Looking for a sweet and tasty automatic strain? Then give our Blueberry Autoflowering a go. It is the mix of Blueberry x Ruderalis and has a flavor that has connoisseurs constantly coming back for more. Only taking 8-9 weeks to go from germination to harvest, she grows seriously quick.
|Genetics||70% indica - 20% sativa - 10% ruderalis|
|Parents||Blueberry x ruderalis|
|Flowering period||8-9 weeks from seed to harvest|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Zativo Seeds|
Blueberry Autoflowering is our gift to those who want all of the flavor of the famous Blueberry strain in an easy to grow, automatic package. These cannabis seeds will grow into a wonder of a plant that will entice and tease with its juicy flavors and its indica dominant body stone.
Over a long and rigorous period, we have bred the Blueberry strain until we had what we though was one of the most exemplary specimen we had ever seen. With this, we started introducing it to ruderalis, the family of cannabis contains the autoflowering trait. With more hard work and labor, we produced a stable strain that still retains all of the favored traits of Blueberry, now with the added benefit of being an automatic.
Blueberry Autoflowering has the signature Blueberry family taste and aroma. It is a sweetness that is cherished the world over and has resulted in the family developing a cult following of connoisseur smokers. The high induced is a potent body stone, it will seep through your very being, relaxing you in every sense of the word. It is a perfect choice for the early evening, when you are just beginning to chill out after a hard day.
Medical users will appreciate the strength of the body stone and the ability it has to relax the unnerved. It excels at treating stress, anxiety, pain, migraines, cramps, arthritis and muscle spasms.
Blueberry Autoflowering grows with a stature quite typical of an indica. It gets up to heights of around 75cm, with very few side branches. As with a lot of autoflowering strains, this particular breed of cannabis focuses its efforts into one massive cola – a real treat to behold. You can expect a yield of around 70g per plant for your time and effort – a very reasonable yield when you consider how long it takes to grow. In terms of time, you can expect a harvest around 8-9 weeks after germination.
This is a great auto flowering strain for those looking for some real quality tastes and a strong, relaxing high. We like to feel with have done the original Blueberry justice with these cannabis seeds, and we reckon you will too.
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