The cannabis species of Cheese is the most smoked species in the United Kingdom. It also originated there. Cheese originated from older skunk breeds that were further developed by a team of growers from London. This resulted in a cannabis plant producing an odor so enourmous it was dubbed the name Cheese.
Cheese cannabis seeds have a flowering period duration of 8 weeks and ended up in the top ten of Dutch cannabis cups multiple times.
The Cheese breed boasts a relatively short flowering period and excellent bud formation.
Cheese is loved for it’s somewhat milder taste, average effect intensity and pleasant feeling.
Cheese cannabis seeds characteristics
– Suited for indoor as well as outdoor cultivation
– Delicious cheesy flavor
– Easy to grow species of weed
– Short flowering period
– Productive plants
– Suited for a Sea of Green
Information on Cheese cannabis seeds
Flowering period duration: 8 weeks
Genetics: Skunk Critical
50% sativa, 50% indica
Tallest plants outdoors: 100 – 200 cm
Harvesting season outdoors: from June to October
Indoor yield: 550 gr / m²
Outdoor yield: 100 – 300 gr / plant