This non-autoflowering hybrid preserves the original “old and spicy” flavour of Cheese. Buds are very dense and completely covered in sparkling trichomes. This version adds more homogeneity and vigor to the already very aromatic Sweet Cheese. The flowering time is 8 weeks, allowing outdoor harvests of 400-800g/plant in late August to early September. Indoor growers can expect up to 400-600g/m².
|Genetics||60% sativa - 40% indica|
|Parents||Sweet Cheese x Sweet Cheese Auto|
|Flowering period||8 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||September|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Sweet Seeds|
The Cheese variety of Cannabis is thought to have originated from the Exodus strain – the de facto choice for the most demanding toker in late-80’s UK. Exodus, being a particular isolation of a Skunk #1 phenotype, was one of the first and most widespread parent strains in the 70’s the world over, mainly due to its extremely pungent nature. The original Sweet Cheese borrows much of the Skunk heritage, along with the profound and mysterious complexities of Black Jack. Sweet Seeds presents you with a super-fast-finishing version by crossing the original Sweet Cheese with the Sweet Cheese Auto version, rendering a photoperiod-dependent strain that will cut corners without cutting yield.
With a 60/40 profile, one could expect longer flowering times from a sativa-dominant strain. This is not the case though. With only 8 weeks of flowering, you can forecast 400-600g/m² when grown indoors. She loves SOG and doesn’t mind lower temperatures, perfect for Britain’s attic gardens. As this hybrid does well outdoors starting early April, you can prepare your trimming tools for late August or early September. Just be ready to manicure down 400-800g/plant. Its typical structure will have a fat and elongated central bud, surrounded by a crown of equally large side-bubs.
Sweet Cheese is more uplifting than couch locking, but that is not to say it won't knock you down if you’re not careful. It has a meditative, almost psychedelic quality to the high – some prefer to say "thought-provoking". It will carry along the favoured sweet and sour tastes typical of cheeses, as well as a sharp, earthy, almost musty smell - but in a good way. So do expect a pungent stash that will quickly invade any space with its presence.