Rainbow Strain

Pack Size

3×3, 3×6

Rainbow Seeds

What is the Rainbow Mix Pack?

The Rainbow Mix Pack is a new strain of cannabis seed. These cannabis seeds have distinct characteristics inherited from the parent strains. This mix pack also includes strains that are easy to grow and provide bountiful harvests. Rainbow Runtz, RS11, and Rainbow Belts are among the strain seeds contained in the Rainbow Mix Pack. Furthermore, the Rainbow Mix Pack provides variety and value, with three distinct strains and two different sizes, three seeds for each strain (9 total) and six cannabis seeds for each strain (18 seeds total).

Why should I the Rainbow Mix Pack?

To get a plentiful crop from your Rainbow Mix Pack, you’ll require these cannabis seeds with the best genetics. This cannabis seed mix pack includes three different strains for $149 for 3×3 seeds ($16.50 per seed) or $249 for 3×6 seeds ($13.83 for each seed). However, you cannot equate these costs to single seed packets, which are around the same price but contain fewer single-strain seeds.

What strains are included in the Rainbow Mix Pack?


RS11 crosses Gelato, Rainbow Sherbert, Zkittlez, and OG Kush. When cultivating RS11 seeds, the blooming period should last eight to 10 weeks. These cannabis seeds may be grown inside or outdoors, with the outdoor harvest season beginning mid-October. Consider growing RS11 seeds in warm, semi-humid temperatures, and trim them frequently for the best results. Experienced growers that want a high-yield harvest after harvest should grow their plants indoors. Growing RS11 cannabis indoors entails growing the seeds in a controlled environment where you can manage temperature, humidity, and light. It would be beneficial to have a steady temperature of 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit, humidity levels of 40-60%, and a well-ventilated room.

Additionally, you must offer the seedlings light, water, and nutrients. These strain seeds also require a quality soil mix and sufficient light (ideally from LED grow lights) to guarantee optimum growth. For indoor gardening, you must also check for pests and illnesses. If at all feasible, cultivating these cannabis seeds outdoors is advised. They do well in a warm, somewhat humid environment, but other than that, they are easy to grow.

Rainbow Runtz

Rainbow Runtz seeds, often called “Rainbow Runts,” are an Indica-dominant hybrid strain that resulted from the cross of Zkittlez and Do-Si-Dos. Rainbow Runtz seeds are appropriate for all gardeners, whether rookie or experienced. This cannabis plant is tough and self-sufficient. The only duties necessary are pruning and trimming, which are simple for novices. Although keeping the Rainbow Runtz indoors is preferable, growers may also plant it outside. Rainbow Runtz has a short flowering time of about nine weeks, so that you may get nice buds early. Rainbow Runtz seeds are normally available to harvest outside around October. You may get about 16 oz of fresh buds per square foot inside. Expect to gather up to 22 ounces per plant if you grow it outside.

Furthermore, you should consider the hydroponic system since it boosts productivity while keeping seedlings healthy. You may also keep using the soil medium. Rainbow Runtz prefers warm, sunny conditions, although colder areas can provide good crops all summer. Furthermore, growing cannabis plants in pots allow them to shift during large temperature drops readily.

Rainbow Belts

Rainbow Belts, commonly known as Rainbow Belt, is an Indica-leaning cannabis hybrid formed by crossing Moonbow and Zkittlez. Rainbow Belts have been one of the most popular strains during the last decade. Rainbow Belts seeds will develop into a compact, rather short plants around 100-180cm tall, owing to their Indica heritage. They flourish indoors and outdoors as long as the weather is warm and dry, and with a flowering time of only 7-8 weeks, you won’t have to wait long for your harvests. Rainbow Belts seeds may be grown both indoors and outdoors. Rainbow Belts is a robust hybrid with an excellent combination of Sativa and, to a lesser extent, Indica features. This strain is relatively simple to cultivate, especially if grown indoors.

If you’re cultivating cannabis indoors in a controlled setting, your Rainbow Belts cannabis seeds will flourish at temperatures around 80 degrees Fahrenheit and relative humidity levels around 50 percent. Rainbow Belts seeds thrive in warm, sunny environments. Also, keep a watch out for pests and bad weather. Place your pots in the sun for the best results. Outdoors, Rainbow Belts prefers warm, dry areas and will be ready to harvest in October.

Can I grow multiple cannabis strains at the same time?

Many cannabis producers enjoy having many diverse cannabis strains in their growing area at the same time. The multi-strain approach ensures that the farmer gets a varied choice of buds to enjoy when harvest time comes. Growing several Feminized seeds simultaneously may be a fantastic opportunity for experienced cannabis cultivators.

Training techniques to help you grow the Rainbow Mix Pack

Growers profit from various cannabis training methods since they make labor more accessible while assuring an appropriate harvest. Some popular options for your Rainbow Mix Pack seed include:


Supercropping is more difficult to learn, but if you want to cultivate Sativas, it’s a useful technique to understand. The secret to supercropping is selecting still green stems rather than ones made primarily of wood. Then, grip the stem firmly and wiggle it between your fingers to free the interior tissue. Bend the stem once the interior has been sufficiently damaged to make it bendable. The primary concept here is to create a flat, rectangular form. Supercropping is an excellent method for reducing plant height and promoting consistent growth. Instead of having one or two stems that merely shoot ahead of the others. Even though supercropping aims to bend the stem without injuring the plant’s outer skin, don’t be alarmed if you deliver a cut. Leave it secured with duct tape. Your plant will most likely heal itself neatly.


Defoliation is another “handle with caution” method. The basic concept is straightforward: remove the fan leaves to maximize light exposure for the emerging buds. The goal is to do this at the right moment and to the proper extent. You only defoliate immediately before the blossoming stage. And once or twice during the flowering stretch phase, the plant grows at its fastest. During this time, you remove the fan leaves preventing the buds from obtaining the full advantage of the grow lights. You then leave it till harvest season. Only remove extra fan leaves before harvest if there is a strong need. The fan leaves can be removed before harvest as part of the trimming procedure.

Low-stress training

LST is the next level of cannabis plant training, and it’s well worth understanding because it may significantly enhance your production. It’s the same concept as the prior strategy. But this time, instead of just bending the main stem, you bend all of the plant’s branches away from the center as it grows. As a result, instead of transforming into a Christmas tree, it takes on a more rectangular shape. This allows the grow lights to reach all sections of the plant much more easily. It also reduces your chances of getting mold.

Other things to consider when growing the Rainbow Mix Pack

Environmental factors are crucial for healthy plant development in cannabis cultivation, whether inside or outdoors. Growers can control elements like temperature and humidity, a big advantage of growing cannabis indoors. Consequently, you can avoid some risks associated with outside production, such as adverse weather. Growing cannabis outside is good since it saves money and enables you to rely on the sun’s power. Conversely, extreme heat is the adversary of optimal outdoor plant development, causing heat stress and curling the leaf margins and tips. While water scarcity is obvious, you can sometimes locate the problem closer to home through your growth media.

Additionally, spider mites are frequent pests that eat your plant’s chlorophyll reserves, leaving little white or yellow areas on the leaves. Aphids and fungus gnats will adhere to your plant and suck out the juices.

All seeds in the Rainbow Mix Pack are HpLVD free

HpLVD-free seeds are included in the Rainbow Mix Pack. HpLVd does not cause plant injury or apparent signs of infection (such as twisted or yellowing leaves), but it does create subtle symptoms known as “dudding.” During the vegetative stage, HpLVd-infected crops have a shorter height, fewer leaves, and a tighter spacing between nodes. On average, blooming plants infected with HpLVd develop fewer, smaller, and looser buds. Cannabis plants infected with HpLVd can be half as effective as healthy plants, with a 30% decrease in overall output.

In addition, because HpLVd is most commonly spread through contaminated tools and equipment, gardeners should always disinfect their instruments before working on a new plant. HpLVd can be transferred during the cloning stage if cuttings are taken from an infected mother. Because HpLVd symptoms are not always obvious during the vegetative stage, identifying virus-infected mother plants may be difficult. This is particularly true if the infection develops later in the plant when the disease is less visible.

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