Shishkaberry, otherwise known as “Kish” is a 80/20 Indica dominant hybrid that came about from crossing DJ Short Blueberry with an undisclosed Afghani cultivar.
This strain was originally created by a group of anonymous growers, and it won second place for best Indica strain at the 2001 High Times’ Cannabis Cup.
The average THC level in Shishkaberry strain is around 15%.
Some versions of Shishkaberry are not an ideal option for novice users, as their THC content can max out at a whopping 26%. However, the average THC level for this strain is around 15%, which allows hypersensitive individuals to consume it in moderate amounts.
Shishkaberry is greenhouse-grown in the Niagara region, and it’s quite popular in Canada and the Pacific Northwest.
This strain has dense, spade-shaped dark green nugs with purple shades and minty green leaves. On top of that, Shishkaberry is recognizable by its furry dark amber hairs with a thick frosty coating of white trichomes.
Shishkaberry Taste and Aroma
Shiskaberry buds have a fruit and berry aroma, and their taste is very earthy which leaves you with a pleasantly sweet aftertaste.
Well-known for its alluring aroma, it will greet your senses with a sweet and fruity scent. As for the flavour, Shishkaberry also has a somewhat earthy note that perfectly balances out the sweetness.
Shishkaberry has a very pleasant sweet and fruity scent accompanied by an earthy and berry aroma.
This strain’s luscious sugary and earthy-fresh aroma is a product of beta-caryophyllene, myrcene, limonene and humulene in its terpene profile.
Get ready for a rollercoaster with this strain, as it will start off with a classic Sativa uplifting head high that leaves you social and attentive. If you have something that needs doing, take advantage of this first wave of effects before things gradually begin to change.
After a while you’ll notice the potent Indica high start flowing over your entire body, and you will feel relaxed and ready for a mellow soothing session on your couch.
Shishkaberry starts off as a classic Sativa strain and continues as a rather potent Indica strain.
To conclude, Shishkaberry’s starting effects are excellent for social occasions, but later down the line this strain is much better suited for leisure activities.
Shishkaberry Growing Requirements
When it comes to growing your own, Shishkaberry can be considered a fairly cooperative strain. It can thrive in a variety of growing environments, and yields a very decent amount of flowers.
The not so patient cultivators will also enjoy Shishkaberry’s rapid flowering time which averages from 7 to 9 weeks, but can begin as early as 45 days.
Although it’s a relatively hands-off strain, you will still need to watch out for pests and mold if you’re planning on growing your Shishkaberries outside.
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