Blue Cheese fem seeds
Blue Cheese is a cross of the original UK Cheese and Blueberry. This Indica-dominant cannabis strain is the perfect mix of skunky heritage and sweet blueberry, and after just 7-8 weeks you will revel in 500g/plant - 450-650g/m² of yields, high in 23% THC levels. Blue Cheese is true Indica lovers’ dream come true.
- Barney's Farm
- Joy and Enthusiasm
- Original Cheese x Blueberry
- 80 - 90 cm
- 650 g/m² indoors
- 52 - 57 days
- Mid September
- 20% Sativa /80% Indica
- 20 - 23 %
- 0.8 %
Blue Cheese - The Best Of Blueberry And Cheese Line Combined
The Blue Cheese cannabis strain is a cross of the original UK Cheese and Blueberry. This 60% Indica-dominant strain is a perfect mix of skunky heritage and sweet blueberry. One of the highest THC strains coming from Barneys Farm, Blue Cheese is true Indica lovers’ dream come true.
Blue Cheese shows off her Indica heritage through her structure - staying short and compact in size, rarely growing more than 100cm, whereas outdoors, given enough root space, can reach up to 150cm. It’s a fast flowering strain, finishing in just 7-8 weeks, Outdoors, it’s ready to harvest by the middle of September. Growing bushy with lots of side branches will ensure the production of an excellent yield, usually from 500g/plant to 450-650g/m2. She reacts well to all types of training techniques and has good resistance to pests and disease, making this one of the easiest decisions in a novice grower’s life.
- Recommended Nutrients: Professor’s Nutrients.
- Recommended Techniques: Low Stress Straining (LST) will help promote multiple bud sites for a greater yield.
- Usually testing at 20-23% THC and ~1% CBD
Effects included are happiness and euphoria mixed with a strong, deep body relaxation, leaving you sleepy and hungry. The smells are skunky at first, reminiscent of aged cheese with mild and sweet berry-like aromas. Flavors are sweet and creamy, a mix of blueberries and cheese.
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