Blue Cheese Auto Flowering Feminized
$45.00 – $150.00
Blue Cheese Auto Feminized is a product of crossing Blueberry Auto and Cheese Auto over years of careful breeding and selection. Specifically, the process of creating Blue Cheese involved acquiring a set of Blue Berry male strains, then crossbreeding it with Cheese. With qualities and features more superior to its parent strains, this autoflowering feminized seeds generate larger yields, better flavour, and stronger effects.
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The smell of Blue Cheese is a strong, sweet, fruity one with hints of tang which is quite skunky but pleasant. It has a taste of berries and spices that quickly turns into a delightful creamy cheese as an aftertaste. Having high levels of THC and low levels of CBD, this strain offers a smooth, moist, aromatic toke that most Blue Cheese users love about this cannabis strain.
Upon smoking, an instant feeling of relaxation with uplifting high and overwhelming calm will be experienced. It is known as a creativity booster for its cerebral high yet it is still perfect when having a relaxing day on the balcony and enjoying some cup of tea with friends. This is a great strain for those who want to sit back, relax and unwind.
This autoflowering, feminized version of the crowd-favorite Blue Cheese is a very flexible plant which can grow both indoors and outdoors. It is suitable to be grown in small spaces in the terrace, balcony or other places that provides stealth due to the small stature of the plant. The heavy, compact, and resin-rich buds is expect to have 300 to 400 grams of yield per meter square indoors and 60 to 100 grams/m2 outdoors.
Tips on Growing Blue Cheese Auto Flowering Feminized
If grown outdoors, pick a spot where there is an ample amount of sunlight and the perfect time would be from mid-May to early June. Indoors, the Sea of Green method will be great to maximize its stocky quality as it tends to grow in bundles which are great for small, enclosed spaces. As you have to do in all automatic plants, you should water them in small, frequent amounts and provide them with adequate light.