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how to grow cheese weed

How to grow cheese weed

Indoor/0utdoor: Cheese grows best indoors where it can be in a warmer climate. If you live in a warmer, more humid climate, try growing Cheese outside.

Yield: Moderate to high

Flowering time: 8-9 weeks

Grow difficulty: Easy

Climate: Best kept between 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit. This strain can handle humidity fluctuations.

Grow techniques: Cheese grows bushy, which makes it a great candidate for SCROG (screen of green), as you can trellis the plants to increase the yield. It performs well either in soil or hydro, and is a friendly plant for novice growers.

Strain overview: Originating in England around the 1980s, Cheese is known for its savory cheese aroma and well-rounded high. Big Buddha Seeds are known to have the best Cheese genetics available. They bring a pure Afghani indica into old Cheese genetics to create a powerful plant that still has all the unique Cheese characteristics.

Feeding: Cheese doesn’t have many unique feeding requirements, so just make sure to feed your plant moderately.

How to grow cheese weed

When you place an exhaust fan near the top of your grow room, it removes warmer air. Therefore, it ensures the room’s temperature remains at optimum levels.

If you’re looking for a genuinely pungent marijuana strain, then look no further than Cheese. Most believe that it was created in England in the late 1980s. This indica-dominant hybrid is a cross of a Skunk #1 phenotype and an Afghani indica. Top cannabis breeders like Buddha Seeds chose Afghani to boost Cheese’s trichome production and overall yield.

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Hydroponic growing involves using something other than soil as a growing medium. Popular options include Rockwool and coco coir. If you use a hydroponic system, you are in complete control of your crop’s nutrient intake. Therefore, a hydroponic setup is more suitable for an experienced cannabis grower.

3 – Designing Your Grow Space

Metal Halide (MH) and High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) lights are the most common HID light variety. MH lights are best during the vegetative stage, while HPS is better for flowering. If you purchase HID lights, you need a ballast. Magnetic ballasts are relatively inexpensive, but high-quality digital versions are a better option.