Strain Review Guide for Whitaker Blues Regular Cannabis Seeds
Developed by DJ Short’s son, the Whitaker Blues is a true Oregon heritage cross. The mother of the Whitaker Blues is currently referred to as ‘Quimby’; an old-school, West Coast staple cut reminiscent of a classic, early indica lineage–strong and sleepy in its effect. Quimby was crossed with DJ’s personally selected Blueberry father, making the Whitaker Blues appear approximately 80% indica and 20% sativa in structure. It is a stout hybrid, short branching, sporting large, compact buds loaded with resin–very vigorous and productive, with hues of violet and blue at its 552 day finish. Finished buds have a pungent/sweet velvety grape and slightly vanilla flavor. Effect is strong with slight initial stimulation inspiring increased appetite and a sedate after effect.
Genetics of the strain are: Lineage Quimby x Blueberry and it is Indica Dominant
Flowering time averages 55 2 days and this is an Photoperiod plant.
Typically seeds come in Regular packs and the yield is around
This plant grows Short and can be grown: Grows indoors