The voice of Barry White goes so deep, it penetrates the limits of time with legendary might. Ganja breeders decided to mimic his profound depth by creating a heavy hitting indica, coined as White Berry. This 75% indica and 25% sativa cultivar derives from the renown White Widow and Blueberry genetics.
White Widow became a top strain after winning the Cannabis Cup in 1995, while the victorious Blueberry genetics, developed in the Oregon mountains, have received an abundance of fame as well. White Berry won the first prize at the Treating Yourself Medical Cannabis Cup in 2013, and at the Bio Menor Cannabis in 2015. Let’s get deep into the mystique of White Berry’s voice.
The flavors are quite unique. The Blueberry parent carried on the berry aromas, while White Widow is essentially a very earthy and woody strain. Together the blend can reminisce the consumer of northern forests, filled with pine trees and delicious blueberries. Even though White Berry is an indica dominant strain, the experienced highs can be quite euphoric.
Of course, the chilled and relaxing vibes are present, but it can definitely energize the toker as well. If one wishes to have a deep yoga session, without falling asleep, White Berry is a great assistant. The THC-levels can potentially hit high percentages, although it greatly depends on the expertise of the grower.
The flowering period lasts only 7 weeks, which is a classic Afghani indica move. Lonely ganja containers shall be replenished in no time. Outdoor growers should harvest White Berry during the end of September, while in the Southern Hemisphere, end of April is the time to chop the dank. Indoor operators shall receive around 450g/m², and outdoor growers around 500g/plant. White Berry can develop cool purple hues on the leaves and buds, if the temperatures are slightly below average during the flowering stage.
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