Crimea Blue feminized seeds
Crimea Blue is an Indica-dominant hybrid which came about as a cross between Blueberry and a Crimean Hash Plant to yield fantastic hybrid which has the best of each parent. With yields of up to 600 g/m² after only 60 days in flower, you’ll love Crimean Blue regardless of skill level or experience!
- Barney's Farm
- Destination: Psychoactive High
- Turkman x Blueberry
- Cannabis Cup Indica 2007
- 70 - 80 cm
- 600 g/m²
- 55 - 60 days
- late September
- 20% Sativa / 80% Indica
- 18 %
- 0.6 %
A Fantastic Indica-dominant Hybrid
Crimea Blue is a feminized, photoperiod cannabis strain brought to you by Barney’s Farm as a cross between Blueberry – one of the most famous and high-performing cannabis strains of all time – with a Crimean Hash Plant to yield a high-performance Indica-dominant hybrid with excellent yields in rapid times!
Crimea Blue: You Just Can’t Go Wrong!
Growing this strain is a very easy task so no experience is required. If you’re looking to grow an Indica-dominant hybrid indoors, the best way to do with Crimea Blue is using the sea of green (SOG) grow style allowing you to maximize yield per square meter. Indoor yields for this strain are 550 – 650 g/m2 while outdoor growers can expect to reel in as much as 600 g/plant! Her flowering period is 55 – 60 days indoors and finishes in September outdoors. Here is some further information to help you grow this strain:
- Medium height – Crimea Blue reaches a final height of 80 cm.
- Max EC of water – 1.6 in veg, up to 2.0 in flower.
- Water pH; 5.8 – 6.0
- Recommended lighting: Veg: 300 W CFL, Flower: 600 W HPS
- Recommended nutrients: Nectar for the Gods range
Crimea Blue has a very positive effect, one that make you giggly and laugh uncontrollably especially when in a social setting or relaxing with some friends. Her pleasant effect makes her excellent for recreational users and those looking to minimize the effects of chronic pain or long-term ailments such as depression.
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