Blue Cheese is known to be an extraordinary resin producer and to have an extremely strong smell.
This is a strain that grows well, reaching a height of 60-80 cm indoors and has been stabilized for consistency in the qualities it’s known for- including that trademark pungent scent. Plants can triple in height during flowering, which lasts for around 8 weeks. It has a good yield and performs well outdoors in Mediterranean climates.
The effect of the Blue Cheese is a physical body high with a subtle, mood stabilizing heady effect.
Indica / Sativa
Cheese x Blueberry
Where to Grow
Indoor, Greenhouse, Outdoor
Taste / Flavor
60-80 cm indoors
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Amazing Production, Quality and Smell from outdoor grow in Ontario Review by Jean
I grew two of these this summer outdoors in Ontario. One had very much a sativa phenotype and didn’t finish all that well, but I’m giving five stars and would give even more if possible for the other plant. I put it in the ground in my vegetable garden around June 1, after starting inside about 4 weeks earlier. It was a little more “needy” in terms of nutrients than some of the other plants that my friends and I grew, although honestly all I used was Miracle Grow because I didn’t want to waste money on plants that may be stolen or not finish in the questionable Canadian weather. When August came around this thing was HUGE but I was worried because it definitely started flowering later than the others. Fast forward to the week of October 14th and thanks to pretty good fall weather I had an amazing harvest. It was over 7 feet tall, about 6 feet in diameter and I got over 2 pounds of dried buds off this girl. I could have had 4 plus lbs but honestly got tired or trimming so I was only taking the colas at the end. The rest is in my freezer awaiting hash production. It’s now dried and has been curing over a month and is AMAZING. The smell is the best I’ve ever had – imagine a strong mix of blueberry and cheese strains. The high is fantastic too. This will be my goto strain for the rest of the winter. Thanks Canuk seeds! (Posted on 11/23/2019)
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