Blue Cheese Auto

Cheese Auto x Blueberry Auto

3 Auto-Feminised Seeds

R390.00

3 Auto-Feminised Seeds

Blue Cheese Auto is a cross of a Cheese Auto and a Blueberry Auto plant. All the taste and aroma of a Blue Cheese but with auto-flowering genetics.

Blue Cheese Auto is a comparatively small cannabis plant but one which produces big, fat, resin-covered buds. It can grow in all environments indoors, outdoors and in greenhouses. Like its photo-period cousin it will turn on a display of blue and purple colours if the night-time temperature drops enough; this is only likely to occur in cooler regions outdoors as in warm climate regions there will probably not be a big enough drop to cause this to happen.

Indoors growers will crop between 40 – 135 gr/plant in a total grow time of 10 weeks from germination. Outdoors yields will increase to 50 – 150 gr/plant. This is a perfect stealth strain on account of its restricted height (60 – 120 cm.) and it can quite easily be hidden in gardens or on balconies especially if grown in smaller pots thus restricting root development and consequently its overall size.. As with all Dinafem auto strains it is recommended to add one third coco coir to the soil mix if that is the chosen medium. This will help to oxygenate roots and speed up the plants’ metabolism with faster nutrient uptake. Watering should be carried out little and often.

The aroma and flavour of Blue Cheese Auto is sweet and fruity with berries and cheese quite noticeable. THC is rated as being high while CBD production is low giving a really nice long-lasting feeling of relaxation – a perfect smoke at the end of a working day.

GENETICS Cheese Auto x Blueberry Auto
VARIETY Mostly Indica
FLOWERING TYPE Autoflowering
SEX Feminised
THC CONTENT 15% – 20%
CBD CONTENT <1%
YIELD Indoors: 40-135 gr / m2; Outdoors: 50 – 150 gr/plant
PLANT HEIGHT 60 – 120 cm
GROWS Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors
FLOWERING TIME 70days
TASTE / FLAVOUR Berry, Cheese
EFFECT Powerful, Relaxing

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