L.A. Cheese is a cannabis strain that has attracted much attention in recent years. Many breeders lay claim to it, including DNA Genetics, Big Buddha, Reserva Privada and Royal Dutch Genetics. When L.A. Cheese won 3rd place at the 2010 Cannabis Cup it was entered by The Green Place coffee shop.Since the original Exodus Cheese came to light, it was just a matter of time before a succession of excellent hybrids was spawned, and this is one of them. By crossing Cheese with Triple Crown winner L.A. Confidential, breeders have realized the best of two legendary strains. The resulting plant generally holds a tight, Indica structure, although there are two common phenotypes, one of them taller like the Cheese, the other short like the L.A. Confidential.Buds are light green compared to the dark green leaves, and dense with thick creamy pistils. Most growers recommend pinching to bush her out and vegging clones for 2-3 weeks for best yields.The L.A. Cheese cannabis strain is as stinky as her pedigree would suggest and growers for whom stealth is an important issue should either consider serious odor control or simply choose a different strain. The taste is strong and sweeter than the aroma would lead you to believe. The hit delivers a deep rolling body stone that can be lazy and overwhelming. L.A. Cheese weed has been recommended for pain relief and as such should be of interest to the medical marijuana community.StrainIndica/Sativa 70/30Seed OriginL.A. Confidential X CheeseSeed BreederSeveral BreedersAuto Flower Seeds AvailableNoFeminized Seeds AvailableYesGrow IndoorsYesGrow OutdoorYesYield350gm – 450gm (12.5oz – 15.5oz) per M2Height IndoorsmediumHeight OutdoorsmediumFlowering Period8-9 weeksHarvest OutdoorjanuaryTHC LevelHighStoned or HighstonedGrow DifficultyeasyAwards3rd Place - 2010 High Times Cannabis CupFrom the forumInorganic growingInorganic growingCurious about inorganic growing5 Steps To Growing Marijuana Indoors for Dummies! [Infographic]Anything I can do better?