South Mountain Cheese seeds

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South Mountain Cheese is a perfect feminized strain for those looking for an improved version of the famous Cheese strain and South Mountain Golden. More yields, sweeter aromatic profiles, and an electric head buzz will satisfy most of your desires.

  • Xtreme Seeds
  • Feminized
  • Photoperiod
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Unique sense of cheerfulness
  • South Mountain Golden x Cheese
  • 500 - 600 g/m²
  • 60 - 70 days
  • October
  • Sativa dominant
  • No official information

Easy To Grow Fruity Cheese

South Mountain Cheese will make Sativa lovers melt with her pungent aroma that reminds of sweet fruits. This tall growing strain will deliver flowers that produce nice cerebral highs that induce creativity and socializing.

By crossing South Mountain Golden with two Cheese phenotypes that were very aromatic, Xtreme Seeds has managed to create a strain that will be vigorous, with high yields and genetic stability worth having in your collection.

Initial plant structure will make you believe you are growing an Indica-leaning hybrid, but as time will pass, your plants will turn into big Sativa-like bushes that will fill up with many heavy, resinous flowers. Indoor growers will have to be aware of the heights this strain can gain, but she can be easily trained. Flowers will be so rock hard, ventilation will be very important during flowering.

Harvest can be done a couple of weeks after the second month of flowering under Indoor conditions. Outdoors growers should be able to harvest by mid-October. Yields should be around 500 to 600 g/m2.

More Fruity Than Cheesy

Some phenotypes can produce typical cheese flavors, but South Mountain Cheese was bred to bring out the sweet fruitiness from her South Mountain Golden parental. The aromatic profile is very pungent and will linger in your mouth for hours. Effects are euphoric and help with creativity and socializing.