Blackberry Auto

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Berry
Taste:
Berry
Room: Indoor | Outdoor
Gender: Feminized
Genes: Mostly Indica
Genetics: Blackberry Kush Autoflowering
Flowering: 8 weeks
Harvest: XL
Height US: up to 45 inches
Height EU: 70-110cm
THC: Very High
CBD: Low
Autoflowering: Yes
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Description

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To all the foodies out there, pay attention! Fast Buds' Blackberry seeds produce plants with a powerful bouquet of flavors, including spicy, sweet, fruity, wild berries, and pine. This autoflower version of the famed Blackberry Kush is an Indica-dominant hybrid with just the slightest hint of sativa features. That's not all, Blackberry is one of Fast Buds' purple strains with an unreal wine dark coloring that lets you know this strain will send you on an odyssey like no other.

Taste & Aroma

Very sweet & buttery with a berry aroma.

Blackberry Review

Blackberry's effects feel just like a stereotypical heavy indica. Expect lots of relaxation, but don't expect to get off the couch. The effects kick off with a buzzing cerebral stimulation followed by a smooth yet rapid period of relaxation. The perfect nighttime strain, the product of these Blackberry seeds will put even the most stubborn night owl feel loose and relaxed as the drift off to sleep.

How It Grows

Being small in size, between 70-110cm (2.2 – 3.6ft), it still can pack a punch! The space between nodes is short and bud sites abound with small branches present on the stem. This build helps the plant support itself once the beautiful black/purple buds start to bloom. Over time resin builds up on the flowers giving the impression of a snowy purple Christmas tree. During flowering, the smell is pure bliss with fruity notes dominating. Don't forget the gloves, those fresh high THC, low CBD trichomes can get sticky.

The rarest quality of this Blackberry strain of marijuana is its ability to produce lilac and emit vibrant red shades in its flowers. You won't find genetics like this for sale in our catalog or anywhere else. Talk about a perfect gift for your date on Valentine’s day, the price for a seed is less than a bouquet of roses too. Although it's suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, our Blackberry strain benefits from the extra hours of light that indoor grow offers. To get the maximum benefits of your plant, provide at least 18 hours of light and 6 hours of darkness daily. With proper care, your super plants will be ready in 8 weeks. The Blackberry yield can be up to 600 g / m2 (1.3 pounds per light). Outdoors is ideal for warm climates that don’t experience much overall change in temperature.

10 to 15 days before harvest, you should notice a very dark violet color complimented with sweet fruity aromas and a hint of earthy nuances.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Hu
4 of 5
@humangetsmeblues,Here we are at day 67 - she smells incredible. Really happy with these genetics!
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Good job, humangetsmeblues! Keep us updated, please!
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Fb
@Fast Buds,What a great mix @Globdup710 has done! :DBlackberry, West Coast OG and Girl Scout Cookies!
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Here you have how a young Blackberry goes rising!
grown by AFN's @TheElvis
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Sl
4 of 5
@Sebastian Lefave,Of all The autoflowers i have grown. this strain always grows larger, and starts flowering well before any of the others. Her smell is insane, sometimes she begins to stink before you even notice she is flowering. Where as most autoflowers aren't very smelly till trichome production begins.
all around amazing, consistent, and smelly strain. my ultimate favorite!
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Thanks Sebastian! Niiiiice to hear this! What about the yield? Cheers!
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Sl
@Sebastian Lefave,this plant has to be the most beautiful plant. it just keeps getting better. My last harvest came at roughly 90 grams per plant! it tested at 24.4% and its marketability is insane because of its, smell, flavor, and potency. i am growing all other seeds i have purchased so i can afford to buy only your blackberry seeds. it really is the most delicious all around strain i have encountered. I wish i had the camera capabilities to capture the beauty of this plant. i truly have seen nothing like it.
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Thanks a lot, Sebastian! So true, Blackberry is very kind to grow... Hope you achieve good performance on your grow!
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Mi
@Mike,How many days are you averaging from germination to harvest ? Plants look amazing, would you mind sharing your feeding schedule on these please ?
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Hi Mike!All our strains last 2 month and a half. GSC and SixShooter can last up to 3 months because are the more yielder ones.About the schedule, we highly suggest a 18/6 cycle from the germination till the end with 1000W/ m2 for up to 16 plants/m2, never transplanting and not topping or training them. And bear in mind they "eat" a lot!The rest is up to you. :)Hope it helps a bit.
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Rb
@Randy Bandy,Thanks for the info! I have 2 at 5 weeks. How long before I switch to bloom nutes?
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Oz
4 of 5
@Ozzy,Hi guys. Need help URGENT!
Today my girls are 76 days old blackberry kush and west coast og.
Blackberry is dying really fast and bud growth is extremely slow. Just added cacti ferteleizer yesterday for buds. Any guidance will be highly appreciated. cheers
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Ni
5 of 5
@nick23,Epic strain, really enjoyed the relaxing high, great for chilling out.
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Couple of Blackberrys grown outdoors in less than ideal conditions (very wet)
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Ri
5 of 5
@ricky,u got any pics of blackberry buds?
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Fb
@Fast Buds,here u have some nice Blackberry bud!
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Ri
4 of 5
@ricky,this bud is purple?
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Fb
@Fast Buds,some blackberry girls=)
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Yes, more or less, we can assure that in the 90% of the cases. Here, as you can see, @Globdup710 Blackberry's ones are very purple!
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Mb
@mark bierman,i thought transplanting is not recommended?
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Fb
@Fast Buds,Hi, Mark!We don't reccomend it seriuosly. It can stress the plant massively! Once it's geminated , right to the final pot and keep it humid!Enjoy growing faster! Cheers!
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