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.
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- Blue Cheese
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.