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QUEBEC BLUE Cannabis Feminized Seeds

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Quebec Blue Cannabis Seeds Feminized

     Quebec Blue
 is a 40% Indica 60% sativa hybrid that was bred by crossing Blue Fire with the elite Grand Daddy Purple clone. It is an extremely vigorous strain with high aromatic output, and very good yields. Some examples display blue, purple, and red color's towards the end of flowering, especially if temperatures fall markedly at night. A smooth, not overpowering smell and taste can be expected accompanied by a feeling almost matching. At 20-23% THC the Blue is great anytime of day although consumption right before bed may have you staring at the ceiling for awhile before you drift off.

       This strain is quite tough and can be grown indoors easily, and outdoors even in temperate regions. Indoor flowering takes 8-9 weeks at which time the grower will reap prodigious yield (which can be in the range 500 – 650 gr/m2 when grown under 600-watt lights). Outdoor harvests in the northern hemisphere will fall early to mid October, with each plant capable of producing between 500 – 750 grams (depending on your conditions). We have found little to no bud rot (on large plants) and this is quite impressive considering the size and density of the colas she will produce.

     The Blue develops quite quickly in the early stages and right through flowering. Pinching, or topping outdoor is not necessarily needed as multiple arms will develop so only once or twice if you choose to. If you have large plants, cleaning or trimming out the center in the first few weeks of flowering is highly recommended for this strain. It produces a lot of buds so if you can send the energy to the colas it will make your workload much easier come harvest time. Although she is resistant to mold and bud rot, try to plant where you will get the most morning sun so the colas dry out quickly. Even though this strain leans to the Sativa side the tops can grow surprisingly dense (in or out) so watch humidity levels and moisture in the late stages.

     The Sativa will make it stretch a little, to a lot when flowering time comes, so it is not necessarily recommended for Sea of Green, Scrogging, or Training(low or high stress) unless you are prepared or set up to accommodate this type of growth. One of our most popular, and rightfully so, don't miss out on the Quebec Blue! 

     The main reasons to grow Quebec Blue are:

  1. High THC content: Quebec Blue strains are known for their high THC levels, making them a popular choice for recreational users.
  2. Unique Aroma: The strain is known for its distinctive blueberry and fruity aroma, which appeals to many cultivators.
  3. Frosty Appearance: The buds of Quebec Blue strains are covered in a thick layer of trichomes, giving them a frosty appearance.
  4. Ease of Cultivation: The plant is relatively easy to grow and can thrive in a variety of conditions, making it a good choice for novice cultivators.

      Where to grow:

  1. Indoor Cultivation: Quebec Blue cannabis plants can be grown indoors using hydroponic systems, soil or other growing mediums.
  2. Greenhouses: The plants can also be grown in greenhouses, providing growers with greater control over temperature, light and humidity levels.
  3. Outdoors: In areas with the appropriate climate, Quebec Blue cannabis plants can be grown outdoors.
  1. Choose a suitable growing medium: Soil, hydroponic systems, or coco coir are good options for growing Quebec Blue cannabis plants.
  2. Set up lighting: Quebec Blue plants require a lot of light to grow properly, so set up a good lighting system, either LED grow lights or HID lights.
  3. Maintain temperature and humidity: Optimal temperature range for growing Quebec Blue is between 68-77°F, with a relative humidity of 40-60%.
  4. Feed the plants: Use a balanced nutrient solution to feed the plants throughout their growth cycle.
  5. Prune the plants: To encourage bushier growth, prune the lower branches and tops of the plants.
  6. Monitor for pests and diseases: Regularly check the plants for signs of pests or diseases and take appropriate action if necessary.
  7. Harvest and dry the buds: When the trichomes have turned amber, the buds are ready to be harvested. After harvesting, dry the buds slowly to preserve their quality.

Note: This is just a general overview. It's important to do thorough research and follow a specific growing guide to ensure successful growth of Quebec Blue cannabis plants.

Quebec Blue Strain

GENETICSBlue Fire X Grand Daddy Purple
PLANT TYPEIndica 40%| Sativa 60%
CULTIVATIONIndoors | Outdoors
AVERAGE YIELDIndoors 500 - 600 g/m²   Outdoors 500 – 750 gr.
  • Availability: 230 In Stock
  • Model: Q.C.S.
  • Manufacturer: Quebec Cannabis Seeds

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