Seeds Co – Blueberry Treacle Autoflowering Feminized Seeds

Seeds Co – Blueberry Treacle Autoflowering Feminized Seeds

Blueberry Treacle from Seeds Co is an autoflowering Blueberry strain that has been created by crossing a Blueberry with Sweet Tooth Automatic.Blueberry Treacle forms into a small plant with average per plant yields. Her small size however allows you to fit quite a few into a small space and M2 yields in SOG set ups can be impressive.Blueberry Treacle will not respond well to topping. Just leave her to grow her own way and provide her with nutes, she will do the rest for you. There’s also no need to change the lighting times. Keep her under 18/6 throughout. This makes Blueberry Treacle a good choice for novice growers who want to get started on their first grow.As you might expect, given the name and the genetic heritage, Blueberry Treacle is a sweet and fruity taste sensation. There’s not too much odor during the grow though, making Blueberry Treacle a good choice for stealth growers too.With THC levels of around 15% Blueberry Treacle packs as much of a punch as photoperiod plants. This is pretty potent weed and despite some enhanced mental activity the main effect is a physical body stone that is best enjoyed from the comfort of your sofa.

Seed Origin
Blueberry X Sweet Tooth Automatic
Seed Breeder
Seeds Co
Auto Flower Seeds Available
Feminized Seeds Available
Grow Indoors
Grow Outdoor
Height Indoors
Height Outdoors
Flowering Period
7 - 8 Weeks from seedling
Harvest Outdoor
THC Level
Stoned or High
Grow Difficulty

2 thoughts on “Seeds Co – Blueberry Treacle Autoflowering Feminized Seeds

  1. This article states blue treacle doesn’t respond well to topping… So I wouldn’t.

  2. Brian says:

    I’m new to this and am growing just one plant of Auto Blue treacle and it’s coming on nicely about 5″ tall and 4 or five levels of leaves. The latest pair of leaves have what looks like the beginnings of flowers – short hairy looking growths and i want to know if i should pinch the tops as this would destroy this flower looking growth. I suspect not but would like a definitive answer.

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