Barneys Farm Crimea Blue is quite easy to cultivate. This hybrid is mostly indica, that’s why her cannabis seedscope fine with mild stress and are resistant to mould and mushroom. They produce healthy seedlings which can be put under a 12/12 cycle as soon as they have their first couple leaves. This cannabis variety took over the fast growing abilities of the Ukrainian Hash’s genotype; her 8 flowering weeks are surprisingly short even for an indica.
Cannabis seeds of Crimea Blue grow like any other indica dominated strains and can bring a variety into everyone’s cannabis garden. The plants are quite short (maximum 80 cm) with a well pronounced indica look. They are dense and stout with red, purple and finally blue hues that usually cure to lavender blue. The finished product has a very fruity aroma and taste of blueberry. It produces a notable and pleasantly euphoric high of the highest quality and is very long-lasting. This variety is very popular between cannabis growers for her compact size which make her perfect for space restricted settings. And, of course, for being an incredible yielder – she produces up to 500 gr. of good quality marijuana. Crimea Blue is not fussy where to grow and performs well inside and outside, as an individual plant or a member of a green group. Harvest in outdoor gardens start in September.
Marijuana produced by Crimea Blue has 16+% of THC and even higher CBD counts and, therefore, her high is very prolonged psychoactive and make a perfect weekend treat. The final product has a long shelf life and let you enjoy Crimea Blue’s lemon and pine smell and taste for months and months.
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