Tips for growing Blackberry Kush cannabis
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Strain overview: Blackberry Kush is the striking aromatic cross between Afghani and Blackberry. Known for blooming with dark purple hues and radiant orange hairs, this indica offers a fruity flavor mixed in with earthy Kush flavors. Blackberry Kush is a wonderful strain for patients seeking relief from pain and sleeplessness.
Grow techniques: SOG (sea of green) is the best way to get a hearty yield out of Blackberry Kush. Keep the canopy as clear as you can to prevent mold or pests from infecting the plants. Blackberry Kush is a good option for growing hydroponically if you can acquire the clones to run SOG. Increasing bud sites is the way to get a good yield on Blackberry Kush as the flowers themselves will be small.
Flowering time: 7 to 8 weeks
Grow difficulty: Moderate
Climate: Prefers low humidity and mild to warm climates between 68 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Indoor/outdoor: Ideally grown indoors, Blackberry Kush can be demanding if grown outside as it is sensitive to inclement weather.
Feeding: Consider heavy magnesium feeding throughout the grow with a focus on nitrogen as the plant is vegging to increase the development of nodes.