Combining the legendary British strain Original Cheese with the equally renowned Oregon Blueberry Blend, Royal Queen Seeds have created an all new taste sensation. Blue Cheese combines the sweetness of blueberry with the earthy cheesy undertones of Exodus Cheese. The high she induces is a heavy stone, for both the mind and body. Blue Cheese flowers in 7-8 weeks and yields up to 550g/m².
|Genetics||60% indica - 40% sativa|
|Parents||Original Cheese x Oregon Blueberry Blend|
|Flowering period||7-8 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||End of September|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Royal Queen Seeds|
Nobody disputes the sheer power of Blueberry and Cheese genetics. Blue Cheese, the baby of Original Cheese x Oregon Blueberry Blend inherited the greatness of both its parents. The indica dominance of 60% with the 40% sativa genetics create a very mental and physical stoned effect; great for sitting at home, watching a cheesy movie while devouring one's favorite blueberry pie.
The indica DNA has translated itself into a short flowering period of 7-8 weeks. It’s amazing how fast you can receive the dankest of the dank. It’s perfect if you want to have a fast turnover.
With its 19% THC levels, the Blue Cheese won't have you feeling blue. If you’re looking forward to getting properly stoned, this magnificence will guide you there.
The Blue Cheese may inhabit your stash box for a long time; this cultivar will generate 500-550g/m² for indoor grows and 500-550g/plant for outdoor settings. If you consume a lot of bud, Blue Cheese will meet your requirements.
The indoor and outdoor heights of this strain vary. For indoor growth, you can expect 100-160cm and 140-200cm for outdoor operations. It’s important to note that the leaves become massive, which can cover the resin filled nugs. So make sure to trim, ScrOG or use other methods to open up space for light to shine through on your colas.
The Blue Cheese grows perfectly in hydro, outdoor, indoor, and soil-based settings, it adapts quite easily. If you’re a beginner at growing, Blue Cheese could be a good place to start. Honestly, having two magnificent genetics creating sweet blueberry/cheesy aromas is something one must experience in one’s lifetime.