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Who has grown Barneys Farm Blue Cheese?

420OldSchoolDJ420
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Who has grown Barneys Farm Blue Cheese?

How long did it take?
How was high? Taste? Smell? Yield?

MostlyCrazy
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420OldSchoolDJ420
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sweet thx for the heads up.. So how was the BF LSD ? Was it mainly Indica? Stoney? How fast did it flwoer?

drifter1978
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Who has grown Barneys Farm Blue Cheese?

How long did it take?
How was high? Taste? Smell? Yield?

smokinmayne
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MostlyCrazy
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I did a smoke report here

If you have any further questions I’d be happy to inform.

Jerry Garcia
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1 week into flower. They are pretty stout with tight node spacing and respond well to topping. I successfully took 4 clones (2 of each pheno) and all rooted between 10-14 days.

I’m using the Blue Mountain Organics nutrient line and vegged them for about a month under 26w CFL’s, flowering under 400w HPS.

Just ordered some LSD too!

MostlyCrazy
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Just don’t put the blue cheese and the LSD in the same tank. LSD likes high nutes and the BC does not.

smokinmayne
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Just don’t put the blue cheese and the LSD in the same tank. LSD likes high nutes and the BC does not.

Rocky Top High
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I have grown BF BlueCheese. The other poster is right, it is very nute sensitive but mine is a Cal-Mag whore. She really screams for it. The yields were average for me. I get about 40-45 grams per plant. Not bad. not great.

The smell and taste are absolutely top level. It smells just like fresh baked blueberry muffins. Everyone who smokes it just flips out over the smell and taste. The buds were covered in trichs and were about golf ball sized. The high is a more sativa high. fun, energizing type of high but nothing that will lay you out.

I won’t keep her in my garden long term but I have a homie who wants to grow it outside so I will keep one growing through the winter and then get him some clones next spring. I am currently looking for ONE lady to go with my Kali Mist. Seedsman WW. Cali Connection Larry OG Kush but unfortunately, it won’t be the bluecheese. She is a nice strain just not “elite”.

Brick Top
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Big Buddha Blue Cheese is a good smoke but I am not impressed by its growth. It is not like it has slow growth but at least in my case it was a rather lanky spread out long branched strain with few budsites that were spread very far apart. It grew to be very wide and took up far more space than could be justified by its production.

I vegged with a 400-watt MH (conversion bulb) and kept it as close as possible without creating any heat issues but still the nodal spacing was not impressive at all. In comparison I grew Seedsman Seeds White Widow at the same time under the exact same conditions and its nodal spacing was ultra tight. Branches were stacked like a deck of playing cards and later when in flower it was thickly covered with budsites. Because of that I know the Big Buddha Blue Cheese growth was not due to growth conditions lacking in any way.

Another reason that makes me positive the lanky growth was not due to conditions is Big Buddha’s Blue Cheese is predominantly sativa. It took 3rd place in the 2006 High Times Cannabis Cup sativa category.

I was very excited when I chose it and began to grow it but as time passed my excitement lessened more and more and in the end I was not all that impressed. As I said the smoke was good but there just was not as much of it as I would have liked there to have been and as I also said the space it took up was not able to be justified by it’s production.

Based on friend’s results from Barneys Farm Blue Cheese I would still pick Big Buddha Blue Cheese if I were to grow Blue Cheese again, but only because of the quality of the smoke, but in my case I doubt I will grow it again.

Jerry Garcia
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Just don’t put the blue cheese and the LSD in the same tank. LSD likes high nutes and the BC does not.

420OldSchoolDJ420
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PeaceIndiefly
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I have grown BF BlueCheese. The other poster is right, it is very nute sensitive but mine is a Cal-Mag whore. She really screams for it. The yields were average for me. I get about 40-45 grams per plant. Not bad. not great.

The smell and taste are absolutely top level. It smells just like fresh baked blueberry muffins. Everyone who smokes it just flips out over the smell and taste. The buds were covered in trichs and were about golf ball sized. The high is a more sativa high. fun, energizing type of high but nothing that will lay you out.

I won’t keep her in my garden long term but I have a homie who wants to grow it outside so I will keep one growing through the winter and then get him some clones next spring. I am currently looking for ONE lady to go with my Kali Mist. Seedsman WW. Cali Connection Larry OG Kush but unfortunately, it won’t be the bluecheese. She is a nice strain just not “elite”.

PeaceIndiefly
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iivan740
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Who has grown Barneys Farm Blue Cheese?

How long did it take?
How was high? Taste? Smell? Yield?

My barneys bc took right under 10 weeks. The plant was weak and spindle with little buds, and the yeild was small. The buds were covered with crystals, and the smell was awesome if you like the stank (smelled like I dried it in shit). When lit it smelled like a nasty wet fart, it was disgusting.

We laughed forever because it seemed like whereever the bowl was that person was shitting themself.

The high was somewhere between 6 and 7.

The taste was earthy and smooth, I mean really smooth like hitting a light cigarette when you are use to newports. I absolutely loved the smoothness. Even the green hit was smooth.

My main problem with it is I get a cracking headache afterwords everytime. Like a hangover headache.

I will not bother with it again for a few reasons; 1. To me the smell isn’t appealing. 2. God the smell. 3. The yeild is low (and I love some Strawberry cough) 4. The after effect.

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Blue Cheese
Barney’s Farm
Couch-bound creeper

Strain: Barneys Farm Blue Cheese
Growth: Bushy,little stretch during flowering
Nutes: AN. Iguana grow/bloom, big bud, Overdrive, Molasses. Yield: 1.5 ounces per plant
Bag Appeal: Looks good
Smell: Very blueberry during flower. Once cured it took on a funky cheesy berry smell. Hard to explain. Very unique.
Taste: Delicious. um um good The
High: Its alittle bit of a creeper. Once it gets a hold of you you’re couch bound. Comments: Overall a great strain. Soil grow under 400 hps. Very stable, no problems at all. Highly recomend.

Well I must say after just finishing a pipe of this strain I am half way to being off my face. This weed is sublime. The taste reminded me of fruit and spice with a very distinct hashness to it. In a word ” YUM “. Well worth the money for these seeds. Will definitely purchase again.

Blue Cheese
Big Buddha
(Skunk No. 1 (Cheese) x Afghani) x Blueberry
Growth: Very branchy “christmas tree” structure with many leaves. The leaves have non-over-lapping leaflets. – 3 clones of the one original mom were vegged until

14 inches high (concurrently the plants were mature as far as leaflets number and phyllotaxy.) They were put in flowering for 8-9 weeks. No more time was needed.
Nutes: Veg = MG’s Organic 8-0-0 (made from sugar beat molasses), more molasses, EWC, tap water, the liquid dechlorinator from the pet store. Flower = 2-4-1 fish emulsion for early flowering, Alaska MoarBloom 0-10-10 for the rest. Tap water with EWC, the dechlor, and the molasses also. It should be noted that a version of the “3 little birds” mix as a growing medium. It can be posted if enough people are curious enough (aka 1 person asks).
Yield:

21 grams per plant, and CFLS were used. It is suspect yield can go up if A. more CFLS are used. B. HID lights are used. C. the sunlight it used. Bag Appeal: Good lookin’, but not the most insane thing. It’s green, healthy lookin’, and trichs can be seen. Pics will be posted later this week.
Smell: It actually smells like blueberry muffins when it’s flowering, and has undertones of blueberry when it’s cured. Break open some nugs by hand and not only get sticky hands, but inhale the nice sweet fragrance that escapes. The overtones are more of a mild neo-skunk. None of the musky cheese odor has been detected yet. The blueberry undertones being sort of sweet and musky goes well with skunk-lite smell. Taste: Tastes like good, clean, smooth smoke. Not too overpowering/expansive, so it may trick you into smoking more when you really don’t need anymore. It should be noted the stash being reviewed has been in jars for

3 weeks after a solid dry got 6-7 days, and then a brown bagging for another 3-4 days. so that’s 30 days of drying/curing. I suspect aroma and taste may change a bit after another month jar’d.
The High: Smoke a little, you won’t be so angry or sad (not all pot doesn’t help me not be angry.) Smoke a joint with friends and everyone will be happy and probably hungry. Smoke some more and you’re not gettin’ out of that chair/couch unless to bathroom/food/drink. Smoke more and you’re out cold; sweet dreams. I would say it’s a great “working-pot” because it’s easy to get caught up in all the eating, sitting, laughing, and sleeping. Comments: It was pretty easy to grow. It roots and clones well. It is easy to over-water. Stretch was minimal, but I’m not sure if that was because they were transplanted right before flowering. I’m goin’ to keep runnin’ a clone factory on this strain. I like what it does, how it smells, and how it grows. It is leafy so it’s sort of a pain in the butt to trim. The trimming comment is the only negative.

Strain: Big Buddha Blue Cheese
Growth: medium-tall (2nd biggest cola in my grow every time, 12″, topped only by Whiteberry)
Nutes: BioCanna, and Blue Mountain Organics
Yield: Not sure yet, still curing. but alot.
Bag Appeal: Blueberry crossed with Cheese, what more could you ask for?
Smell: Strong, strange, cheesy berryness. Taste: Fantastic.
The High: Very Strong, and a creeper, puts me on my ass. Seriously, really strong.
Comments: The high on this is amazing, I think I grew it right this time, because I just smoked a sample bowl, (it’s not even cured yet) and I guess I had too much because I got really, really, really, high. I’d check this out for medicinal purposes.

Sorry I don’t remember who wrote this stuff but its from RUI members

Who has grown Barneys Farm Blue Cheese? How long did it take? How was high? Taste? Smell? Yield? thanks