Blackberry

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Blackberry

Blackberry is a Sativa and Indica hybrid that was created in the Netherlands by crossing Raspberry Cough with Black Domina, both popular strains in their own right. Blackberry seeds get their name name from the fruity odour of the plants and the berry taste of the smoke.

As Blackberry weed begins to mature, you’ll notice that the plants give off a distinct smell of blackberries. When you smoke it you’ll notice berry flavours combined with earthy tones and a hint of fruity fragrance. This weed combines the characteristic effects of Sativa and Indica. The high comes on quickly in a cerebral rush and this is followed soon after by a powerful body stone. This weed is good for combating muscular pain and poor appetite.

Blackberry seeds produce a bushy plant of medium height with mid-green, palmate leaves. The buds are dense and often take on a blue tint as the plants approach harvest time. The THC content ranges from 18 to a potent 24 percent, depending on plant care and growing environment.

Unless you live somewhere with a warm climate, with temperatures reaching at least Mediterranean levels, you better off growing Blackberry marijuana indoors. Its growing habits suit the SOG method and if properly looked after, it can yield between 400 and 500 grams per square metre. Flowering time is nine to 11 weeks.

Experienced smokers and growers choose Blackberry seeds for their ability to turn into marijuana that has high THC levels and consequent potency plus its exotic berry flavor.

Strain Characteristics:

Indoor/Outdoors:
Indoors or outdoors in a warm climate
Height:
Medium
THC Level:
18 - 24%
Flowering Time:
9-11 weeks
Plant Type:
Sativa/Indica (60/40)
Harvest:
Late October to Early November
Genetics:
Raspberry Cough x Black Domina
Yield:
400 to 500 gm2
Grow Difficulty:
Moderate - Easy

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Blackberry, 2.8 out of 5 based on 8 ratings
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