With its considerably high THC content, Blueberry Kush gives its users a relaxing and sedative high.Initially bred in Oregon, USA, Blueberry Kush has become increasingly popular throughout the United States. This is likely due to the award-winning success and popularity of the parent strains. For example, Blueberry won the 2000 High Times Cannabis Cup for Best Indica. OG Kush is a common and versatile strain found in many hybrids.Blueberry Kush has sweet, fruity, earthy, and herb flavors due to the three primary terpenes present in the plant. It also has a pleasant aroma of fresh blueberries that reportedly doesn’t cause coughing.The sticky resin produced by the trichomes causes the white color on the leaves of the Blueberry Kush strain. The buds of the plant can be purple, red, or blue.
Blueberry Kush is a high-maintenance plant, so it may be more challenging to grow than other cannabis strains. This is because of its particular feeding schedule and the sensitivity of the plant to its environment. It is recommended for experienced cultivators who have the time to closely monitor the plant and provide it with nitrogen and CalMag fertilizers.Blueberry Kush can be grown indoors or outdoors, ensuring it gets lots of sunshine and light. If you grow Blueberry Kush indoors, it’s recommended to use a hydroponics setup. This method involves suspending the plant’s roots in a solution of water and nutrients instead of the traditional way of using soil. For picky plants, it allows you to monitor the nutrients you feed them.In terms of yield, when Blueberry Kush is grown indoors, it produces around 7 ounces (198 grams) of bud per square meter. If you grow it outdoors, you can expect a significantly larger yield of up to 23 ounces (652 grams) of bud per square meter.