Characteristics100% Feminized Weed SeedsIndica StrainAbove Average YieldsGrows AnywhereVery High THC
The growth on this Blue is something to behold as the large central stem thickens under folding, flowering branches and glimmering crystals form alongside sprouting green trichomes. One for the aesthete.
The most difficult genotype in the entire Kannabia catalogue is a three-way cross featuring the best of several predominantly indica strains. The first is one of the most indica-rich Blueberries they have, with a very high yield and all the properties that this variety is known for (short height, fast flowering and a bluish tone). Another of the components is an original Afghan (Mazar-i-Sharif), a very good resin-producer that also gives a generous harvest. The final ingredient in this indica cocktail is the Black Domina, which gives it a more ramified structure and more height than the results of the first crosses. Even so, the Mataro Blue forms a thick central bud, hardening because of the number of flowers that form on the overlapping bunches.
The plant starts to form crystals as soon as it begins to flower, eventually becoming covered in a thick coat of sticky resin, like large drops of caramel. It immediately produces trichomes with lime-green heads, and by the time it has nearly finished it has a whitish/golden appearance with a penetrating smell. When subjected to low temperatures the colour turns a bluish purple.
Kannabia Seeds Mataro Blue feminized cannabis seeds withstand large amounts of fertiliser when growing and are resistant to periods of drought. Indoors, Kannabia recommend using a lot of wattage to optimise the crop’s results (800W/m2). The recommended vegetative cycle indoors is two weeks for a good yield. With hydroponic systems the results are particularly impressive and quick to ripen.
It works very well outdoors, occupying a circumference of several square metres. We recommend propping it well to support the weight of the buds. With good pruning, the plants will grow into large bushes up to 2m tall. The flowering cycle is 58 - 65 days, so it will be ready for harvesting in early September. We recommend using carbohydrates to bring out all the flavour.
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