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An experimental variety that has actually turned out to be a huge success. Crimea Blue is a crossbreed between the tough Eastern European variety and world-famous Blueberry Strain. The outcome is fantastic. In some cases Crimea Blue finishes flowering in just 7 weeks! It shows a strong resistance to cold weather, mold and high humidity levels. It’s an Indica-dominant variety, so it’s attractive to many indoor growers who often don’t have enough space to grow Sativas. Because of their genetic heritage plants feel good in areas with moderate climate.
Like we said, this strain originates from Crimea region, but it doesn’t have any Ruderalis genes, which is rare.
Indoor crop is up to 450 grams per square meter, outdoor harvest fluctuates between 300-500 grams per plant. Crimea Blue can be used as a medicine, providing help for people experiencing problems with sleep, appetite.
We suggest you use organic fertilizers in order to make your buds as safe as possible. That also contributes to preserving the original flavor and taste.

Properties

Feminized Feminized Feminized
Type Photoperiod
Gentype Genotype Indica dominant
Genetics Genetics Ukraine / Blueberry
Flowering Flowering 7-8 weeks
Harvest Harvest 450 gr/m2
Height Height 55-65cm
THC Thc 18.5%
CBD Cbd 1.2%
outdoor Method Outdoor
indoor Method Indoor

Taste

Nugs get really sticky and smell like cheese and spices. If you don’t want to get caught with all that weed on your hands, we suggest you should invest in a carbon filter.

Cheese
Flowery
Herbs

Effects

There is 18.5% THC and 1.4% CBD, so potency is top-grade too.

Euphoric
Happy
Uplifted
Creative
Dry Eyes

Cup

2nd Indica Cup 2007

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