Berry Bomb: Brace yourselves, the dank has been dropped
Once the Berry Bomb drops on the ground, it explodes with berry fairies and rainbow-ish buds. It’s fair to say that Berry Bomb generates dope colors during the flowering period, and delivers higher yields than her Blueberry mother. The father of this indica dominant strain is Bomb #1. This strain is one of these connoisseur indica strains, it’s not the most popular, but it’s quite impressive. Let’s immerse ourselves into the Berry Bomb explosion.
Upon hitting that toke, one’s consciousness transports itself into wonderland, where berries of all shapes and sizes paint the horizon, as far as the eye can see. This indica dominant strain has some solid sativa influence, together inducing colorful all-around highs, leaning more to the relaxing indica side. The THC-levels hover between 15-20%, which can be quite potent for novice tokers. If one enjoys baking some dope space cakes, or ganja-infused berry pies, the terpenes inherent in Berry Bomb will enhance the culinary outcome. Hands down.
Blueberry strains usually grow quite short and compact, although Berry Bomb has adopted the stretchy growth of its Bomb #1 father. The internodal space is quite wide, making this strain perfect for SCROG’ing. Both indoor and outdoor growers will receive about 500-600g/m² of dry Berry Bomb nugs. Outdoors, this plant can grow freely, although string support could be required to carry the nugs.
If the temperatures can be controlled during the late flowering stage, the night cycle temps should drop a bit. This will create some magnificently purple and red colors on the buds and leaves. This cultivar reaches around 90-120cm in height and should be harvested during September-October in outdoor settings. Also, many claim that Berry Bomb is very resistant to mold, due to the structure of the buds.