Barneys Blue Cheese Feminized Marijuana Seeds
|Type:||Mostly Indica||Height Indoors:||Short|
|Origin:||Big Buddha Cheese x Blueberry||Height Outdoors:||Short|
|Breeder:||Barneys Farm||Flowering period:||8-10 Weeks|
|Auto flowering seeds available:||Yes||Harvest outdoor:||Late September|
|Feminized seeds available:||Yes||THC Level:||High 18%|
|Grow Indoors:||Yes||Stoned or High:||Stoned|
|Grow Outdoors:||Yes||Grow Difficulty:||Easy|
|Yield:||Medium 500gm (17.6oz) per M2||Awards won:||High Times Cup 2006 (3rd), IC420 Cup 2006 (3rd)|
Barneys Blue Cheese Feminized cannabis seeds are a famously successful cross between Big Buddha Cheese and Blueberry, resulting in a cannabis strain with a strong and distinctive taste and odour; Cheesy Skunk with a hint of fruit. Be aware of the odour, you will need to control it if discretion is important to you.
The stature of Barneys Blue Cheese Feminized weed is typically Indica; short and stocky with a heavy, compact central kola. The side branches are also productive and become filled with thick, resinous buds. This makes Barneys Blue Cheese weed an ideal candidate for yield improvement techniques such as SOG and SCROG.
Barneys Blue Cheese marijuana is a heavy Indica smoke, best enjoyed either laying down, or at least in the vicinity of a couch. It is an easy to grow plant that is very popular and ideal for those who like their weed smelly and strong.
Why buy Barneys Blue Cheese Feminized seeds here?
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