Shiskaberry Feminized Seeds (Barney’s Farm)

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Shiskaberry feminized seeds are a unique experience. Her pungent earthy, spicy notes leave a memorable, delicious aftertaste.

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Shiskaberry Feminized Seeds

Getting our Shiskaberry feminized seeds strain to this stage has been a complex work in progress for years and we are delighted to finally introduce this unique and wonderful strain to our catalog.

Shiskaberry is a unique experience. Her pungent earthy, spicy notes leave a memorable, delicious aftertaste.

Her beautiful berry scent will submerse you in a deeper dimension of delight and insight,

Shiskaberry feminized seeds are one stunning Indica that will put you where you need to be and keep you there.

She may loosen your tongue, then make you happy, before giving you a full body relaxing massage. Who could ask for more?

Expect flowering indoors to be 8-9 weeks with a large yield. Outdoors she can grow up to 1.2 meters.

With stretched pre-flowering can deliver up to 2kg of super quality flowers. A dry climate is preferable.

Seedbank Barney’s Farm
Sex Feminized
Variety Indica
Strain Genetics Blueberry x Afghan
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Flowering Time 49 – 56 days
Where to Grow Indoor, Greenhouse, Outdoor
Harvest Month !st week of April
Medical Conditions Anxiety, Insomnia, Pain
Taste / Flavor Berry, Spicy
Effect Calming, Relaxing
Plant Height 80-120cm
Yield Indoor: 500-600 gr/m²; Outdoor: 1.5-2kg

Shiskaberry feminized seeds are an indica-dominant hybrid that came about from crossing Blueberry with an unknown Afghani strain. This plant will mature in 8 to 9 weeks and should yield a fairly high amount of flowers. Shiskaberry feminized seeds buds have a fruit and berry aroma and will be painted with shades of purple. Its initial head buzz is happy and good for finishing things up or being social but will slip into a lazy high over time.

Seed Pack Size

1 Seed Pack, 3 Seed Pack

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