Blue Cheese

Blue Cheese was created by crossing the world famous and much loved Cheese, originally from the UK, with the very tasty and equally famous Blueberry. This strain is packed with intense flavour and an intense effect.

 

A good mix of the most famous Cheeses

It took our finest Blueberry strains to equal the awesome flavour of the Cheese, and the two together have created an ultimate hybrid. After the original crossing she was backcrossed with the Cheese to stabilise the genetics and perfect the taste and effect of this strain.

 

Blue Cheese typically takes around 60 to 65 days to complete her flowering period. The sweet, fruity Cheese aroma starts to develop just a few weeks after the start of flowering and continues to develop and intensify as the plant matures. Most plants will reach a height of around 80 to 140 cm. When grown outdoors she can grow a little taller and will be ready for harvest at the end of September.

 

Good for SOG or hydroponics

Good growers will find they get equally good yields - you can expect an easy average of 500 to 600 grams per square metre. The only down side of Blue Cheese is the slightly above average leaf-to-flower ratio, meaning she will be a little harder to trim. However this little bit of extra work more than pays off on the end product. Blue Cheese performs extremely well in sea of green techniques as well as with both hydroponic and soil based methods of growing.

 

Gorgeous Buds

The flavour of this strain is the perfect blend of its parent’s genetics. The sweet, fruity flavour of the Blueberry perfectly compliments the earthy, musky flavour of the Cheese. The buds are extremely dense and, when grown properly, are covered with a thick layer of trichomes. If you’re a fan of Cheese then you might want to try our Blue Cheese.

 

Blue Cheese

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