The Indica–dominant Hashberry strain contains some genetics from Kashmir, a region of northwest India famous for its hash production. That makes the Hashberry name apt and also indicates the fact that this weed has some notably hash-like characteristics.
When you light up this weed, you’ll notice a resinous aroma, like a good black hash, and then you’ll taste berries and blossom mixed in with the hash notes. The high starts off with a combination of mind and body effects and then moves on to a powerful narcotic hit that may leave you couch-bound for a couple of hours. This weed can help with sleeplessness and poor appetite.
Hashberry seeds produce plants of medium height with stout stems that support a profusion of heavy buds. The buds are dense and coated with sticky white crystals, and leaves are average size and mid-green. THC content is in the 15 to 18 percent range.
Indoors, Hashberry’s growing habits make it ideal for a SOG set up. The plants like heat, but keep an eye out for any signs of leaf mould and adjust humidity accordingly. Indoor yields are 450 to 500 grams per square metre and flowering time is eight to 10 weeks.
Outdoors the plant is quite hardy and can be grown in cooler climes, especially in places with not too much autumn rainfall. Choose a sheltered location with plenty of sunshine for growing. Harvest will come in mid-October and each plant should produce 850 to 1,000 grams.
Hashberry produces a potent crop with good flavour – good enough to satisfy cannabis connoisseurs. Its ease of cultivation means that it’s also a good choice for novice growers.
Indoors or outdoors
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15 - 18%
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450 to 500 gm2 indoors, 850 to 1000g per plant outdoors
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