PEV Grow presents Cheese Dawg from Big Buddha Seeds. This weed is the result of the combination between USA’s mythical Chemdawg and the winning archi of cups and flagship of this seed bank: Big Buddha Cheese. This was the only possible way to obtain a variety that has everything to make a claim to the world cannabis throne. You can’t let it escape!
How is Cheese Dawg like?
Cheese Dawg is a dominant Indica hybrid, which marks the structure provided by this weed with the natural pyramidal shape which concentrates the production in a long apical tail with some satellite branches. Very simple to cultivate, thanks to its easy adaptability to the environment. It’s fast, ready to be cut in between 8-10 weeks from germination.
What does Cheese Dawg taste like?
Its organoleptic properties combine very pleasant fruity touches with a background of aged cheese, and that typical aroma of Big Buddha Seeds Cheese. A 5-star experience!
What effect does Cheese Dawg have?
Cheese Dawg’s effect is very powerful, relaxing and very sedative on a physical level, while your mind flies off to the 6th dimension in a full speed trip where dreams come true. Blessed smoking!
How is Cheese Dawg grown?
In indoor crops it reacts very well to the light from a LEC 315w light bulb, due to its large number of lumens and small Cheese Dawg’s great need for light. It is really fast and does not need extraordinary care to offer high yields. With 5.5 liter pots you will get specimens a little bit smaller, but you can place more pots and pick them up a little earlier. The extractor should be plugged in whenever the light is active, and in a period of darkness program it to connect 15 minutes for every hour and 30 minutes for every hour of flowering.
Outdoor crops will be ripe by the end of October. Don't worry, because you're probably wondering if they will hang on without any help, and the answer is yes, since they’re quite a natural wonder. To begin with, place it in a small pot of about 3 liters, when you see that it doesn't grow any more you pass it to a 5 liters pot, and so on to a 7 and 11 liters pot, to begin flowering in a final pot of about 50 liters minimum so that, as my grandmother would say, "it's to have too much than too little". In flowering I love how Massive Bloom of Green Planet Nutrients works, an organic nutrient designed specifically for this phase.
What is Cheese Dawg’s indoors and outdoors production?
Indoors, and without too much difficulty, you can expect between 450-500 grams per m2, while in outdoor crops, in the most suitable conditions, it stretches up to 800 grams per plant.
The last wonder of Big Buddha Seeds has arrived in our catalogue of feminized seeds. Don’t you already have it? Buy now Cheese Dawg!