Yields are above average, and the effect is powerful, euphoric and long lasting despite being a mostly Indica variety . During the 90's DJ Short travelled to Europe and worked with several seedbanks. Around 1993 he started working with the Sagarmatha Seed Company, and by 1995 he was supplying this seedbank with seeds for sale and breeding projects.
Sagarmatha seedbank still sells seeds from the Blue line, like Blueberry Bud or Flow.However, the relationship did not last much and DJ Short started working with another seedbank, Dutch Passion. Today, Dutch Passion still has strains from the Blue family in its catalog, such as the renowned Blueberry, Blue Moonshine, Original Flo or the automatic version of Blueberry, AutoBlueberry. They also have a very interesting strain called Skywalker , a hybrid between Mazar and Blueberry. There are plenty of seedbanks offering cannabis seeds with Blueberry genes, such as the Blue Fruit from Dinafem, Bluehell from Medical Seeds or Kannabia's Original Berry. The Blue Satellite #2.2 and the Sweet Blue, both from Spice of Life, have also Blueberry genes, as happens with the Blue Cheese from Big Buddha Seeds, Dinafem's Blue Widow, the Missing from Eva Seeds, White Berry from Paradise Seeds, Blue Rhino from Positronics, the exquisite Kalijah from Reggae Seeds and many, many more. The members of the Blue family have a common trait; few phenotypes show some genetic defects , something inherited from the Thai parents (leafs curling down, etc). Be advised, if you see some of these plants in your grow do not remove them, they'll reward you with top grade cannabis buds ! If you are looking for fruity and sweet flavours different from the sweet Skunks , you should give the Blue family a try. Blueberry weed has a long and distinguished heritage dating back to the late 1970s when it was first created in the Netherlands.
In 2000, it won first place in the High Times Cannabis Cup overall rankings as well as first in the Indica section, going on to take third place in the overall 2001 Cup. This strain is a hybrid of Thai and Oaxacan plants with 80 percent Indica and 20 percent Sativa. As soon as you take a puff on this weed you’ll understand its name. Strong fruity flavors predominate with blueberry tones to the forefront, while the aroma combines fruit and skunk notes. The intense, euphoric stone can last as long as four hours. Medical dispensaries prescribe the Blueberry strain for muscular pain relief, stress and nausea. The plants grow to about one metre and display a thick, bushy shape. The large calyxes have tight buds which are dusted with a white coating of crystals when mature. The plant starts out with a reddish hue which changes to purple as it grows. This is a potent weed with a THC content of around 20 percent. Blueberry seeds are definitely best used for indoor growth, although, you may have some success outdoors if you live somewhere with a subtropical or tropical climate. Indoors, the plant responds well to both the SCROG and SOG methods with hydroponics and skilled growers can expect yields of up to 500 grams per square metre. This old-school plant is a good choice for the skilled cultivator who will be rewarded with the highly potent Blueberry weed and its delightful taste. STATE OF THE STATE: Washington State Marijuana Policy. Always pushing the boundaries of progressive social experimentation, Washington State was one of the first two states to decriminalize marijuana for both medical and recreational possession and use. Washington State’s Initiative 502 (I-502), decriminalized recreational marijuana, was voted into law in November 2012. Originally, recreational and medical marijuana were regulated by separate agencies but since 2016 regulation of both medical and recreational marijuana are regulated jointly by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. To legally possess and use marijuana in Washington State you must be 21 years of age or older. Users may possess: • One ounce of usable marijuana • Marijuana-related paraphernalia • 16 ounces of solid marijuana-infused product • 72 ounces of liquid marijuana-infused product. Washington State residents may not grow marijuana plants in their homes because Washington State law requires police to have 24 hour a day access to a growing facility without a warrant. However there is an exception for medical marijuana in which case cultivation of plants is limited to medical use: • Growers must be 21 or older • Up to four plants can be grown without registration • Cooperative gardens are allowed • Registration is recommended but not required. Registered medical marijuana users can purchase cannabis at any retail cannabis outlet holding a medical marijuana authorization. Registered medical marijuana users can purchase any combination of the following: • Forty eight (48) ounces of marijuana-infused products in solid form • Three (3) ounces of usable cannabis • Two hundred sixteen (216) ounces of cannabis-infused products in liquid form • Twenty one grams of cannabis concentrates.
As a registered medical marijuana patient, you will also be authorized to grow and possess in your home: • Up to six (6) plants for personal medical use • Up to eight (8) ounces of usable cannabis produced from said plants.
Washington State has approved medical marijuana for a wide variety of conditions including: • Cancer, • Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), • Multiple sclerosis, • Epilepsy or other seizure disorder, or spasticity disorders. • Intractable pain, • Glaucoma, • Crohn’s disease, • Hepatitis C, • Diseases, including anorexia, which result in nausea, vomiting, wasting, appetite loss, cramping, seizures, muscle spasms, or spasticity, when these symptoms are unrelieved by standard treatments or medications. In general legalizing marijuana use has been a good thing for the Evergreen State.