|PLANT TYPE||80% Indica 20% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 16%|
|CBD||< 1% CBD|
|CLIMATE||Indoors and sunny climate|
|YIELDS||18 to 25 oz per 3x3ft|
The Blueberry strain is definitely a good example to begin with since it is one we understand a whole lot about. I have come across it growing in many different gardens around a number of patients homes and plenty of different systems, and DJ Short bred. It actually was originally from Oregon and some European genetics combination. It’s really a most evident breeding strain. It really has been utilized to mix a variety of other strains. It’s mainly indica dominant by 75/25 indica/sativa. It is extremely easy to grow. It is especially mold resistant. It’s really a excellent strain. It can be a consistent yielder, a wonderful newbie plant.
There’s a lot more out there with higher THC, but that cannabinoid profile has always helped my pain. I smoked it in several states, many countries, and it’s really always the very same. It’s much like the Coca Cola of weed. It’s really super easy to grow, so many beginners grow it and in a lot of industrial operations, it happens to be used just as well. So, when Americans consider BC Bud, 90% seem to think that blueberry is the strain to have.
Blueberry is often a short to medium plant. It is extremely bushy and the leaf to calyx ratio is high, so that indicates there is a lot of leaf to it,but even so the leaf is extremely resinous, and is good for making hash and such things as well. It’s also very atypically dominant therefore it doesn’t allow it to get real big.
Blueberry indoors is often a medium yielder; greenhouse, it’s a really low yielder; outdoors, it would be a super low yielder. Blueberry was bred for indoors grows. It’s precisely what it was originally bred for, for the time frame that it takes to harvest indoors. During this process many people have discovered it could also grow in a greenhouse. You simply need to watch the mold. Then you discover that there are strains in existence which will yield a great deal more and require less space, are a lot better producer for a greenhouse, or outdoor situations. That is why I hardly ever have encountered blueberry growing outdoors.
The flowering period for blueberries ranges, depending on whether it’s a genuine F1 hybrid or if it’s one a persons bred. Whether it’s a real F1 hybrid or not, it’s about 63 days. If it’s been bred, it climbs up to 75 days. It all depends on what you get.
While pure blueberry is not grown outdoors, it’s about 50% to 60% of the indoor strains going around in California now.