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Sweet cheese seeds

Sweet Cheese Feminised Seeds

Sweet Cheese is the result of crossing two excellent cannabis strains, viz. Cheese and Black Jack. It is 70% sativa and 30% indica and it presents growers and smokers with interesting new flavours.

Sweet Cheese can be grown indoors and outdoors; indoor plants will take 9 weeks to complete the flowering stage and then they are ready for harvest. Yields in this environment will be somewhere between 400 – 600 gr/m 2 . Outdoors harvest will be in the middle of September in the northern hemisphere with each plant capable of producing between 350 – 550 gr.each. The structure of these plants is one of a long, central bud but accompanied by well-developed buds on the side-branches which also display good length.

The aroma and flavour is unusual but underpinned by the familiar spicy, mature cheese quality. The effect is long-lasting and potent with both sides expressed via feelings of cerebral euphoria along with a pronounced feeling of physical relaxation. The two parent plants have certainly produced a talented youngster with Sweet Cheese.

Sweet Cheese

Sweet Cheese is a 70% sativa strain that combines the potency and unique flavor profiles of Cheese and Black Jack. Bred by Sweet Seeds, this strain was designed to induce long-lasting relaxation throughout the body, coupled with intense cerebral euphoria. Sweet Cheese is marked by the fragrant fusion of cheese and spice, a combination of aromas found in few other cannabis varieties. Outdoor Sweet Cheese plants finish flowering in mid-October, while indoor plants bloom in 9 weeks.

Sweet Cheese is a 70% sativa strain that combines the potency and unique flavor profiles of Cheese and Black Jack. Bred by Sweet Seeds, this strain was designed to induce long-lasting relaxation throughout the body, coupled with intense cerebral euphoria. Sweet Cheese is marked by the fragrant fusion of cheese and spice, a combination of aromas found in few other cannabis varieties. Outdoor Sweet Cheese plants finish flowering in mid-October, while indoor plants bloom in 9 weeks.