The Blueberry strain is a highly renowned Indica-dominant hybrid cannabis variety that has gained a legendary reputation over time. Its buds exhibit vibrant colors and are covered in sparkling crystal trichomes. It has received numerous accolades, including the prestigious title of Best Indica Strain at the 2000 Cannabis Cup organized by High Times.
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2-5 additional $25ea
6-11 additional $20ea
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The Blueberry strain can thrive naturally in outdoor environments, especially in New England states, Maine and Mass and New Hampshire, but it may present some unique challenges for new growers aiming to achieve maximum yields. However, if high yields are not a primary concern, beginners can easily cultivate this strain with minimal effort.
The flowering period for Blueberry strain seeds is around 8 to 10 weeks, with a harvest time typically falling in mid-October. Outdoor cultivation can yield up to 25 ounces per plant, while indoor cultivation can produce up to 18 ounces per plant.
Blueberry plants require ample space to flourish, as they can reach heights of over 100cm when grown outdoors. Additionally, they exhibit resistance to pests and diseases, which can be advantageous for growers.
Here are some techniques that can help ensure your Blueberry plants reach their full potential:
- Climate: While Blueberry marijuana thrives in sunny and warm climates, it can also tolerate colder nighttime temperatures. Optimal yields can be achieved by cultivating the plants outdoors.
- Nutrients: Blueberry cannabis strains have high nitrogen requirements. Preparing the soil in advance and using a high-quality fertilizer will provide the necessary nutrients for the plants when transitioning from the greenhouse to outdoor cultivation.
- Pruning: Careful pruning, shaping the plant into a bush-like structure, can increase bud production and create more space. Topping the plants and selectively pruning the inner parts enhance airflow and prevent mildew infestation.
- SOG or SCROG: Blueberry strain is suitable for both Sea of Green (SOG) and Screen of Green (SCROG) methods when grown indoors. With a well-established hydroponic setup, indoor plants can achieve maximum yields, ranging from 50cm to 100cm in height.