PevGrow presents Black Cheese, one of the new creations of the big seed bank Big Buddha Seeds. Its genetic origin is derived from the fusion of Valley Black Og (the current clone of the classic and mythical OG Kush) and the most decisive strain par excellence of this seed bank, the Big Buddha Cheese.
¿What is the structure of Black Cheese?
It is a feminised, 85% predominantly Indica hybrid strain. As its Indica genetics predominate, it will grow a vigorous, extensively branched plant with dense, resinous buds that make it perfect for resin extractions.
How much does Black Cheese produce?
With an average flowering period of 8-9 weeks, Black Cheese gives us a very acceptable production level, but its strong point is the production of resin, is a plant that is not usually chosen for the production in grams of its buds but for the amount of resin it generates.
What does Black Cheese taste like?
Black Cheese, is a weed with a very special flavor. Its Kush genetics takes strength in this aspect giving the best of itself, all this seasoned with a touch of cheese that will make the most experienced smokers true followers of this variety. It's here, enjoy it!
Which is the effect of Black Cheese?
Its high level of THC gives it a strong narcotic power, which will leave you stuck to the sofa in a very interesting high, characterized by intense body relaxation and a mind that will be able to travel to the confines of the universe.
How can I grow Black Cheese?
Black Cheese doesn't make any difference, it's suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. In outdoor crops it will be ready for harvest in mid-October and in the southern hemisphere in mid-April. In indoor crops its average flowering period is 8-9 weeks and will have to be given some attention so that its size does not cause us a problem.
Buy now Black Cheese at PevGrow and live an unparalleled sensory experience, with a punch worthy of mention and a flavor that will catch you.
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