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Written by seedadvisor January 01, 2011
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The most difficult genotype in our entire catalogue is a three-way cross featuring the best of several predominantly indica strains. One of these is one of the most indica-rich Blueberries that we have, with a very high yield and maintaining all the properties that this variety is known for (short height, fast flowering and a bluish tone).

Another of the components is an original Afghan (Mazar-i-Sharif), a very good resin producer that also gives a generous harvest. The final ingredient in this indica cocktail is our Black Domina, which gives it a more ramified structure when grown outdoors or indoors in seven-to-ten-litre pots, and more height than the results of the first crosses.

Even so, the plant forms a thick central bud, hardening because of the number of flowers that form overlapping bunches. The plant starts to form crystals as soon as it begins to flower, eventually becoming covered in a thick coat of sticky resin, like large drops of caramel. It immediately produces trichomes with lime-green heads, and by the time it has nearly finished it has a whitish/golden appearance with a penetrating smell. When subjected to low temperatures the colour turns a bluish purple. It forms thick, healthy cuttings that are suitable for cloning.

Median nodes develop with huge, fat leaves. It withstands large amounts of fertiliser when growing and is resists to periods of drought very well. Indoors we recommend using a lot of wattage to optimise the crop’s results (800W/m2). The recommended vegetative cycle indoors is two weeks for a good yield. With hydroponic systems the results are particularly impressive and quick to ripen.

It works very well outdoors, occupying a circumference of several square metres. We recommend propping it well to support the weight of the buds. With good pruning, the plants will grow into large bushes up to 2 m tall.

The flowering cycle is 58-65 days, so it will be ready for harvesting in early September. We recommend using carbohydrates to bring out all the flavour. The smell is very deep, with a hint of bitter orange. The high is fast and deep, lifting you up and making you float before firmly bringing you back.

Very high THC levels. Produces a very strong hash when extracted with ice.

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Mataro Blue is the most sought-after strain in their collection. It is regarded by some as an example of perfect auto-flowering hybridisation. The choice of specimen for this particular cross was interesting in that it was chosen for its ability to add height and, subsequently, more flower sites. Even still, these plants are relatively short.
Mataro Blue presents in a number of phenotypes – some slender and tall by the strain's standards, others short and bushy. The shape and height are the only noticeable variations, however. They all grow a large central cola that is just bursting with delicious buds, all with loads of trichomes and and enough lateral branches to increase yields considerably.
Mataro Blue finishes in about 70 days, but it is fine to let them go even longer. They even tell you when they're good to go – younger plants have a yellow-amber colour in the leaves that turns blue as the plant matures. When they take on their signature green-blue hypnotic hue, you know it's almost time to experience the magic. These buds are like a fine wine: they get better with age. Let them cure for a few weeks and their potency and psychoactive qualities will increase dramatically.
When grown outdoors, Mataro Blue stands up well to different kinds of weather but is not good in extreme cold or frost. Plant in May, harvest in September; it's the best way to ensure good quality and maximum yield.
Indoors, the plants respond best to nutrient-rich pH-balanced soil. Experienced growers, however, can make a good go of them in any kind of setup. Regardless of the growing method or environment, these feminised seeds will reward even the most novice of growers with high yields and excellent quality product. They are a great choice for first-timers or veteran growers who want to work with a good, low-maintenance strain.
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Shamrock1888 Reviewed by Shamrock1888 May 26, 2015
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Mataro Blue

Mataro Blue is the most sought-after strain in their collection. It is regarded by some as an example of perfect auto-flowering hybridisation. The choice of specimen for this particular cross was interesting in that it was chosen for its ability to add height and, subsequently, more flower sites. Even still, these plants are relatively short.
Mataro Blue presents in a number of phenotypes – some slender and tall by the strain's standards, others short and bushy. The shape and height are the only noticeable variations, however. They all grow a large central cola that is just bursting with delicious buds, all with loads of trichomes and and enough lateral branches to increase yields considerably.
Mataro Blue finishes in about 70 days, but it is fine to let them go even longer. They even tell you when they're good to go – younger plants have a yellow-amber colour in the leaves that turns blue as the plant matures. When they take on their signature green-blue hypnotic hue, you know it's almost time to experience the magic. These buds are like a fine wine: they get better with age. Let them cure for a few weeks and their potency and psychoactive qualities will increase dramatically.
When grown outdoors, Mataro Blue stands up well to different kinds of weather but is not good in extreme cold or frost. Plant in May, harvest in September; it's the best way to ensure good quality and maximum yield.
Indoors, the plants respond best to nutrient-rich pH-balanced soil. Experienced growers, however, can make a good go of them in any kind of setup. Regardless of the growing method or environment, these feminised seeds will reward even the most novice of growers with high yields and excellent quality product. They are a great choice for first-timers or veteran growers who want to work with a good, low-maintenance strain.

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