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There are two different breeders who go by the strain name “Blueberry Headband,” and each of them has a distinct genetic background.
Blueberry Headband by Humboldt Seed Organization
The Blueberry Headband from the Humboldt Seed Organization is a hybrid of the Blueberry and the 707.
Indica-leaning hybrid strain with tall growth and high yields of red and purple-hued buds with fruity, spicy flavors, according to Humboldt Seeds. Flowering takes 65 to 75 days. The breeder asserts that this strain delivers long-lasting cerebral and physical highs.
Both indoors and outdoors, Blueberry Headband plants can be grown, but since they can get quite tall—up to 3 meters, or nearly 10 feet—indoors, their height may need to be restricted. In contrast to outdoor cultivation, which can produce 1 to 4 kilograms, or 2.2 to 8.8 pounds, per plant during a mid-October harvest in the Northern Hemisphere, indoor harvests typically produce between 450 and 600 grams per square meter.
Emerald Triangle Seeds Blueberry Headband
A distinctive hybrid of ’76 Blueberry, Emerald OG, Cali Sour D, and Pre ’98 Bubba Kush, the Blueberry Headband strain is produced by Emerald Triangle Seeds in Northern California.
This specific Blueberry Headband cultivar is said to taste like berries, diesel, and pepper when consumed.
The strain, according to Emerald Triangle Seeds, grows tall and, in 63 days of flowering, yields a lot of large, elongated, tightly clustered buds. Blueberry Headband is said to grow rapidly during the vegetative cycle and to yield long, beefy colas. Additionally, the breeder claims that Blueberry Headband is mold and mildew resistant.