Cheez Wreck feminized seeds
The Cheez Wreck cannabis strain by Sagarmatha Seeds is a Sativa-dominant hybrid, a product of crossbreeding between the famous Cheese and Trainwreck strains. Endowed with the best features of its parents, the strain serves high 400 gr/m² yields of resinous buds with 19% THC and a pungent cheesy aroma.
- Sagarmatha Seeds
- Best of two worlds
- Cheese x Train Wreck
- 80 - 120 cm
- 350 - 400 g/m²
- 55 - 60 days
- Sativa / Indica hybrid
- No official information
Cheez Wreck: High-Yielding Cheesy Joy
When two famous strains, such as UK Cheese and USA Trainwreck, conflux together, there is no other option but to create something special. And that special one is called Cheez Wreck marijuana strain by Sagarmatha seeds – is a sativa-dominant hybrid boasting 19% of THC level in the buds, skunk aroma and genes of the great parents, which bring this strain to high-quality category.
Cheez Wreck marijuana seeds grow into a flexible indoor/outdoor plant, reaching 1.2 m in height. In a cozy domestic environment, the plant vegetates until 4 - 7 internodes and flowers during 55 – 60 days. On this stage, the plant emits the pungent, sour aroma of Cheese, so you may need a carbon filter to hide the smell. When Cheez Wreck plants enter harvest stage heavy with sticky, high THC buds and yields for 350-400 gr/m² we clearly see how the Trainwreck genes had an impact on productivity on the plant. The buds are lime green with orange hairs covering the surface with trichomes.
Straight to Heaven
Cheez Wreck has complex skunk and cheesy aroma and the impact from the strain starts from the cerebral high along with an uplifting and long-lasting creativity boost. Closer to the end, you will feel wrapped in the arms of a deep Indica relaxation.
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