Blueberry is a strong indica, giving out a fruity blueberry fragrance, leaving you with a sweet aftertaste after you have smoked. A very unique looking strain with bright green leaves and orange hairs that stand out, also has hidden undertones off purple.
This strain is a cross between Afghani and two sativa strains Thai & Purple Thai. It came on the scene around the 1970s and is originated from Netherlands. This is a strain that is 80% indica and 20% sativa. Blueberry has won a cannabis cup back in 2000, and since then it has been a must try for stoners around the world.
Blueberry has a strong THC level, it floats around the 20% mark and still comes with strong body high. It is a long lasting strain, if consumed correctly the high can last up too 3-4 hours. Too much off this strain can leave you with dry mouth and eyes, which is usual for most indica dominant strains, just make sure you have a drink at hand. It can also cause paranoia if you have consumed too much off it. Be prepared for a long lasting body high, this is a high that will make you feel relaxed and is most popular for letting out stress.
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Blueberry is high maintenance when it comes to feeding, she can be quite picky, giving your plants too much nutrients can be over feeding and stun your plants leaving them burnt which can potentially ruin your end product and yield. You should be getting your blueberry plants to around 50-100cm, this is more because off it being such a dominant indica it has such a short stature. Give your blueberry plants around 8-9 weeks off flowering before you harvest them.
Blueberry is a plant that is also not the happiest to be sprouted, many recommend getting clones if wanting to grow this fruity plant, if clones aren’t a option for you, try germinating them with the paper towel method.
Blueberry leans more towards the easier strains to grow, i would advise topping your plants as they have such a short structure. You should see a flowering time off around 7-9 weeks,
Keep your blueberry plants between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Blueberry is one off the few that can handle temperatures going over the top and still not affect the end result. Expect around 18oz/ m2 for an indoor grow.
Growing blueberry outside is best to harvest around early October, you should see a yield off up too 25 ounces per plant if grown correctly in a warm climate, make sure it is water and fed properly and don’t allow it to dry it, if you find that your blueberry plants are taking longer dry up after feeding/watering then space out giving it to them until it gets to at least once every three days during flowering.