Swiss Cheese feminized seeds
The Swiss Cheese feminized cannabis strain is for cultivators that are seeking a hardy plant that yields connoisseur-grade buds in little time. The Swiss Cheese strain is Indica-dominant and yields buckets of dense flowers that are covered in endless layers of frost. Each and every grower will be surprised by her ease-of-growth and picture-perfect growth characteristics.
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- Swiss Miss x Skunk #1
- 400 - 500 g/m²
- 49 - 63 days
- Indica dominant
Swiss Cheese: For The True Cheese Lovers
The Swiss Cheese feminized cannabis strain was created by crossing Skunk #1 to Swiss Miss. The combination of terpenes presents a strain that tastes and smells like a dank version of Swiss cheese. If you are looking for a cannabis strain that’s set to please a crowd - this is a perfect choice.
When growing Swiss Cheese, you’ll need to invest in a heavy-duty carbon scrubber when growing indoors. Aside from her incredibly pungent aroma, you will need to make sure you give her a short vegetative time - around 1-2-weeks. Swiss Cheese will potentially double in size during her pre-flower stretch - so be aware.
Swiss Cheese feminized cannabis seeds are mold-resistant, which means you can grow her in high-humidity areas without worry. This is a major benefit for those that live in wet climates, making her the top choice for those in Northern regions.
- Plant to Lamp Distance: 50cm;
- Lighting Requirements: 600w HID or LED Equivalent;
- Indoor Humidity: 70% or Less;
- Indoor Temperature: 34℃ or Less;
- Yield: 500g/m²
- Growth Style: Sea of Green.
A Socially Relaxing Cannabis Strain
The Swiss Cheese feminized cannabis strain is known particularly for her ability to break down social barriers. After indulging in this Indica-dominant hybrid, you will find yourself filled with mental clarity and the desire to hold a conversation with anyone. After the initial euphoria, your body will come crashing down on the nearest couch.
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