Shiskaberry feminized seeds
Shiskaberry is a feminized cannabis strain with great potential for monstrous yields, with the possibility of yielding 500-600g/m² – 1500-2000g. This super-fast strain need just 7-8 weeks to bring 21% THC-loaded buds brimming with pungent berry aromas and earthy tastes.
- Barney's Farm (Netherlands)
- Complete harmony
- Blueberry x Afghan
- 80 - 120 cm
- 500 - 600 g/m² indoors1500 - 2000 g/plant outdoors
- 49 - 56 days
- 100% Indica
- No official information
Shiskaberry: Made With Yield and Quality in Mind
Shiskaberry is a pure 100% Indica, a cross between Blueberry and Afghan landrace. It finishes fast, in just 7-8 weeks and if given enough root space and vegetation time it will reward the grower with abundant yields that can go up to 1500-2000g/plant.
All Indica lovers are going to welcome this cannabis strain with open arms, it’s a pure Indica in every regard; staying short and compact in size and stature, just 80-120cm, and growing vigorous and strong and finishes fast. Great resistance to pests and disease and the fact that it requires little to no special attention make it a popular choice among beginner growers, rewarding them with 500-600g/m2, but experienced growers can take Shiskaberry to a new level and be rewarded with massive 2kg/plant yields of high quality buds. It has very nice side branching and will grow into a large bush that fills up with dense and hard buds.
- Recommended nutrients: BioBuzz, Advanced Nutrients, Plant Magic, Growth Technology.
- Recommended techniques: LST will increase number of bud sites to increase bud production.
- Pot size: 10-15L will give this plant plenty of space to produce maximum yields.
- Resistance: high resistance to molds.
- Usually testing at ~20% THC and 1-2% CBD.
Berry Flavored Afghan
The effects are what’s to be expected from a pure Indica strain: a strong, long-lasting body buzz, leaving you relaxed and calm afterwards. The aromas are strong and pungent with a focus on berries and the flavors are strong, earthy and spicy with hints of berries.
- Heath Hamby
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