You can already find one of the most beloved genetics of the cannabis planet available at PEV Grow, this time versioned by the cannabis masters of Big Buddha Seeds. Nothing more and nothing less than Cheese! This variety of marijuana is born from the cross between the Original Cheese and an Afghan, which gives greater production and further enhances its organoleptic properties with very special touches.
How is Cheese like?
Big Buddha Seeds' Cheese is a sativa-predominant hybrid that doesn't mind at all which environment grow it in, whether it's coconut, hydroponics or soil, you choose. I recommend soil because it is where I have achieved more productivity. It has an open structure and a tendency to stretch, especially in outdoor crops. You will be able to cut it in about 60-65 days from germination.
What does Cheese taste like?
Its flavor is simply magnificent. An intense cured cheese flavor is the center of the drag, but on top of that this version of Big Buddha Seeds will add some spice touches which will make it even more exclusive.
What effect does Cheese produce?
Its effect is very active at the mental level, also ensuring a clean and happy ascent. Perfect for a good laugh with friends but, with the passage of the puffs, is transformed into a fairly good body relaxation. If you stay at home to watch the new Weeds season… then even better.
How to grow Cheese?
In indoor crops you won't have too many problems with height because, despite being a dominant sativa variety, it’s really fast and will be ready in just 60-65 days from germination. Placing it in pots of 7 liters you will fit about 14 plants per m2 and, with respect to the heat lights, I recommend the installation of a LEC with 315w that offers the best ratio gr/w market.
As you may have guessed, its aroma is very intense. If you want to go unnoticed it’s essential that you install a good carbon filter.
In outdoor crops you must keep in mind that, as I said before, its aroma is very brutal so, if you don’t live in an isolated area, it will be difficult for you not to attract attention. Its sativa structure favors the penetration of light to the lowest areas of the plant, so there are usually quite similar specimens. With a substrate that comes ready to avoid shortages, such as Complete Mix Top Crop, you only have to worry about watering.
What is Cheese’s production?
Productively Cheese is a specimen much loved by growers, as it easily yields about 450 grams per m2 indoors, while in outdoor crops the production is between 350-600 grams per plant.
Don’t miss this chance to grow a true classic yourself, one which combines quality, production and flavor. Can one ask for anything more?