cheese weed plant information

Tips for growing Cheese cannabis

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Strain overview: Originating in England around the 1980s, Cheese is known for its savory cheese aroma and well-rounded high. Big Buddha Seeds are known to have the best Cheese genetics available. They bring a pure Afghani indica into old Cheese genetics to create a powerful plant that still has all the unique Cheese characteristics.

Grow techniques: Cheese grows bushy, which makes it a great candidate for SCROG (screen of green), as you can trellis the plants to increase the yield. It performs well either in soil or hydro, and is a friendly plant for novice growers.

Flowering time: 8-9 weeks

Yield: Moderate to high

Grow difficulty: Easy

Climate: Best kept between 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit. This strain can handle humidity fluctuations.

Indoor/0utdoor: Cheese grows best indoors where it can be in a warmer climate. If you live in a warmer, more humid climate, try growing Cheese outside.

Feeding: Cheese doesn’t have many unique feeding requirements, so just make sure to feed your plant moderately.

Learn more about growing the Cheese cannabis strain, including its preferred environment, nutrients, and training techniques.

How To Grow The Cheese Marijuana Strain Indoors

Cheese Genetics

Cheese marijuana seeds will obviously produce plants that have a distinctive taste and aroma. In fact, your grow room might be filled with the scents of a cheddar cheese manufacturer rather than a weed grower. It is a hybrid strain with influences like Skunk and Kush. It started off in Europe but has made a name for itself throughout the world. Almost nothing can top the strange, but inviting aroma of cheddar cheese in a grow room.

Cheese Smoking Effects

While you might expect to get a very cheesy smoke with this variety, you’re actually more likely to end up with spicy, skunky aromas and tastes. In fact, the flavors associated with cheese are subtle rather than overpowering. The effect it has on you is twofold. That is to say, you’ll get both a quick clear-headed high, but a stoney feeling to balance it out. This is, of course, the indica and sativa portions of the strain working simultaneously. The smoke is quite smooth and quick to act, but it also lasts for long lengths of time for those looking for a constant buzz. It relaxes the body and clears your head so that you can do and think whatever you want.

Cheese Plant Features

One of the most obvious things about the Cheese marijuana strain is the fact that it produces that patented cheddar cheese smell. But, there’s a lot more to it than just that. It is also known for the sheer amount of tight, compact buds on the branches that are covered with little THC crystals (18% THC level). It has a physical appearance that resembles a sativa more than an indica with its thin, light-green leaves and semi-pale coloration. The Cheese marijuana seeds will flourish if given proper nutrients and tend to become very bushy. You’ll need to ensure that you have enough room (or at least enough pruning prowess) to grow them.

They only get to about 40 to 60 inches in height and produces around 18 ounces of usable bud per 10 square feet. They take about 8 to 10 weeks to flower, and you can purchase feminized Cheese marijuana seeds.

Cheese Medicinal Uses

The clearness of the high that Cheese produces is important for a lot of different medicinal users. Anxiety, depression, and overall stress can be treated well with the Cheese variety. The severity of migraines has also been reduced by this particular strain.

Cheese Genetics Cheese marijuana seeds will obviously produce plants that have a distinctive taste and aroma. In fact, your grow room might be filled with