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Blue Fruit originated in the mountains of Oregon in the US before spreading further afield where it was subjected to enhanced breeding and selection practices to improve it. It was a cross of Purple Mexican, Thai Sativa and a high-yielding Afghani plant.

Blue Fruit is a delicious and aromatic cannabis strain that gives a beautiful and colourful display towards the end of flowering with purples and violets to the fore. It can produces some relatively unstable plants that have leaf deformities but the aroma and resin production is unaffected by this. It is a strain that can be grown in all environments with indoor flowering taking between 8 – 10 weeks. Outdoors plants will be ready to harvest during October in the northern hemisphere.

Growers can expect to find sweet, fruity aromas as well as an acrid indica acidity from the Afghan genetics. It has a surprisingly long after-taste that makes it extremely more-ish. With THC production as high as 19% its special qualities are appreciated by all who try this strain


Breeder/Brand Dinafem Seeds
Product Type Seeds THC
Genetics Mexican Purple x Thai x Afghani (Blueberry)
Variety Mostly Indica
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Sex Feminised
THC Content 12-19%
Grows Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors
Flowering Time 8-10 Weeks
Harvest Month October
Taste / Flavour Fruity, Kush, Sweet

About Dinafem Seeds

In 2005, after accumulating years of experience growing cannabis in all of its varieties, Dinafem Seeds decided to cultivate their own strains.

Interestingly, Dinafem Seeds are the leading pioneers in cannabis seed preservation. They are internationally recognised for their part in revolutionising seeds storage. When they first opened as a seed bank, Dinafem Seeds were finding that many of the seeds that they were sending or receiving were damaged due to the sub-standard packaging. Plastic containers were not protecting the seeds from humidity and light, while paper envelopes were simply not stable enough to protect the valuable contents.

Dinafem Seeds now use packaging that prevents seeds being irreversibly damaged. The seeds are first placed in a clear, plastic vial, similar to ones used in a standard laboratory. This vial is then placed inside a strong metal container ensuring absolute safety when products are being shipped across the world.

Dinafem Seeds have been selling the best selection of sativa and indica cannabis seeds worldwide from their own and from other seed banks for over ten years now. Since their origins as novice growers, they have researched the genetics of many plants to produce their own seeds, all of which are appreciated worldwide.

By the end of the 21st century, Dinafem Seeds was not only recognised for their superior preservation techniques, but also for the high quality of their feminised strains. Their Moby Dick CBD is immensely popular thanks to its fantastic medicinal properties and long-lasting cerebral effect. While their fantastic Blue Kush strain is a customer favourite for its potency and its intense flavour and aroma.

Here at Seedsman, we stock more Dinafem strains than most other seedbanks, which is why it continues to be an immensely popular breeder on our site. Try for yourself, buy Dinafem Seeds from Seedsman now.

Blue Fruit originated in the mountains of Oregon in the US before spreading further afield where it was subjected to enhanced breeding and selection practi

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This variety was originally developed in the mountains of Oregon,
USA and later spread throughout America and Canada, where it
was massively cultivated, selected, developed and enhanced. The
original genetics was a cross between a purple Mexican variety, a
Thai Sativa and an original Afghani high-yield strain.
This strain is known internationally to be less stable than most seed
normally found for domestic use. But that doesn’t keep it from
being deliciously aromatic and having an incredible purple-violet
autumn colour that makes it one of the most beautiful around. The
instability is seen in mutant plants that grow deformed leaves, but
when they flower they are surprisingly aromatic and resinous.
sweet fruity aroma that ranges from pure intense fruit to a
combination of fruit and a strong acidy smell of Afghani mountain
Indica. This cannabis tastes sweet and fruity, like sweet red berries;
in some cases the smoking flavour is so intense it produces a longlingering aftertaste, which is why this is one of the most highly
sought after strains by fans of this variety.
Except for the growth of a certain % of mutant plants, the ones that
grow normally are quite vigorous; even the Indica phenotypes of
this variety grow a lot more than most of the hybrids used; plant
height often needs to be controlled, especially when it’s grown
It is a good producer, although because of the great variation some
of the plants are more Sativa than others and deliver less than
average yields; but the sweetest flavour comes from these more
Sativa plants.
This particular variety produces more occasional masculine flowers
at the top of the buds than most of the well-known cannabis seeds.
Once again, the special quality, colour, resin, aroma and taste of
this little gem justify these shortcomings. The vast majority of the
plants that produce masculine flowers pose no problem; however,
cool growing temperatures are recommended and 50% humidity
level. Also, avoid light stressing tips of plants; it’s better to keep the
light level down for less stress.
They take on a purple-violet tone both indoors and outdoors when
nights are cold; the colder the nights, the more intense the autumn
colour of the plants.
Abundant resin, combination body-head high; psychoactive but
nicely balanced by the calming effect.
The ultimate combination of autumn colour, sweet berry aroma
and flavour, resin crystal covered flowers has captivated thousands
of growers around the world.

Many people like taste and colour in their plants, without ruling out production and strength. The California Hash Plant line crossed with a Blueberry gives a good example of this concept. The bluish, purple, reddish colour of Blueberry and its swee