Cheese

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

The Cheese strain is reportedly a phenotype of Skunk #1, a strain created by Sam “The Skunkman,” who brought it over from California to the Netherlands. From there, the Indica-dominant Cheese was bred and given notoriety in the United Kingdom in the late 1980s. Given the name “Cheese” as a signifier of its strong, cheddar-like flavor and aroma, the clone-only female is reported to have been crossed with Indica strains by several underground UK breeders for the proliferation of Cheese seeds. Cheese is reported to grow tall, producing high yields over the span of a 56-70 day flowering period. Easy to grow both in- and outdoors, Cheese is a strain also resistant to mold, mildew, and pests. Big Buddha Seeds’ Cheese strain, which is crossed with a pure-bred Afghani strain, won 1st Place in the Indica category at the 2006 High Times Cannabis Cup.

The Cheese strain is reportedly a phenotype of Skunk #1, a strain created by Sam “The Skunkman,” who brought it over from California to the Netherlands. From there, the Indica-dominant Cheese was bred and given notoriety in the United Kingdom in the late 1980s. Given the name “Cheese” as a signifier of its strong, cheddar-like flavor and aroma, the clone-only female is reported to have been crossed with Indica strains by several underground UK breeders for the proliferation of Cheese seeds. Cheese is reported to grow tall, producing high yields over the span of a 56-70 day flowering period. Easy to grow both in- and outdoors, Cheese is a strain also resistant to mold, mildew, and pests. Big Buddha Seeds’ Cheese strain, which is crossed with a pure-bred Afghani strain, won 1st Place in the Indica category at the 2006 High Times Cannabis Cup.

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