Here we are again!
So, this time is Blueberry Cheese Cake's turn? Nice, really nice.
Glad to hear about the germination, that's always the first good news anticipating a great grow too!
About the BBCC...well, it's not the easiest strain we have, meaning that it needs some attention.
It is a classica indica, really study and with a strong stem.
The Blueberry Cheese Cake loves to stretch, it is part of its genes. You need to be careful with it because sometimes it is really hard to keep her under control.
You may need to top or super crop the main stem .
This is a strain that it does not stop when to grow, this is why it's a very high yielder in a green house.
Buds are normally quite compact but have very moist resin, so be careful with mould related issues.
It is also quite of a stinky plant, wait for the flowering phase and it wills start smelling very strong. A good and proper fan or filter can help you out since is not such a stealth strain
I think that's all for the moment. If you have more question or doubts, feel free to ask as always. I will try to reply as fast as possible!
Take care and thanks once more for starting this thread,
Originally Posted by mr.brunch
I planted some blueberry cheesecake seeds (5) five days ago- in soil, small pots half full of soil, seeds on top, a little water then a few mm of dry soil on top.
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Put them on a tray inside a plastic bag in a dark cupboard , and today they are all up.... 100% germination again, thank you female seeds!
I will give them some time to open up properly, then it’s off to their new home