Feminized version of the famous “cheese” variety developed and stabilized in England from a skunk and Afghan cross.
Its very popular for its special flavour and aroma similar to cheese. Its an INDICA with an intense odour and a great taste that lingers in the mouth. It has a relaxing effect and is easy going.
It’s an INDICA looking plant with broad leaves, and medium-sized with a bushy aspect. Very easy to grow, with a short flowering stage which makes it very suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, being ready in about nine weeks indoors and early or mid-October outdoors.
Highly resistant to humid climates and wet environments. It is a very productive plant.
Indoor cultivation can reach more than 500 gr/m2 in optimal conditions.
Indoor Production: 450-550 gr/m2
Outdoor Production: 1000-1500 gr/plant
Indoor Flowering: 55-65 days
Outdoor Harvest: October (Northern Hemisphere) – April (Southern Hemisphere)