Green House Cheese Feminized Marijuana Seeds
|Origin:||Skunk#1 x Afghani Kush||Height Outdoors:||Medium|
|Breeder:||Green House||Flowering period:||8-10 Weeks|
|Auto flowering seeds available:||No||Harvest outdoor:||October|
|Feminized seeds available:||Yes||THC Level:||High|
|Grow Indoors:||Yes||Stoned or High:||Both|
|Grow Outdoors:||Yes||Grow Difficulty:||Easy|
|Yield:||High <600gm (14.1oz) per M2||Awards won:||Various|
Cheese is a cannabis strain that features high on everybody’s list. The original Cheese was isolated from a particularly smelly and potent Skunk #1 phenotype in southern England. Since being first made commercially available by Big Buddha, it seems as though every seed bank now have their own version of Cheese available on the market.
Green House Feminized Cheese is a great bit of breeding. This plant carries the same funky stench as the original. Yields are better however and Green House Feminized Cheese will respond well to grow room techniques such as SOG and SCROG.
The hit from Green House Cheese is the same as always; an intense narcotic body stone complete with waves of mellow deliciousness. There’s an added euphoria with the high as well and, even though you might not be able to move, your brain will be running on overdrive.
Green House Cheese Feminized cannabis is just like the Cheese we all know and love, but with some love and care in the grow room, you’ll have more of it.
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