Now you can buy at PEV Grow the new variety brought to us by the Big Buddha Seeds Seed Bank: The new Cheesus! Its name is certainly divine and is not the result of chance, as Big Buddha Seeds has really done its most with this weed. Cheesus is the result of an exhaustive genetic selection process, where Big Buddha Cheese and God Bud, also known as BC Bud Depot, have finally participated.
What is Cheesus’ structure?
Cheesus is a 75% dominant Indica hybrid whose growth is characterized by adopting a very spruce-like structure, with a branched base and a tendency to create a long apical tail which concentrates almost all production. It will be ready in 9-11 weeks from germination.
What does Cheesus taste like?
Its calling card is a predominant taste of old cured cheese, inherited from the Big Buddha Cheese, but in this case, in addition, it is accompanied by a few touches of lavender and fresh pine that combine perfectly and will make your taste buds hallucinate in each puff.
What effect does Cheesus produce?
Its effect combines the best of both worlds. It starts with a very active mental ascent, but be careful because with a few more puffs your eyes will start to close against your will and you will get a brutal urge to go to sleep.
Perfect for saying goodbye to the occasional insomnia and stress of modern life.
How is Cheesus grown?
Indoor crops are quite simple to manage, so if you are just starting in the world of self-grow this is a very good option to learn to improve. It doesn't need more food than the usual and its height won't give problems with the spotlights. With 7 liter pots and a fertilised substrate such as Top Crop Complete Mix, you'll have all the nutrients your pleasure plant needs throughout the growing cycle. You will only have to worry about watering and keeping the temperature of the wardrobe stable.
Outdoor crops’ cut is stretched until the beginning of November, a little slower than the Indicas we are used to, but the wait is worth it. It becomes a plant which, without being too much of a monster, offers an incredible harvest. To bear the weight of such a number of buds it will need a little help tutoring the branches so they do not break. Its resistance to cold and humidity is very good, so don’t worry because there will be no problem with the rains.
How much does Cheesus produce?
In indoor crops Cheesus gets easily between 400-500 grams per m2 and outdoors, in some cases, I have come to collect up to 1000 grams per plant. It’s scandalous!
Buy Cheesus from Big Buddha Seeds at PEV Grow right now. Welcome, messiah!