Crimea Blue: A Sweet Tasting Indica
Crimea Blue is an 80% Indica and 20% Sativa strain out of Barney’s Farm. Breeders at the firm expertly hybridised the infamously sweet Blueberry with Turkman from the breeders at Barney’s Farm. The result is a no-fuss, easy to manage, sturdy little plant that produces very distinct citrus and rosemary like flavours and a heavy-duty cerebral high. She is a marvel that new and experienced Indica lovers will enjoy and adore.
Smoke Report/Effects of Crimea Blue
Crimea Blue won first place in the Indica Cup at the High Times Cannabis Cup 2007, and it is with reason. After the first few puffs, the strain works fast to deliver a long-lasting body buzz complemented by meditation and relaxation. In the beginning, warmth will take over your body as your muscles get relaxed. Your body will become comfortable in the place you are sitting as you go on a meditation journey.
Crimea Blue is not ideal for daytime use when you have work to do. It is a nice smoke to use when relaxing or going out on a walk. It lets you explore your imagination through meditation. Creatives such as writers, painters and musicians can use her before engaging in their creation. She is also ideal for night use if you are experiencing insomnia. She can knock you out with an increased dosage.
Appearance, Smell and Flavours of Crimea Blue
Crimea Blue will have a short, sturdy and compact appearance, reminiscent of her Indica dominance. She will grow to feature long central colas with numerous side branches that make her bushy. She will develop chunky long buds along with the central cola and some on the side branches.
A potent high is not the only thing that she inherits from her parents. In addition, she will inherit flavourful terpenes that will show in her aroma and taste. She will treat your taste buds and nostrils to the flavours and scents of lemon peel and rosemary.
Grow Report of Crimea Blue
Crimea Blue will do well both indoors and outdoors and will have a short flowering period and will reward the grower handsomely. She does not need much attention besides the basic nutrients and water. To increase her yields it is advisable to employ techniques such as Sea of Green and Screen of Green.
What you should expect:
- 8 to 9 weeks of flowering
- Indoor height of 70 to 80 cm
- Short outdoor heights
- Outdoor harvest at the end of September
- Indoor harvest of 600 grams per square metre
Crimea Blue is a delight to have in any grow-op or garden. Try her out, and you won’t be disappointed.