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Blackberry Fire


Blackberry Fire is an intriguing hybrid strain that results from the fusion of Blackberry Kush and Fire Lady genetics. With a genetic composition of 70% indica, it promises a balanced yet predominantly indica experience. The THC levels typically range from 19% to 25%, ensuring a potent and satisfying high.

In terms of flowering time, Blackberry Fire typically blossoms within 56 to 65 days, which equates to 8 to 9 weeks. One of its standout features is its consistently high yield, making it an attractive choice for growers.

Blackberry Fire adapts well to various growing environments, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation. Outdoor success is more likely in a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures in the 70s (Fahrenheit). The strain typically exhibits a squat and bushy growth pattern with robust lateral branching.

To enhance the purple potential in the flowers, growers can expose their crops to cold (but not freezing) temperatures just before the flowering phase begins. This step can bring out the strain’s vibrant and visually striking colors.

The buds of Blackberry Fire are visually captivating, featuring large and colorful flowers that form in an elongated shape, tapering to a rounded tip, resembling bullets. These vibrant buds are adorned with orange pistils and a generous coating of cloudy white trichomes.

Aroma-wise, Blackberry Fire offers a unique blend of less berry and more gas, resulting in a profile that combines sour and chemically sweetness with hints of fruit, creating a delicious and complex combination of flavors.

The prominent terpenes found in Blackberry Fire include myrcene, humulene, limonene, linalool, and caryophyllene, contributing to its distinctive aroma and potential.

Blackberry Fire is originally bred by Purple Caper Seeds, further solidifying its reputation as a cherished and sought-after strain in the cannabis community.


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