Head Cheese - Big Buddha Seeds
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Head Cheese

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Big Buddha Seeds
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PevGrow presents, the new Head Cheese of the seed bank known worldwide as one of the most important of the current panorama, Big Buddha Seeds. Its genetic origin comes from the fusion of 818 Headband and Big Buddha Cheese, giving rise to a strain that will give much to talk about.

How is Head Cheese?

Head Cheese is a feminized and hybrid seed with an Indica predominance that enhances its relaxing effect. It grows constantly and has a very notable presence, with a very extensive branching and is characterized by its ease of cultivation. For a change our friends at Big Buddha Seeds like to make it easy, let's make the most of it!


How much does Head Cheese produce?

The seed bank does not provide us with specific productivity data but it is a plant with an average flowering period of 9-11 weeks and a productivity that is guaranteed to be very high. It is ideal for extractions of resin that it produces in huge quantities.

What is the taste of Head Cheese?

Head Cheese has a fruity taste with a very graceful acid taste that generates a mix of contrasts that when they reach your taste buds will never want you to stop smoking Head Cheese. In the end you will also get an aftertaste derived from his Cheese genetics which is already the last straw.

What effect does Head Cheese have?

It is a variety that will provide us with everything in its right measure, everything very balanced, which makes it a perfect weed, as balance is the key. Its cerebral effect is cheerful and fun and its relaxation is just and necessary to be in the real glory, without getting to leverage.

How do I plant Head Cheese?

Its cultivation is simple and suitable for both outdoor and indoor, leaving aside that its flowering period is a little long. Outdoor crops are harvested in mid-October in the northern hemisphere and mid-April in the southern hemisphere.

Head Cheese has arrived, and it's to stay. Its balance in all its phases makes it a safe bet and will delight cannabis lovers with its unique taste - buy it now at PevGrow!

Data sheet and characteristics

Type Type
  • Feminized
Banks Banks
  • Big Buddha Seeds
Genetics Genetics
  • 818 Headband x Big Buddha Cheese
  • Big Bud
  • Cheese
Phenotype Phenotype
  • 75% Indica
Harvest outdoor H.N Harvest outdoor H.N
  • Mid-October
Harvest outdoor H.S Harvest outdoor H.S
  • Mid-April
Indoor production Indoor production
  • 400-500 gr/m2
Outdoor production Outdoor production
  • High
Indoor flowering period Indoor flowering period
  • 9-11 weeks
Effects Effects
  • Psychoactive
  • Relaxing
  • High
Flavor and aroma Flavor and aroma
  • Cheese
  • Fruity

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