"GROW THE A-11 FIRST!!!, it is WORLD class smoke!!! But I have to warn you, after you have grown this cross
of Cinderella 99 and Genius, 90% of everything else you grow won't come close!!! So clone all your females, if
you let this one slip through your fingers you will be bummed!!! The bud from Apollo has a sweet fruity/citrus
taste, and a high that gives you the energy to go out and do something...even if you can't remember what it
is!!! Every one that has smoked the A (my version is the A-13, Genius crossed with Cinderella88.The A-11 is
even better then A-13 according to BG!!!) has said it is some of the best they have ever smoked!"- greenbear DRINK DRINK
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“I've been growing both Shishke & Sweetooth for a while and would choose 'Sweetooth' over Shishke after
having both of them for over a year. The Sweetooth is a large yielder (50 grams a sq./ft). Sweetooth makes
large contiguous colas even on short plants. The visual of the cured bud is great. The Shishke is a heavy
yielder; I haven't quite decided if the Sweetooth can out yield the Shishke in perfect temperature conditions.
Shishke and Sweetooth are both blue berry hybrids and I notice a lot of similarities in the veg growth of the two
plants, but the Sweetooth has a sweet scent (no ozone required), and can take more stress (it gets hot where I
live). Shishke smells kinda musky, doesn't like heat. If heat stressed it will herm, clones from the same mom
in a different garden have no herms ... otherwise, very easy plant to grow and the high is strong & up. The
high from the Sweetooth is just like the SOL ad "keeps us giddy & high all day". Both plants have fairly "up"
buzz, the Shishke has a hashy taste, and the Sweetooth is sweet & berry.” - Shiva 132 (Chart 4 A super potent Blueberry Indica, coated with a strong concentration of tall standing trichomes. This produces a
long lasting very narcotic experience ~ body high blueberry. Short (80 cm) stout kush plants that produce
dense, tight, rock hard nuggets of trichome coated bud. A true "hash-plant."
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To date, the blueberrys have been grown to 18 to 24 inches, placed into bud, and finished at about 36 inches,
yielding about 1 to 1 * ounces per plant. They have been grown in 5 gal grow bags containing the super soil
mix . To try to figure the best pruning method, the following trial was conducted.
Started with 35 clones (18 BL-8 and 17 BL-10) that were placed into 5 gal grow bags containing the super soil
mix. When they reached 20 inches, 13 were placed into flower (Group A) while the remaining 22 were pruned
back to 12 inches.
When these 22 clones reached about twenty inches, 10 were placed into flower (Group B).
The remaining 12 (Group C) were pruned back to 18” and placed into flower when they reached 20”.
These clones were grown amongst other clones in a 12 by 12 area lit by 2 1000w HPS and 1 1000w MH on a
fast moving suncircle. One HPS was in a horizontal reflector, one in a vertical
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reflector and the MH was in a
This worked out to about 20w per sq ft.
All weights are dry weights unless otherwise specified.
The line in the strain description of Blueberry that states "we developed Blueberry from new genetics" was
added (edited in) by Dutch Passion, my European distributor, for the European market. I simply authorized the
Dutch Passion description for Marc's catalogue. Perhaps, at some point, I should re-do these descriptions.
No genetic stock outside my own material is used in the production of any of my own varieties. I am only
interested in using pure, land-race varieties acclimated in their particular region of origin. Until more of these
become available, I have plenty of my own stock (much still untested) to work with. Look for new varieties in
the not too-distant future." - DJ Short
DJ Short is the original breeder to introduce blueberry to the commercial seed trade.
there are basically two phenotypes released to the public, the first Sagarmatha release, and all subsequent.
The first phenotype had thinner leaves and more blueberry flavour. The second phenotype is more vigorous,
more vigorous, and although sweet and fruity, not quite as blueberry tasting. I've found the first phenotype
twice, from a direct purchase with Emery, and then from seeds from a friend who bought the first batch direct
Sag and DJ had a falling out, and Sag now sells DJ knockoffs. These are now of the second (wider leaf)
Dutch Passion is now the European source for DJ Short genetics. These are now of the second (wider leaf)
DJ Short delta 9 collection is the North American source of DJ's genetics. Again, these are now of the second
(wider leaf) phenotype. They are available from several sources including Emery seeds and the Amsterdam
And yes you got it; BCGA version is a knockoff like the Sag version. But the difference is that it is a knockoff
of the first (thinner leafed) phenotype." - Vic High This plant grew well and would have had an acceptable yield except it slacked when the time came to
produce resin. Slack isn’t even the word it’s more like failed. It almost literally had zero resin. Because the
other 2 were nice plants this one was given a second chance before meeting its maker.
Make the grade when grown from clone it didn't. Meet its maker it did, good riddance.
Aroma: These babies stink. They smell when they’re young seedlings, vegging, rooting and flowering. The
smell from just 2 vegging plants, 1 and 2 caused more noticeable odor than half the same grow filled with
flowering NL x Shiva's.
No. They didn’t smell like blueberries to me but did have something added to the sweet skunky indica odor
that has a berry quality to it. It is becoming stinkier as it ages too. For those of you that have friends that are
impressed with smell this would be a winner. Max security calls for paying big time attention to odor control in
the grow with these. Except of course for 3 which doesn’t smell like anything but the lawn.
This weed would present a packaging challenge if you need to move it for some unknown reason -
Buzz: As stated the two remaining plants had better than average potency for this age. Both were definitely
indica types buzzing with 2 being somewhat unique with a heady floaty type thing going on. More later when
they’re older but I will say the buzz has some unique qualities compared to everything else worth keeping
more than likely.