, they list terpenes and cannabinoids on the back.
Can you suggest any outdoor/greenhouse genetics for Toronto Canada.
We have up and down weather, sometimes we get a lucky season.
Other years so so or crappy.
Help a bro out 🙂
Cannabis Fabric Pots
Hi Shane, we have seen connecting with local grower association and locals for this info is best to find what works for others around you. For me personally I have confidence in healthy plants, finding and eliminating the unhealthy plants early in the year will help I use a Refractometer or a Brix meter used in beer brewing and wine grape growing to measure sugar levels. plants with brix levels below 5 should be watched closely or removed, plants over 5 brix can be worked on an improved to be disease and mold resistance plants.
Looking for an old time stinky ass skunk. We have lost all the genetics that has that horribly wonderful smell. I know you had this at one time and a good deal of your library has been confiscated. But if there is someone that knows where I can get some skunk seeds or clones, I’d appreciate it. Thanks, matt
Thank you for sharing such useful information.