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DJ Shorts Whitaker blues i just adore his blueberry so im stoked to show off his gear starting off from clones ill post pictures once i get them transplanted.

 

Whitaker Blues

 

 

 

 

DJ-Short-Whitaker-Blues-Marijuana-Strain-150x150.jpgFlowering Time: 55-62 Days

Grown Indoor or Outdoor?: Indoor/Outdoor

Parents: Quimby x Blueberry

Type: Indica 80% / Sativa 20%

Indoor Yield: Average

Buzz: Stimulating and inspiring sensuality

Taste/Smell: Floral berry, citrus, grape, vanilla

DJ Short’s son, JD, developed Whitaker Blues a cross amongst Oregon heritage strains. The Quimby mother is a staple of classic early Indica marijuana and has a strong high and sleepy effect. The Blueberry father came from the West Coast as well, but mixes genetics from Oaxaca, Afghani and Thai strains.

Whitaker Blues is an Indica dominant strain that displays every characteristic of Indica plants in its growth patterns. She is short and stout with short branches covered in large and compact buds filled with resin. She grows vigorously and produces well in hydroponics and soil gardens. You can expect a high quality yield after around 55 to 62 days of flowering. Towards the end, the plants will exhibit blue and violet shades. They will also be about medium size with large buds and thick foliage.

DJ Short’s Whitaker Blues has a very complex taste and smell that needs many different flavors to totally describe it. Some people say it is pungent while others say it is sweet. There are many different characteristics to the taste and smell like vanilla, musk, berry candy, grapefruit citrus, honey and a distinct grape flavor that everyone can agree on. The buzz comes on quick with mental stimulation and an overall great feeling. Afterwards it becomes more sensual and will cause you to have the munchies. Once that stage is over you will begin to relax and enter into a dream-like state that will most likely cause you to sleep.

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love to see this one.... Im a fan of the blueberry myself, ready to chop any day as a matter of fact.... ive had the luck of trying this strain and found it to be a super powerful medicinal strain.

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Its Quimby x blueberry but i cant find any info of the Quimby part of the genetics but anything out of DJs stable has to be awesome cant wait. :bong2:

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Looking forward to seeing how this turns out for you. Any info on the selection run the cut is from?

 

No it came from a novice grower no background if its a special pheno or anything.

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looking great im so envious...ive got a killer cut of his bb i run., but man this strain is really something special...only smoked it a few times but she stuck with me.

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Gotta love those down pointing leaf tips its a trait of his clone only blueberry that i also run if its anything close to that cut its going to be some fantastic medicine.

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King,

I cant believe how much your Whitaker plant looks like Peakseedsbc original Blueberry. I'm talking a dead ringer for sure. Does your Whitaker show very little if not any red hairs when finished flowering.

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DJ Shorts Whitaker Blues seed I found at a local dispensary. Liked Cocoa Kush and LUV DJ Shorts Blueberry and would luv to find some Blueberry clones.

 

I've got a little Whitaker Blues gal that's coming along sweetly from seed. Germinated 5 seeds and she was the only fem that grew (1 dud), DWC, 5 CFLs in a cabinet. Tips pointing down, too. She is VERY sensitive to nutes. Went from 1/4 dose to now using 1/2 dose of what I normally mix (Atami B'Cuzz) and she seems to really digg it. Good luck with yours.

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King,

I cant believe how much your Whitaker plant looks like Peakseedsbc original Blueberry. I'm talking a dead ringer for sure. Does your Whitaker show very little if not any red hairs when finished flowering.

 

First time running it so no clue yet but i really like what im seeing so far .

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I forgot what blueberry tastes like....

 

looks good man.

 

I think that i finally got a grip on my bug issue my current dj short blueberrys are looking fantastic .

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Nice!

Did anyone make it to either of the seminar's that DJ did in Ann Arbor?

 

With next to no promotions alas i missed it would love to have seen him and maybe chat with him love his gear.

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I am like 33 days in flower on mine, had a serious stretch at flip on mine, from an 18" bush to almost 4 feet now. got the seeds when DJ was at g3c awhile back really impressed with it so far, clones super quick too.

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I am like 33 days in flower on mine, had a serious stretch at flip on mine, from an 18" bush to almost 4 feet now. got the seeds when DJ was at g3c awhile back really impressed with it so far, clones super quick too.

 

Nice any pictures to share ?

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For some reason I cant get them to upload from my tablet, will try and do it from my other computer in awhile, the pics didn't turn out that great, I need photography classes I guess lol

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Its Quimby x blueberry but i cant find any info of the Quimby part of the genetics but anything out of DJs stable has to be awesome cant wait. :bong2:

Only info I have found is its an heirloom Oregon indica

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3 or 4 weeks from a good size clone. Mine grew OUT not up until flower, and then skyrocketed for the first 2 weeks.

Edited by JB420

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