Blackberry Kush Marijuana Seeds Growing Review.
Blackberry Kush marijuana seeds were created in California for both recreational and medicinal users alike. A blend of 80% Indica, 20% Sativa genes, originally created from an Afghani Indica and Blackberry hybrid. The feminized seeds produce pure-female plants, which, with a little care and knowledge, can produce high-quality buds and generous yields.
The strain is quite temperamental, requiring a warm, sunny climate with temperatures between 68 – 80 degrees Fahrenheit and low humidity levels. Given these conditions, the plants can produce up to 17-ounces of buds, with harvests around mid-October. Susceptible to both spider-mites and fungus attacks, many growers prefer to grow indoors, within a more controlled environment.
Cultivated indoors, Blackberry Kush marijuana plants require a few weeks in vegetative growth to develop, prior to flowering. It responds well to many advanced growing techniques, such as bending, topping and pruning. Reduce your lights to a standard 12/12, on-off cycle to induce flowering. Maturity requires approximately 8-weeks, generating up to 14-ounces of buds per-plant.
With its 80% Indica-dominance, the plants are squat and bushy with thick, strong stems and branches. Large fan-leaves can reduce light-penetration. Prune the plant to create a thick, even canopy, enhancing the light to the lower buds. Remove weak, lower branches to increase air-flow, improving upper-bud development.