Blueberry Kush

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Blueberry Kush plant

Blueberry Kush is a mostly Indica hybrid with genetics originating from the bushy cannabis plants that grow in the mountainous Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan and northern India. This weed, a cross between Blueberry and Kush strains, is best known for its pronounced fruity flavor.

Blueberry Kush has a strong herbal aroma with fruit and berry tones, and with its recognisably blueberry flavor, the taste lives up to the name. This is a powerful weed with longlasting effects and users can expect the heavy hit and couchlock typical of quality Indica marijuanas. Dispensaries recommend Blueberry Kush for alleviation of stress, pain relief and appetite stimulation.

Blueberry Kush seeds produce a dense plant of short to medium height with a high production of buds. As the plant grows it takes on an increasingly purplish hue, and the buds are also strongly purple with a layer of silver crystals topped by red to orange hairs. THC level can be as high as 20 percent if grown with care.

Grown indoors, it has a flowering time of between six to 10 weeks. In general the longer you leave it to flower, the larger the buds will grow, and yields can be as high as 650 grams per square metre.

Outdoors, the plant has the hardy characteristics of Indica strains so it’s a good choice for open-air cultivation if you’re growing in a more northerly climate. Even so, be sure to plant it in a spot that gets as much sunlight as possible. The plant can have a tendency to ‘run’ so may need careful trimming.

To conclude this Blueberry Kush review, it is a popular strain because of its unique flavor and its potent Indica hit. It’s not the easiest of strains to grow, so Blueberry Kush is probably best left to growers with some experience.

Strain Characteristics:

Indoors is best, outdoors possible
THC Level:
Flowering Time:
6-10 weeks
Plant Type:
Late September, Early November
Blueberry x Kush
Up to 650 gm2
Grow Difficulty:
Moderate - Difficult


Blueberry Kush, 3.2 out of 5 based on 26 ratings
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4 comments on Blueberry Kush
  1. ron

    first time grower, thanks for the info. inherited BK from a friend. How do you know what 2 weeks b4 harvest looks like in order to flush? I’m in Oregon where it is legal. the girls are about 7 ft tall and are turning purple, flowers have white hair and are the size of my thumb. I understand about the tricomes but still waiting for a jewelers loupe since the pocket microscope I bought is pretty much worthless, only good on flat surfaces. I’m glad I found out that BK is not for novices after they were 6 feet tall! thanks again. old man Ron

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  2. Mosty Toasty

    This is my first grow and unfortunately I haven’t gotten to be part of anyone else’s before but I have had fantastic advice and have read everything I can. I'm licensed medicinally where I live, and the clone store I went to was out of clones but since I drove there 60 miles he offered me a single choice of two clones, both obviously several days premature. I bought both; one is G99 and the other this Blueberry Kush. My then-circumstances didn't leave me any options for driving around town looking for a better set, and they were 100% healthy in all other ways.

    The BK clone was extremely hard to start and I was 2 days away from killing it when it took off, thanks to 3 x daily mistings and a humidity cover. I trimmed the top 2" off the G99 at 14" to make it bushier and let the BK, at 9", catch up, which she did in 6 days.

    They will both hit 15" today or tomorrow and then I'm starting flowering; I have limited growing heigthth in my tent. The BK has large, dark green leaves with purple overtones and the trunk is a healthy green. Her root base is shallower than the G99's, though, due to the time delay in their starts of growth. The high-drainage soil medium seems to help.

    Hopefully nothing seriously bad happens moving forward. Fortunately there are the internets and bing or google for finding answers to almost everything. Plus, I keep the Indoor Gardening book in the bathroom for daily reference.

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