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Plant-Profile about Blue Dream (by Humboldt Seed Organisation)

This Plant-Profile is a individual expression by , uploaded at the 13.10.2015.

Information about the growth of the plants:

The weather in the growing area:

Cannabis-Plants into this zone can be cultivated from May to September. The plants will start flowering around July when the days slowly become shorter.

Jan Feb Mar Apr Mai Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Temp. cold cold cold cold warm warm warm warm warm cold cold cold
Precip. humid humid humid humid humid humid arid humid humid humid humid humid
Sunshine 9.2 10.4 11.9 13.6 15 15.6 15.2 13.9 12.3 10.7 9.4 8.8
Phase x x x x grow grow bloom bloom bloom x x x
Harvest Time Outdoor
Middle of September +/- 1 Week in CmHmβ climates at the northern hemisphere.
Climate zones according to the SeedFinder classification with actual data from 1986-2009
Growth Behavior
Bushy
Side Branches
incomprehensibly many; medium length to long as well as strong and vigorous.

Harvest, Yield, Taste, Aroma, strength and effectiveness

Yield / Quantity
The crop of this strain is insane high and absolutely top yields.
Buds / Leaves
The ratio of buds to leaves is very good.
Bud Structure
The dried buds are rather hard and compact.

General Impression

Blue Dream (Humboldt Seed Organisation)
(Outdoor)

is all together insane strain - absolutely recommendable
(On average 10 Points onto a scale between 0 and 10 !)

Additional Information

Asher says

This strain is insane. Let me start out by saying I have been growing outdoors for more than ten years, and never have I seen such vigorous growth from any plant when started indoors, nor such large buds on any other outdoor plant I have seen, either mine or my friend’s. And I ordered seeds that were supposed to be “big bud” on a few occasions.

I ordered just two seeds, both were a different phenotype. The first, the one I kept as a clone, had the thickest, biggest second nodal leaves I have ever seen. They were as big as my hand almost! The stem got thick really early on. I kept it under the lamps for two months and topped it constantly, then placed it outdoor on 11. of May. For the first month, the growth was nice, I was extremely happy with the progress. I had placed it in 140L of fresh soil, added charcoal from a burned fireplace (all plants love that Carbon!) and used nutrients with slow release. And then the plant took off. Quite literally. It grew into a monster whose thirst was almost impossible to quench in the hot parts of the summer. Waterings were necessary at least every third day, and I had to use 6 – 10 liters of water, although it could have easily gone for way more. While the Moby Dick growing next to it could go for up to 5 days or more and didn’t show signs of “omg feed me or I will wither and die.” As you can imagine, this can be a problem if you’re growing guerilla.

It loves Nitrogen. I used 25-5-5 and it ate it all without a single sign of nutrient deficiency or burn. Since it was very hot, however, it began taking water from the lower leaves and shedding some in the process during the last part of July and beginning of August. This was in no way problematic and in fact better, since the plant grew to about 2m in height and about the same in circumference and had a fuckton of foliage.

This “keeper” I assume was a 50/50 mix between haze/blueberry since at no point was I able to decide if it was more indica or sativa, not even in flowering.
The other, more sativa pheno, is characterized, it seems, by having an intense smell when you rub the leaves, some kind of minty/lemon, while the 50/50 mix did not have much of a smell when the leaves were rubbed between the fingers. You really cannot miss the sativa pheno, simply because of the smelly leaves. They smell very good, too.

When flowering began, the 50/50 mix showed more signs of thickness than the sativa, although the sativa FILELD UP. Both gave extremely good yields, although the 50/50 seemed to have those really FAT buds that can topple a plant and make it hug the ground more easily. Although the motherplant of the sativa pheno did that as well, which makes me think you really can’t go wrong with either of the phenotypes.

At one point the wind broke one of the branches, so it is advisable to invest in a net or something that may support the hugeness of the plant during heavy winds.
The smell of the buds is very sour and slightly fruity, and the thrichome coverage is just amazing. The high is just as advertised. Intense, euphoric, and if done excessively, ass-kicking and will put you down to ponder the mysteries of life and all things therein.
(13.10.2015, 12:38)