Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: This bud is a true old world sativa strain, with an incredible balance between a roaring cerebral effect and a slight, but noticeable body high. Very hard strain to find and the dispensary that had it said it was likely a one-time deal. Needless to say, I'll be back for more.
Venomberry is not only great at producing quality buds, but due to the incredibly low calyx-to-leaf ratio it is also favored among hash makers. It has lots of frosty sugar leaves. That make some excellent concentrates. These ladies have elongated, fairly dense buds and smell of sweet candy and fruit, after a decent cure. A strong and hearty Durban Uzbek Figwidow male was chosen to pollinate an incredibly resinous Chocolate Thai female. The result is a strain that has become widely popular in the Netherlands. Unfortunately you'll have to find it in the states, if you're not a Dutch resident, as they no longer allow foreigners to frequent their "coffee" shops.
These ladies will love light. The more lumens you provide, the better they will do. There seems to be no ceiling on the yield, provided enough lumens are used. Venomberry should be vegetated for 2 to 3 weeks, before forcing flowering. Once flowering is forced, these ladies should take anywhere from 10 - 11 weeks to become mature. There is an indica-dominant phenotype that has a flowering time of 8 - 9 weeks, although this pheno is somewhat uncommon. During late flowering, Venomberry often turns a crimson/lavender color, which makes for an absolutely breathtaking visual display. If you come across clones of this in a dispensary, you should most definitely get them. These ladies are somewhat hard to come across here in North America.