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Last generation of Cheese is right here. Breeders from Greenhouse Seeds did a tremendous job – they managed to improve pretty much all the characteristics of the strain. The indoor yield reaches the mind-blowing point of 800 grams per square meter.
These nugs are very firm and dense, resin is everywhere. And most importantly, the unmistakably cheesy flavor was retained. In terms of other traits, Exodus Cheese is similar to the high-end Skunk varieties, such as Super Skunk.

Plants are prone to extensive branching, and you can make it work in your favor. Techniques such as SOG/SCROG will boost up the bud production significantly. Seeds are feminized and therefore you won’t need to worry about males or hermaphrodites. The optimal length of the vegetative period is about 1 to 2 months. Flowering stage will take around 8 or 9 weeks.

The longer flowering time is associated with the higher amount of sedative cannabinoids and, as a result, more “stoned”, sleep-inducing effect.
The Exodus Cheese took a first place in the “Indica” category during the 1st EXPO GROW 2012. And the prize was undoubtedly deserved. This is what the true Indica should look like in the XXI century. High-yielding, heavy-hitting and smelling awesome.


Feminized Feminized Feminized
Type Photoperiod
Gentype Genotype 40% SATIVA - 60% ÍNDICA
Genetics Genetics Exodus Cheese
Flowering Flowering 8 weeks
Harvest Harvest 800 gr/m2
THC Thc 18.43%
CBD Cbd 0.28%
outdoor Method Outdoor
indoor Method Indoor
greenhouse Method Greenhouse




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1st EXPO GROW (Indica Category) 2012


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