|Origin:||Skunk#1 x Afghani||Height Outdoors:||Medium|
|Breeder:||Many Breeders||Flowering period:||8-10 Weeks|
|Auto flowering seeds available:||No||Harvest outdoor:||October|
|Feminized seeds available:||Yes||THC Level:||Medium 10% – 15%|
|Grow Indoors:||Yes||Stoned or High:||Euphoric High|
|Grow Outdoors:||Yes||Grow Difficulty:||Easy|
|Yield:||Medium 400gm (14.1oz) per M2||Awards won:||5 including a 1st in the High Times Cup 2006|
Cheese seeds are another plant with unclear origins. It most likely originated in southern England as a phenotype of Skunk#1 with particularly large buds and a distinctly cheesy odour. For many years it was only available as a clone from the original phenotype and began to enjoy local infamy among the Exodus community in Luton, Bedfordshire. Because of the nature of Exodus many people pass through and soon there was a network of growers across southern England. Eventually one of these clones was crossed with an Afghani father creating a stable strain with higher yields than the original cheese but retaining the characteristic aroma and most importantly, making Cheese seeds available.
Cheese weed is characterised by its intensely pungent cheesy odour with a fresh, fruity taste. The high is euphoric, visual, trippy and quite intense. You have been warned!