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Lineage: Bluberry Thai x Grateful Breath F2
Flowering Time: 65+ Days
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Coupled with the sweet taste of fresh blueberries, our Blueberry auto-flowering is an almost pure indica, with an 80/20 split (10% Sativa, 10% Ruderalis). Mid-range on the THC scale (it tops out at 16%), you can expect that characteristic relaxation with a long-lasting lightness that can help combat stress and pain.
Considered legendary after snagging top honors at the 2000 High Time’s Cannabis Cup, Blueberry auto-flowering marijuana seeds can trace their lineage back to the late 1970s, when American breeders were working with exotic landrace strains.
A moniker like “Blueberry” may suggest something dainty, but we guarantee there’s nothing demure about this fruit-flavored cannabis strain.
With colorful flowers and delicious aroma, Blueberry auto-flowering marijuana is decidedly fun to cultivate, and our auto-flowering, feminized version is great for beginners. Your pretty plants will be ready to help soothe your aches and pains or help you drift into a deep sleep after about 50-60 days of flowering.
Everyone loves Blueberry Autoflowering marijuana seeds. Taste aside, this strain is an awesome pick for people seeking relaxation and a bit of euphoria, combined with a moderate amount of CBD.
If you like your strains juicy and sweet, try Blueberry auto-flowering marijuana seeds today!
Plant blueberry bushes as early in the spring as possible. It is easiest to plant blueberry plants that are already 1 to 3 years old. Plant them in a sunny spot, although blueberries will tolerate some shade. Soil pH should be between 4 and 5, as blueberries thrive in acidic soil. Their root system is shallow, so be sure to plant in soil that holds moisture but also drains well. Plant the bushes in hols 20 inches deep and 18 inches wide. Set the bushes 5 feet apart in rows, and set the rows 8 feet apart. Prior to planting, prepare a mixture of two parts loam and one part peat moss, oak leaf mold, compost or aged sawdust to coat the bottom of the hole. When planting the bush, make sure its roots are spread out in the hole and then pack the hole tightly with soil. Blueberry bushes also can grow well in containers.
Apply fertilizer for the first time one month after planting, using 1/2 ounce of a 10-10-10 fertilizer applied about 6 inches from the crown of the plant.
Some of the most common pests affecting blueberries include mites, flea beetles and Japanese beetles.