Blackberry Kush Strain Genetics
Blackberry Kush (Afghani x Hashplant) gets its indica-dominant qualities from both parents. Its Hash-plant phenotype heritage, named after the region, is said to be a pure indica and one of the first varieties of cannabis to be cultivated, while its Blackberry side allows Blackberry Kush to carry a slightly higher presence of sativa and THC levels.
Blackberry Kush Strain Effects
If jumping for joy isn’t your thing, then you’ll love Blackberry Kush because of its sedative indica traits, and high THC levels. Its relaxing and euphoric qualities make you sink into your couch with a blissful sigh. A great choice for those that suffer with stress. Possibly the best way to come down from a hard day’s work, other than taking a hot bath.
Blackberry Kush Strain Terpene Profile
This strain smells like jet fuel that’s entirely made out of berries, so it’s safe to say Blackberry Kush has a few Terpinolene, Linalool and Pinene terpenes lying around. It tastes something similar when inhaled but with a more fruity, floral and earthier tone, which could be part of its Myrcene and Humulene profile in action.
How to Grow Blackberry Kush Strain
This quick-flowering strain will produce a medium to high yield, if grown with care, and won’t grow too tall. It’s easier-to-grow indoors than outdoors, but an experienced grower will reap the benefits from either environment.
This strain produces a dark green and purple body when flowering with colorful indica styled leaves. After curing, consumers will enjoy beautiful dark green, and slightly purple, buds. Blackberry Kush is mold resistant, but has also been known to have issues with botrytis and spider mites.