Blue Cheese Auto feminized seeds
Blue Cheese Auto from Barney’s Farm is the autoflowering version of their famous Blue Cheese. They’ve added extra resistance to pests and disease, shortened the flowering period to 9-11 weeks and created an autoflowering version that can go back to back to its photoperiod parent.
- Barney's Farm (Netherlands)
- Relaxation as deep as Indian Ocean
- Blue Cheese x Ruderalis
- 80 - 100 cm
- 500 g/m²
- 70 - 75 days
- 20% Sativa / 80% Indica
- 16 %
- 1.8 %
Blue Cheese Auto - The famous UK Cheese with a Twist on Autopilot
By crossing their famous Blue Cheese with Ruderalis, Barney’s Farm have created an autoflowering version with enhanced resistance to pests and low growing difficulty.
Due to its Indica-dominant genes (80%), Blue Cheese Auto will remain stocky and short reaching 80-100cm both indoors and outdoors. Generally forming one big main cola, it still can take almost any kind of training you throw at him. UFsually starting to flower in week 5, it will finish in just 9-11 weeks from sprouting with nice yields up to 500g/m2 or up to 150g/plant. Added Ruderalis genes give it even better pests and disease resistance, making it well suitable for any climate and growing setup. Coming from the famous UK Cheese, smells originating from your grow are going to be intense, so adding a carbon filter to your grow is advisable.
- It usually tests ~16% THC and 1-2% CBD
- Medium soil, recommended nutrients: FoxFarm (Big Bloom, Tiger Bloom), shogun
- Vegetation and flowering lights: 300W LED
- Turn lights down to control the height
- Suitable for hydroponics
- Recommended techniques: Topping and defoliation
Coming from a Skunk heritage, smells and aromas are going to be similar - rich and spicy, cheesy, creamy and skunky with later sweet, fruity and berry like flavors. Effects are what’s to be expected too - calming, uplifting, smoothing and peaceful, leaving you happy and relaxed.
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