Blueberry CBD is moderately easy to grow. Some challenges growers may face when cultivating this strain may be related to her dimensions. She matures into a medium-tall plant, despite being Indica-dominant, and develops broad, dense foliage. If you are growing indoors, preparing accordingly beforehand is necessary, as she’s going to need plenty of room for her buds to reach their full potential. Her stretch also requires enough vertical space, but growers can perform height-limiting techniques to keep her within a manageable size.
One such method is the Sea of Green (SOG). It requires forcing the plants into flowering while still small, cutting short their vegetative growth and bringing harvest earlier than without intervention. If this approach is paired with suitable conditions, up to 500 grams of fresh, sweet-smelling buds can be gained for every square meter occupied. Because the strain is on the bushy side and her colas are compact, the humidity must be maintained within 40% to 50% during most of her 7- to 9-week-long fruiting phase and lowered between 30% to 40% in the last two weeks.
Blueberry CBD can share between 550 to 650 grams per plant in the warm, sunny conditions of the Mediterranean climate. She can also tolerate colder weather, but her bud production will surely decline. Growers in the northern hemisphere can start harvesting by mid-October.
The blossoming flowers of Blueberry CBD are a beauty. They develop traces of red and purple hues when exposed to colder than average temperatures, which activates the high concentrations of anthocyanins pigments in the plant. While the change in color does not increase trichome production or CBD levels, it will undoubtedly boost the buds’ bag appeal.