Blueberry Headband feminised was originally bred from our F3 Emerald Headband male crossed with DJ Short’s original Blueberry. It continued to be worked on and developed to produce this stable F2 plant with improved yield, greater resistance to pests and climatic conditions and refined flavour profile.
Indoors the flowering period is around 8 weeks with a short vegetative period due to its rapid vertical growth. Typical yields fall within the range of 350 - 500 gr/m2. Outdoors it is ready in either the last week of September or the first week of October in northern latitudes. It can easily reach a height of 3 meters when grown outdoors planted directly into the ground or in very large pots with super-impressive yields of between 1 and 4 kilos per plant dried weight. Harvest will be during October in the northern hemisphere.
In terms of flavour its OG and Sour Diesel genetics are in evidence but complemented by pronounced aniseed and spicy notes. THC levels are high to very high being 19% - 23% and with low CBD of 0.1%. It has an uplifting, active, euphoric effect making light work of daytime physical tasks but it is also effective for pain relief as it transforms into a nice body high.
|Genetics||Emerald Headband x Blueberry|
|Variety||Indica / Sativa|
|THC Content||19% - 23%|
|Yield||Indoors: 375 - 500 gr/m2; Outdoors: 1 - 4 kg/plant|
|Plant Height||Outdoors 3 - 4 meters|
|Grows||Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors|
|Flowering Time||63 - 68 days|
|Harvest Month||Early/mid October|
|Taste / Flavour||Spicy / Herbal|
|Effect||Body, Cerebral, Long-lasting, Powerful, Relaxing|
Customer Reviews (2)
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Let it go the full 2 months - the plant that was cut a week later as a much better high, and berry smell/flavor. The previous review was supposed to say "then developed a bit of berry to mellow out the kushiness" - not "mushiness" (over active auto-correct).
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It smelled like straight OG Kush while growing, then developed a bit of berry to mellow out the mushiness, but both plants had a predominately kushy flavor. Genetics look to be stable as the two plants looked like mirror images. These plants will get huge if you let them veg long enough. I was bending branches constantly to keep it under the light. It produced huge nugs that I ended up having to stake and support - otherwise they were leaning on all their neighbors.
The high is both cerebral and body - euphoric and relaxing. Great job Humboldt!
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About Humboldt Seeds
The Humboldt Seeds Organization is a collective of growers and breeders who are based in the Emerald Triangle. They help share California cannabis genetics with the rest of the world though operations based in Spain.
The Humboldt Seeds Organisation are focused on organic and environmentally sustainable cultivation. A community-based philosophy underpins the organization, meaning they attempt to buy locally, give back to the community, and engage in sustainable economic choices. In fact, their own website states that this very California ethical model is part of what they want to share with the world.
Strong hybrids thrive in Northern California, the original locale where indicas took root in America. Humboldt Seed Organization is the home of some West Coast darlings including Blue Dream, Trainwreck, and Chemdawg to name just a few. Humboldt Seed Organization’s Blue Dream is a beautiful example of the marriage between a creative sativa head-high, and the smooth body relaxation of an indica. This experience is the quintessential California smoke.
This established network of breeders and experts is driven not only by deep passion for the work, but also by a unique regional culture of marijuana breeding that stretches back forty years. Their focus on sustainable and ethical practices adds something interesting to their roster of distinctive strains.
The relationship between breeders and seed banks forms an important foundation within the cannabis world. Conscious creations of new strains, the maintenance of existing strain genetics, and the professional storage and distribution of a wide variety of seeds helps to maintain important genetic stock in case catastrophe strikes. Crop infections and infestation, natural disasters, widespread war or famine—all of these factors can result in a need for safe seed reserves. This is why it is so important that breeders create high quality genetic stock, and that seed banks are able to curate diverse collections of seeds, which is exactly what Humboldt Seeds Organization hope they have accomplished.