Blueberry Dragon Fire x 14 Strains (Open)

This listing is for seeds from a Blueberry Dragon Fire mother flowered with up to 20+ different males of 14 modern and heirloom lineages.

Blueberry Dragon Fire is (Blueberry Trainwreck x Breath of Green Dragon) bred by 7 East Genetics:

Breath of Green Dragon is: (Hindu kush x Afghan kush) x Blueberry TrainWreck).

Blueberry Dragon Fire - Smelled of intense Blueberry Cough Syrup. A very chemical/medicine Blueberry smell. Stone is strong in frontal lobe, stimulates creativity, prominently felt in temples. Smoke has no blueberry taste. Displayed mild susceptibility to powdery mildew. Stems deep purple throughout, since seedling stage. Easy rooter. Vigorous grower. Naturally narrow upright growth habit.

Below are short descriptions of the males. I've also referred to my notes as well as my prior (now closed) pollen listings. Photos of most of these males in early flower are available.

Male Pollon Donors:

I. Lemon Heads - "The stem rub on each of these two keepers is intense lemon; this one listed is more of an intense fresh lemon peel zest, the other is more of a chemically lemon pinesol." (Both kept.)

II. Krome Lemons - Faint soapy lemon scent. Kept for genetic variety in progeny.

III. 707 Chemdawg - One late-flowering male of excellent structure and scent; identified by the head grower as a keeper and dead ringer for Chemdawg terps. The grower has experience growing Chem lines.

IV. Sour Larry Lime Pebbles #4 - Two males; one tall vigorous male with intense fresh lime scent (#1), and another male that purpled up heavily--stems, sacs, leaves, everything deep purple with green veining.

V. Firedawg - "The stem rub hit me in the gut, made my eyes water, and dried out my throat for like twenty minutes; pretty much an intense allergic reaction." The head grower reports that several Firedawg females are better representations of Chemdawg than the 707 Chemdawg females.

VI. Deadhead OG x 4DD - My notes just say, "Boss says keep"

VII. Mint Julep - I found six males that smelled minty--but this one keeper smelled exactly like the Maker's Mark bourbon Mint Juleps my dad used to make at his Kentucky Derby party every year. Instant nostalgia. Kept as clone--will work toward finding these terps in future progeny.

VIII. Mint Sours - More than 70% of our 40+ seeds were male, so we speculated that these genes may have genetic predisposition to higher male populations--or more likely, just a statistical outlier. But this male kept was minty, but super sour like a shot of greenapple Sour Puss. Good find.

IX. Tropicanna Cookies F2 - Two males--one with a creamy orange vanilla terps, like orange soda and vanilla ice cream, or orange creamsicles. Another male with fresh squeezed orange juice terps.

X. Tropaya - One strongly Papaya dominant with a hint of lime, another with a nose identical to Peach Rings (candy peach creamy orange smell). Both experienced botrytis on stem tissue.

XI. Sky Cuddler - I hit these males hard with molds pressure--doused/drenched with a hose twice, daily kept in shade with no air flow, tried to induce stem rot and PM for 3+ weeks straight through August and September. All seven were invincible to PM. But I killed off a few with botrytis stem rot. Then four (4) mold-proof males were kept.

XII. Guerrilla Fumes - Intense eye-burning chemically stem rub like Firedawg and how a good Chemdawg should be. Kept one male.

XIII. Ghost OG - Super sticky stanky stem rub male. Great OG nose. Leaves and pollen sacs had trichomes.

XIV. Yuck Mouth - Gross sour and astringent vomit/puke smell, real gut-turning. Disgusting but kinda hard to stop smelling. Showed high susceptibility to botrytis stem rot.

Aside from the Yuck Mouth and Tropaya males which took on botrytis, everything else stood up well in the PNW outdoors. Had an especially rainy close to the season too.

All in all, some great flavours of several modern polyhybrids (and a few heavily worked well selected heirloom lines).

NOTE: Other females received these same male genetics: GSC and Death Bubba clones from a proven local keeper, selected Afghani Lemon Haze females from a seed population of 250.

GSC x 14 Strains (Open)

Death Bubba x 14 Strains (Open)

Afghani Lemon Haze x 14 Strains (Open)

Varietal type: Hybrid
Gender: Reg.
Flowering: 60 - 70 days
Yield: Medium
Height: Medium
Indoor / Outdoor:
Hybrid cultivars: Trainwreck
Indica cultivars: Blueberry
Quantity available: 50
Listing created Jan 11, 2020