Blueberry (Dutch Passion)

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A top-shelf strain but not for the novice growers! Anything from over- and underwatering to feeding mistakes to temperature fluctuations can result in hermies.

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80% indica / 20% sativa
THC: 19.5%

Indoor

  • Flowering Time: 65-70 days
  • Yield: 1-3oz per plant
  • Height: 1.5'-3.5'
  • Outdoor

  • Harvest Time: October
  • Yield: High
  • Height: 7'
  • Seed Type: Both Fem And Reg
    Growing:

    Blueberry is infamous for being very finicky and ready to produce hermies at the least provocation. There are a lot of mutant seedlings. It's not a beginner-friendly strain. Avoid over-feeding and over-watering ir. The yields are below average. You can try and grow Blueberry in warmer temperate climates (e.g. Southern Europe) because it is considered an excellent outdoor strain.

    Effect:

    Stony but clear, euphoric, long-lasting. Curing and storing it for a long time make the smoke even better. Many users say that Blueberry is their favorite smoke. A Cannabis Cup winner.

    Flavor:

    When grown right, a good pheno will have a fantastic taste and smell of freshly picked berries.

    Description

    1st prize HTCC 2000
    3th prize HTCC 2001

    Dutch Passion Blueberry is the original, a famously classy and enjoyable cannabis combined with fruity flavours and blue colourations in the leaves and buds. The genetics are 80% Indica/20% Sativa and date back to the 1970’s. Repeat growers of Blueberry often like to germinate a number of seeds to find a special mother plant, she is easy to take cuttings from and you will never get tired of top quality Blueberry bud. Although she yields well under ideal conditions she is grown primarily by those growers looking for that special, relaxing and refined Blueberry high.

    She may not be the easiest variety for the newer grower, and can be a fussy feeder, but she will repay the experienced grower with harvests of perhaps one of the best cannabis varieties available. Still a coffeeshop favourite decades after she was introduced.

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