How to grow Blueberry Kush Seeds pot plants?
Growing and nursing Blueberry Kush Seeds calls for the cultivator to have a specific level of experience and hence the strain is not suggested for neophytes. You’ll have to accord a good level of care so that you’ve plants with characteristic dense canopies and stout branches laden with the resinous, sticky trichomes.
Indoor growing vs. outdoor growing
Growing Blueberry Kush indoors is more suitable as you will be in a position to manage the grow techniques. The flowering time varies from 8-10 weeks and you can anticipate the buds to grow larger if you delay the harvesting process, picking up to 200g (7oz) of buds from per sq meter.
Outdoors the plant flourishes in a northern clime that stays warm and sunny for the better part of the year. Harvesting time outdoors starts from late September and continues late into October. Expect to reap about 650g of buds (23oz) per plant.
Though the strain is hardy by nature which means it is extremely resistant to plants pests and molds, you’ll have to provide the plants with sufficient nutrients from time to time. Watering should be moderate in the growing stages but increase the frequency 2-3 weeks before harvesting.
Since the plant is prone to developing a broad canopy and large stems, make sure you resort to trimming frequently to prevent it from getting unwieldy.
Blueberry Kush provides you a robust high, thanks to its high THC content, which helps in melting away your worries. It is one strain that is perfect for smoking at night calming you physically and mentally, and putting you to deep slumber.
- Dry eyes
- Dry mouth
- Chronic pain
- Gastrointestinal disorder
- Loss of appetite
- Bipolar disorder
Taste & Aroma
Blueberry Kush is acutely sweet both in terms of aromas and flavors. As you draw on the vapors, the entire surroundings will start to smell like blueberries tinged with earthy kush, fresh fruits, lemon, and woody.