The Cheese strain of cannabis that originated in the UK has taken the cannabis world by storm. Originally a clone only strain, Cheese is now widely available in seed form and each of the major breeders has had a go at releasing their own version.Royal Cheese from Royal Queen Seeds is a feminized version of the original Cheese that has all the desirable traits of the original.Royal Cheese will grow to around 3’ – 4’ indoors. Outdoors in full sun this strain does like to stretch and should top more than 6.5 feet in sunny environments. She is quite an easy plant to grow and will respond very well to a variety of techniques. LST, topping and Supercropping will all result in enhanced yields.Maybe the most important feature of Royal Cheese marijuana, as with the original Cheese, is the smell. This is one stinky cheesey mother of a plant and if you have stealth issues you should give this some serious thought. Good carbon filtration is essential indoors, and outdoors you will need either understanding neighbors or no neighbors at all!It is outdoors that you will realize the best yields from Royal Cheese. Indoor yields are average, although the quality and potency more than makes up for this.When smoked, Royal Cheese cannabis carries a very hard hitting punch that can be quite brutal. The hit is a mixture of cerebral and physical, just make sure you have nothing planned for the next few hours as Royal Cheese weed can be more than a bit debilitating.StrainIndica/Sativa 60/40Seed OriginSkunk X AfghaniSeed BreederRoyal Queen SeedsAuto Flower Seeds AvailableNoFeminized Seeds AvailableYesGrow IndoorsYesGrow OutdoorYesYieldAround 8.8oz – 10.5oz (250gm – 300gm) per M2 indoors. Around 21oz – 23oz (600gm – 650gm) per plant outdoorsHeight IndoorssmallHeight OutdoorsmediumFlowering Period9 - 10 weeksHarvest OutdooroctoberTHC Level13% (High CBD)Stoned or HighbothGrow DifficultyeasyAwardsNoneFrom the forumInorganic growingInorganic growingCurious about inorganic growing5 Steps To Growing Marijuana Indoors for Dummies! [Infographic]Anything I can do better?