Royal Cheese (Fast Flowering) feminized seeds
Royal Cheese is a fast-flowering, feminized cannabis strain that lives up to its name. Next to its outstanding cheese odor, its large flowers with a very high and resinous leaf to calyx ratio are ready after 6-8 weeks, with 17% THC contents that produce extremely bodily effects that increase over time. A classic for all!
- Royal Queen Seeds
- Reaching perfect balance
- Old School Skunk x Afghani
- 60 - 100 cm indoors130 - 200 cm outdoors
- 450 - 550 g/m² indoors550 - 600 g/plant outdoors
- 42 - 56 days
- Early October
- 40% Sativa / 60% Indica
- 17 %
Royal Cheese feminized cannabis seeds grow into splendid bushes. They marvel with several narcotic properties and huge amounts of large flowers with vast amounts of crystals in no time. You will not believe its odor and speed until you have one in your garden.
The Royal Cheese plants grow about 2.5 m tall outdoors, are branchy with a high leaf-to-calyx ratio, and branches/stems will need exposure to ventilation during the vegetative period to strengthen and be ready for the heavy flowers to come. It is sensitive to photoperiod changes, so ensure proper dark hours to avoid revegetating during its flowering phase. Stealth operations must have an odor control plan ready to deal with the strong, stinky smells. This bush is ready for harvest after 6 weeks of flowering, but allow up to 8 weeks for an ideal balance of flavor and THC content of around 17%. Expect yields around 500 g/m2 or 550-600 g per outdoor plant.
- Extend to 10 weeks for increased potency and yield, but reduced flavor
- Min. vegetation time: 1 month
- Temps: 18C-28C
- EC: 1.6-1.8
- Min. lighting: 600 Watts HID per m2
- SCROG, LST, SOG, and Topping
This strain exudes a sweet but sharp creamy aroma, and flavors that taste like blue, cured cheese. It induces into narcotic effects that last for long and will send you to sleep. Obviously great for insomnia, pain and stress management.
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