Two heads are better than one, and three cheeses are surely better than one. How come that this Cheese had tripled itself? Well, the thing is, breeders from Barney’s Farm decided to backcross Blue Cheese with its predecessor, the original Cheese variety from the UK. The result is astonishing. Mighty British genetics are now even more attractive than before.
These plants are robust and healthy, it won’t be an exaggeration to say that they grow by leaps and bounds. The flowering takes only 7 to 8 weeks (in most cases it’s around eight). Proper use of fertilizers and SOG/SCROG can get you some pretty serious yields, about 600 grams of dry bud per square meter indoors. Outdoor crop is close to 600-700 grams per plant.
Generally it’s just an excellent commercial strain. If you think about selling your bud, Triple Cheese is a great choice. It’s potent, performs well in any circumstances and completely undemanding. This variety is not challenging to grow at all, we suggest you try it out if you’re a beginner.
Show more ...