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Blue Mountain

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Basic / Breeders Info

Blue Mountain is an indica/sativa variety from Koala Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±56 days ), outdoors and in the greenhouse. Koala Seeds’ Blue Mountain is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Koala Seeds’ Blue Mountain Description

Koala`s heaviest yielding plants. BlueMountain cannabis seeds are the strain to choose when weight and bud size are the prime criteria. Ideal for those with a green thumb and a growers nose.

Blue Mountain marijuana seeds are the perfect addition to any successful breeders programme. Flower weight can be an issue with Blue Mountain. Remember to always tie, stake or use netting to support your flowers and branches.

Height: 160 Cm
Yield: 1000 grams

Blue Mountain Lineage / Genealogy

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That, plus the heat of the day, and the lack of manpower made for some challenges.

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A fire broke out at the Blue Mountain Seed location Thursday afternoon around 2 p.m.

According to La Grande Rural Fire Chief Larry Wooldridge, the fire originated with a piece of machinery in one of the buildings on Hwy. 82. The fire then expanded and went into the actual wood part of the building itself, and down into the basement and tried to burn up into the main structure.

Wooldridge said all the departments in the county sent resources to this fire, but the firefighters still struggled with not having enough manpower.

“Our main challenge was access to the fire because we couldn’t get to it with ladders,” Wooldridge told The Observer. “The city was having difficulty getting their ladder truck to the fire too.”

That, plus the heat of the day, and the lack of manpower made for some challenges.

Wooldridge estimated there were 20 to 24 firefighters who responded. He said the firefighters would be sent to get some water and rest after fighting the fire, but were asked as soon as they looked like they were ready to go back in.