GH Cheese feminized seeds

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GH Cheese feminized cannabis seeds develop into twice winning cup plants. It shines with its many narcotic properties and because of the amount of crystals covering most of the plant. You won’t believe the aromatic profile of this cheesy strain until you grow it yourself!

  • Green House Seeds
  • Feminized
  • Photoperiod
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Flying in the sleep
  • Selected Skunk phenotype
  • 1st Seeds Company HTCC 2006
  • Up to 800 g/m² indoors
    up to 800 g/plant outdoors
  • 56 days
  • Late September
  • 40% Sativa / 60% Indica
  • 18.5 %
  • 0.6 %
  • 0.35 %

Cheesy Skunk

GH Cheese feminized cannabis strain comes from a Skunk that had a cheese-like aromatic profile. Effects will be an extreme body high that gets and get more intense over time. The branchy plants from this strain will be very resinous, with a high leaf to calyx ratio.

Bush That Needs Support

This strain will grow several branches that will need support once flowers start getting heavier. Excellent choice for the SCRoG method, and handles defoliation pretty well during its vegetative stage, as well as cloning.

Flowering times are around 2 months, but outdoor environments might push this time a week longer, with flowers being ready for harvest by the end of September in the northern hemisphere.

With the following lighting specs and recommended pH and EC levels, you should yield up to 800g/plant outdoors, and around 800 g/m2 while grown indoors:

  • Minimum: 600 watts HID or 350 watts high quality LED
  • Vegetative nutrients: 5.7-5.8 pH at 1.0-1.4 EC in soil
  • 5.5-5.6 pH at 1.1 – 1.5 EC in hydro
  • Flowering nutrients: 6.0-6.5 pH at 1.5-1.8 EC in soil
  • 5.6-6.0 pH at 1.5-1.8 EC in hydro.

It Really Smells Like Cheese

GH Cheese produces narcotic effects that last for a while and might send you to bed. It’s great for insomnia, pain, and stress management. It exudes creamy, milky flavors that bring blue, cured cheese to mind.