Blackberry Gum Auto: Winner of the Homegrown Cup 2020 “Best Variety for making BHO”
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For a seed bank, winning a cannabis cup is always a reason to celebrate. Its the proof in the pudding that all of the tough work breeding and selecting in order to find that one special phenotype, was worth the effort.
Today we want to share our elation, and to tell you about our winning strain: Blackberry Gum Auto. Without a doubt, its a genetic that every cultivator will want to explore in their garden at least once in their lives.
Blackberry Gum Auto wins 3rd Best Variety Award for BHO at Homegrown CUP
One of our favorite genetics, the delicious Blackberry Gum Auto has won a spot on the podium in the most recent Homegrown CUP in December 2020.
This award is incredibly meaningful to us after what has served to be a difficult year for the entire world.
This award, which placed our Blackberry Gum Autoflowering as the third best variety to perform BHO extractions, inspires us to continue working diligently to create new and exotic genetics that well surprise growers all over the world.
Blackberry Gum Auto wins 3rd Best Variety Award for BHO at Homegrown CUP.
What is the Homegrown Cup?
Surely many of you are asking, “What is the Homegrown Cup?” We’d like to give you a brief history of the cup.
This cannabis cup was started in 2015 and came out of the ancient agricultural tradition of celebrating the harvest when the season comes to an end. Thus, the first Homegrown CUP was held in December 2015 in Amsterdam, and subsequent editions have taken place in different cities in the Netherlands.
Blackberry Gum Auto, Winner of the Homegrown Cup: 3rd Place “Best Variety for making BHO”.
Homegrown CUP 2020: a special edition
For 6 years, and always around the same dates, the Homegrown CUP has been the finishing touch to the outdoor cannabis growing season, and evaluates the most outstanding strains on the market.
The 2020 cup was a “Home edition”, and was held in Tilburg under special conditions due to the corona virus crisis. Participation was occurred at home and the score was tallied through an app to ensure the safety of the participants.
Characteristics of Blackberry Gum Auto
Blackberry Gum Auto is a feminized autoflowering variety, with a delicious and fruity flavor that even the most gourmet palates have fallen in love with.
This is a strain that stands out for how beautiful it is. During the flowering period, the buds of Blackberry Gum Autoflowering become blue and purple, and give off a penetratingly sweet aroma: a total spectacle for the senses.
This indica-dominant hybrid is the result of a Bubble Gum x Blueberry cross, and will be ready to harvest approximately 75 days after germination. It is a genetic suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, and has a high-flying effect thanks to its high THC levels that are around 22%.
Thanks to its relaxing, anxiolytic and long lasting effects, Blackberry Gum Autois perfect to consume. A perfect prelude to a good night’s sleep.
Blackberry Gum Auto from Seedstockers: a variety that exudes quality from all directions
In the process of creating Blackberry Gum, we had a clear premise: we wanted a genetics that would offer high-quality crops in record time. This is how this cannabis gem was born, a variety that in a short time gives away abundant harvests of buds full of resin.
It is a perfect variety for novice growers with a fine palate. With very little effort, flowers with high levels of cannabinoids and terpenes are obtained. It is exactly for these attributes that this variety has been chosen as a favorite in the Homegrown CUP for BHO extractions.
To get the most out of Blackberry Gum Auto, you just need to follow a few simple growing tips:
We recommend growing it in a particularly aerated substrate.
Do not transplant it, once the seed germinates, place it in its definitive pot.
During the first 3 weeks of life, apply frequent irrigation but in small amounts, it is very important not to drown it during this period.
We hope that you’ll enjoy Blackberry Gum Auto as much as we do. Here’s to a good harvest!