A cult favorite, our NLseeds Cheese is everything a fan could want from this skunky champion. Resulting from the mixing of Skunk and Northern Lights, this cheesy tasting strain takes 8 weeks to flower and produces some bud with a potent kick.
Cheese is famous for its very distinctive smell and flavour.
Cheese is an all time favorite, and holds what can only be described as a legendary status. It spread like wild fire and quickly became famous for its powerful effects and old school flavors – it gained a legendary status for a reason. Since is spread throughout the global market, Cheese has won itself a Cannabis Cup award.
The NLseeds Cheese we have to offer is no different. It derives from the original line of Cheese and stays true to its name. We spent a long time hunting down the original genetics and making sure what we were going to offer was only the purest of Cheese.
When you come to smoke this bud it will hit you with the world loved pungent aroma that has made it a cult favorite. The smoke is smooth and is distinctively skunky, leaving you with a strong cheddar cheese taste, and follows through with woody undertones.
Medical users will find that our Cheese will help relieve the symptoms of stress, anxiety, pain, migraines and arthritis.
Our Cheese marijuana seeds grow into some vigorous and hungry cannabis plants. Indoors, they can grow up to 1.5m in height and will take around 8 weeks to flower. It is possible to leave them flowering for an extra 2 weeks – the bud will begin to lose its strong flavor in favor of a much more potent hit when smoked; it all comes down to personal preference really. If you grow Cheese indoors then you can gain a potential yield of between 450-550 g/m2.
If you happen to live in a warmer climate (such as Spain or California), you can grow Cheese outdoors. In this situation she will tower up to heights of 2.5m. She will soak up all the sun and food she can get to become an absolute beast of a plant. Cheese will tower over most other strains when outdoors, making her not such a subtle lady to have about. In an outdoor setting, Cheese becomes ready for harvest around mid-October. You can expect a yield of anywhere up to 250g per plant in an ideal setting.