Dutch breeders have raised the cheesy bar with this hard hitting cross of Original Cheese and Blue Cheese. Fans of the Cheese based strains will be in cheese heaven with this one.Triple Cheese is a nice and easy plant to grow and would be a suitable choice for beginners. The only thing to remember here is that some of these big phat kolas may need supporting towards the end of flowering. You should also make sure that you either have understanding neighbours or some pretty hefty odor control measures. This is stinky stinky weed.Triple Cheese remains compact at around 44” (110cm) in height. Yields are very good and tightly packed grow rooms should be able to turn over around 20oz per metre squared under 600W+ lights.With the ubiquitous Blueberry in the family tree, Triple Cheese has a strong flavor that is a potent cross of tart berries and heavy cheese dankness. The hit is a full on indica stone that can send your head west as well. This is sitting down weed that will spin you into a deep and comfortable stoner cocoon. Yum!StrainIndica dominantSeed OriginOriginal Cheese X Blue CheeseSeed BreederBarney’s FarmAuto Flower Seeds AvailableNoFeminized Seeds AvailableYesGrow IndoorsYesGrow OutdoorYesYield19oz – 21oz (550gm - 600gm) per M2Height IndoorsmediumHeight OutdoorsmediumFlowering Period8 weeksHarvest OutdoorseptemberTHC Level20% CBD: 0.8%Stoned or HighstonedGrow DifficultyeasyAwardsNoneWhy buy Barneys – Triple Cheese Feminised Seeds here?Since 1999 we have dealt with over 30 international seed banks and we only trust these guys. Our trusted partners offer excellent prices on fresh brand name seeds, great support and will make sure your delivery arrives discreetly worldwide.Buy Barneys – Triple Cheese Feminised Seeds – Worldwide DeliveryBuy Barneys – Auto Blue Cheese Autoflowering Feminised SeedsBuy Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese Feminised Seeds – Discreet DeliveryBuy Big Blue Cheese Feminized Marijuana SeedsFrom the forumInorganic growingInorganic growingCurious about inorganic growing5 Steps To Growing Marijuana Indoors for Dummies! [Infographic]Anything I can do better?