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Here you can find all info about Sweet Berry from Professional Genetics Seeds. If you are searching for information about Sweet Berry from Professional Genetics Seeds, check out our Basic Infos or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information – or list all Sweet Berry Strains (2) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Sweet Berry

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Here you can find all info about Sweet Berry from Professional Genetics Seeds. If you are searching for information about Sweet Berry from Professional Genetics Seeds, check out our Basic Infos or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information – or list all Sweet Berry Strains (2) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Sweet Berry is a mostly sativa variety from Progen and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . Progens Sweet Berry is/was only available as feminized seeds.

Progens Sweet Berry Description

Sweet Berry feminizada surge del cruce de Original Bubble Gum x Secret Hybrid. Bubble Gum es una variedad de marihuana de origen americano, procede de California, la meca del cannabis estadounidense. En los a�os 90 se introdujo en el mercado europeo con idea de quedarse y hacerse un nombre. Progen ha obtenido Sweet Berry a partir de esta m�tica Bubble gum.

Una de las mejores y m�s destacables cualidades de Sweet Berry de Progen, es su concentraci�n de olores y sabores. Su aroma tiene una fuerte olor a chicle de fresa al igual que su sabor tambi�n est� muy marcado a fresa y frutas, un deleite para los paladares m�s exisitos. En cuanto a su efecto, empezaremos con un subid�n inicial bastante psicod�lico seguido de una increible relajaci�n f�sica a la vez que potente.

En cuanto a su estructura como planta, Sweet Berry es alta y poco ramificada, incluso un poco estirada, con lo que deberemos controlar la altura, por eso recomendamos caparla cortandole la yema. Si la temperatura del cultivo lo permite y podemos trabajar con el foco de iluminaci�n cerca, obtendremos plantas con forma de seto, peque�as y anchas. Todos ello la hace muy apta para el cultivo en sea of green (SOG).

En la fase �lgida de la floraci�n Sweet Berry no sorprende con todo su potencial, ofreciendo al cultivador unos cogollos densos y recubiertos de pegasosa resina. Se adapta muy bien a todo tipo de climas y es resistente a plagas y hongos. Adem�s es una variedad que asimila muy bien la absorci�n de nutrientes, lo que nos permitir� esprimirla al m�ximo para obtener una �ptima y abundante cosecha.

Cruce: Original Bubblegum x Secret hybrid
Predominancia: Sativa.
Cosecha: 8-9 semanas desde floraci�n.
Efecto: Euf�rico, cerebral, f�sico muy equilibrado.
Sabor: Afrutado, fresa �cida.
Altura: Media
Producci�n: Muy alta, interior 550gr/m2

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Super sweet, strawberry shaped cherry tomatoes are sure to be a summer sensation. Tomatoberry is a very high yielding variety bearing deep red fruit with a heart-like appearance and a delicious flavour.

Tomato Tomatoberry Garden F1

Super sweet, strawberry shaped cherry tomatoes are sure to be a summer sensation. Tomatoberry is a very high yielding variety bearing deep red fruit with a heart-like appearance and a delicious flavour.

Cascading trusses of sweetheart, and strawberry-shaped fruits with an outstanding flavour and a delightful aroma. Each tomato is about an inch high and an inch wide, perfect for salads and snacking straight from the vine. Tomatoberry has a very high sugar count, 8 to 10 on the Brix scale, delivering old-fashioned tomato excellence in a softer skin than modern supermarket cherry tomatoes.

Sow seeds under glass from February to March to plant out in April to May under protection. This early ripening cordon variety is best grown in the greenhouse, but is also suitable to grow in a sheltered spot on a sunny patio. Tomatoberry is an indeterminate tomato plant, it will continue to set fruit all summer, growing taller and taller. Late season fruit are slightly more pointed than earlier trusses. Skin resistis cracking. 65 days from transplanting.

RHS Award of Garden Merit Winner

How to Grow Tomato from Seed

Tomatoes can be bush, cordon (single stemmed) or vine varieties. Side shoots should be removed from the cordon varieties but are usually allowed to grow on bush or vine types. Vine tomatoes can be compact, intermediate or tall.

There are regular leaf varieties and potato leaf varieties, and types more suited to greenhouse or outdoor growing.

Tomatoes are easy to grow from seed, and the flavour of a ripe, freshly picked, sun-warmed tomato has been likened to tasting sunshine. Tomato seeds should be planted from late January through to April and kept at a temperature of 70-80F where germination occurs within 7 to 14 days.

When the seedlings are large enough to handle (2-4 leaves), transplant into individual 3 inch pots, and space well apart so that the leaves of one plant never overlap another, this helps prevent them getting leggy. Allow the roots to fill the pot before transplanting on again into Gro-Bags or 10inch pots. Keep tomato plants frost free at all times.

Most tomato plants require some kind of support by the time they reach 8 inches, either staking, stringing up or the use of growing frames is recommended.

Lower leaves should be removed as they start yellowing, which improves air flow and helps speed up ripening. Tomato plants need a sunny position.

Most cherry-type tomatoes do very well in sunny patio containers and hanging baskets. Be sure to offer plenty of light, and monitor moisture; plants grown in containers often dry out faster than those planted in the ground.

Space tomatoes around 3 feet apart, it is tempting to place them closer together when planting out but as the plants grow the light and airflow around them will reduce and the risk of disease will increase if they are too close together.

Water tomatoes thoroughly and evenly, but not too often, aim to keep moistire levels constant, avoiding over wetting or allowing the compost to dry out completely. Watering early in the day and keeping water away from the leaves where possible will allow the plants to dry off before evening and help to reduce the risk of disease.

Tomatoes can be harvested when they begin to show colour, they will continue to ripen after being removed from the plant. However, the closer you can get to vine-ripened the better the flavour will be. Fresh ripe tomatoes should not be stored in the refrigerator. Flavour and texture begins to deteriorate when the temperature drops below 12°C . Tomatoes are best stored at room temperature away from direct sunlight until ready to use. Refrigeration slows the ripening of tomatoes. Refrigerate only extra-ripe tomatoes you want to keep from ripening any further.