RECORDS COM/POISON RECORDS
“I hadn't planned to use Blueberry as my outside crop this year, it just sort of happened. It turned out to be a
plant useful outside in this climate, with some qualifications.
The seed came from Marc, and all individuals appeared to be the same. I ended up using clones from two
different females, but the plants were not distinguishable. The plants were relatively slow growing, and formed
tall, loose, open bushes (until height restrictions forced cut backs). The stems started right off turning
red-purple, a nice addition to the camouflage, as the eye reads the color as bark from a distance. The fan
leaves were a medium green, thinner than an indica, but not sativa thin. They stood out straight from the plant
on thick purple stems, drooping gracefully.
The plant was normal in its resistance to mites, that is, not very. I did use a fogger a couple of times, not for
the poison, but for the reproductive chemicals, and that was fairly successful. I'll do it again next year.
On the other hand, the plant was as mold resistant as anything I've grown. It did develop a couple of grey
mold spots in the middle of October, and I pulled the plug about two weeks before full maturity. Good thing,
as the weather turned impossible (50's, constant wet), before nature laughed at us with a late Indian summer
So in essence, half the grow is in its vegetative stage and
the other half is in its flowering cycle.
As with most grow rooms, the grower will learn to make the
best use of hisher grow space. The room will become an intense hobby
area and a most rewarding one too. In time the grower may even begin
to learn more about plant genetics and start to develop some strains of
their own breed and stock.
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