Barney’s Farm – Blue Mammoth Feminized Seeds

Barney’s Farm – Blue Mammoth Feminized Seeds
Blue Mammoth cannabis is an autoflowering strain from . By crossing some ruderalis genetics with classic Skunk #1 and Blue Cheese, have managed to squeeze all of that goodness into a compact and fast finishing auto.Blue Mammoth weed seeds produce a short plant, topping out at around 30” (80cm) max. She forms multiple, dense kolas in a canopy of blue/green that would grace any garden as an ornamental plant.Blue Mammoth marijuana is a fairly homogenous strain and, as such, is a great choice of plant for those who are new to cannabis cultivation. She is happy outdoors in most lattitudes and the colder the weather, the bluer she gets.Like all auto varieties, Blue Mammoth is an ideal stealth variety, keeping small and finsihing quickly. She hasn’t lost too much of her taste with the auto crossing and you can expect that dank cheesy skunkiness that we all know and love.When smoked, Blue Mammoth cannabis definitely tends towards the indica and the hit is deep and mellow and long lasting. Blue mammoth is one of the better autoflowering strains and one to add to your wish list.
Seed Origin
Skunk #1 X Blue Cheese X Siberian Ruderalis
Seed Breeder
Barney’s Farm
Auto Flower Seeds Available
Feminized Seeds Available
Grow Indoors
Grow Outdoor
15gm – 20gm per plant
Height Indoors
Height Outdoors
Flowering Period
10 weeks from seedling
Harvest Outdoor
THC Level
10%-12% (High CBD)
Stoned or High
Grow Difficulty

0 thoughts on “Barney’s Farm – Blue Mammoth Feminized Seeds

  1. di says:

    Has anyone had a blue mammoth turn out with white flowers? We only let it get to 7″ before we tossed it. It had a nice cola but it remained white.

    I know, I know…why did we toss it? We are writing for a marijuana bill, we are not doing this to recreate use. We are just trying to work hard getting the laws changed for medical use.

    Usually we only go as far as seeing if we actually get the seeds. We only start seeds that have unusual traits like the Blue Mammoth. It is an issue of quality control.

    We only have a small window to complete this section of the bill so as soon as anyone knows something, please let me know. So man many thanks!

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