- Indica / Sativa
- 30% Indica /70% Sativa
- Loud Berry x Hippie OG
- 450 - 500 G/M2
- Outdoor Harvest
- Harvest October
- Medium - High
- Flowering time
- 10 Weeks
Hippieberry Strain Description
Hippieberry is the result of the cross between Loud Berry and Hippie OG. With a branched structure and fast growth, this sativa-dominant hybrid is a safe bet for SCROG-type crops, being ready to harvest in 10 weeks for indoor crops, and in October for outdoor crops.
Its flowers are dense and have a very intense fruity smell, which at times could be sweeter, maintaining in any case a stimulating and physical effect, perfect to enjoy throughout the day.
Frequently Asked Questions
Hippieberry is a hybrid strain. It results from a cross between the parent strains Loud Berry and Hippie OG.
Hybrids are cannabis variants that contain significant qualities of the two dominant species – Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica. This allows you to experience the best of both worlds by enjoying both species' therapeutic and recreational benefits.
However, the ratio of Sativa and indica species in hybrids usually varies significantly. Hippieberry is a Sativa-dominant strain. It contains 70% Sativa and 30% Indica properties.
But what exactly do the terms' Sativa-dominant' and 'Indica-dominant' imply?
Cannabis Sativa is a species noted for its significant concentrations of THC. THC is the primary mind-altering chemical in marijuana. It's the main compound that accounts for the plant's recreational properties. So, the more realistic interpretation of 'Sativa-dominant' is weed species significantly high in THC.
Cannabis Indica, on the other hand, is higher in CBD than THC. CBD is the most popular non-psychoactive compound in cannabis. It's the main ingredient in medical marijuana supplements.
Therefore, the Hippieberry strain is higher in THC and lower in CBD.
Indoor and Outdoor Adaptation
Hippieberry can thrive both indoors and outdoors. That makes it one of the easiest cannabis strains to cultivate.
A little care and maintenance are all that Hippieberry plants need to flourish. A significant part of that maintenance entails implementing the right temperature, humidity, airflow, and lighting conditions.
The right temperature conditions are generally between 65- and 75-degrees Fahrenheit from germination to flowering. You'll require humidity between 60% and 70% from the germination to the vegetative growth, reducing it to around 50% during the flowering phase.
Regarding air supply and lighting, note that Hippieberry strains will do well in conditions with maximum airflow and extended light duration. Therefore, you might want to invest in grow lights and fans for indoor plants.
Hippieberries are fast-growing plants that can take 10 – 14 weeks to attain full maturity.
The total duration measures the maturation period from the germination to the flowering stage. This period is relatively the same for both indoor and outdoor plants. But you can shorten it by giving your plants optimal care and maintenance.
The fact that Hippieberries can mature in 10 weeks allows you to have multiple planting seasons in a year.
The Hippieberry strain is one of the best-yielding cannabis species. The strain can offer returns up to 500 grams per square meter indoors.
Again, the total yield volume is nearly similar for outdoor plants and can be increased further by implementing the ideal growing conditions.
Taste and Aroma
In terms of taste, Hippieberry buds produce rich, fruity aromas. The flavor profile is often described as a delectable mix of berries and citrus. That's mainly due to the terpene limonene.
Terpenes are compounds that give the plant its distinctive taste and aroma. Other common terpenes besides limonene include pinene, myrcene, and linalool.
However, remember that Hippieberry's natural aroma can best be experienced when smoking or vaping fresh buds. In the case of edibles or topicals, the overall taste will reflect the flavor enhancers used.