Strain Review: Spliff Cheese by Spliff Seeds


Everybody loves Dutch cheese, so we took a specially selected clone from the infamous English Cheese and crossed her with a notoriously smelling Skunk #1 father to improve yield, yet trying to preserve that unique taste and smell, then we spent several years breeding and stabilizing her. Before we decided, we were ready to launch our very own cheese strain. The result is a stable hybrid that is fast flowering indoors with a flowering time of only 7 to 8 weeks, outdoor she is ready in November. Thanks to her predominantly Afghani roots she is an indica dominant strain.

Yield outdoor is between 300 to 400 grams per plant, indoor yield is around 400 to 500gr/m2 rock hard buds are her trademark. She is a short and bushy plant, good for SOG, provided you leave some space the individual plants. Although multi branching would be more suitable. Height indoor ranges from 0.60 to 1.10m, Outdoor she can reach more than 2 meters in height. She is great to grow in a hydroponic system, which will see her finish in just 7 weeks. Spliff Cheese should be, lightly fertilized too much; nutrients, will cause stress and turn her leaves yellow.

Spliff Cheese has a long lasting happy-up high and an excellent body buzz, she has a skunky, earthy pungent odor to it and she tastes fruity, kush like. Medicinal value: anxiety, arthritis, fibromyalgia, insomnia, migraine, ms, pms/pmdd,: muscle pain and joint pain.

Grow: Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor Harvest: October/November
Outdoor Height: 2.00m+
Outdoor Yield: 300 to 400gr/plant
Growing Difficulty: Easy


Seed Bank: Spliff Seeds
Genetics: 60% Indica
Parents: Skunk #1 x (Afghani x Skunk no.1)
Height: 0.60 to 1.10m
Photoperiod: Photoperiod
Yield: 400 to 500gr/m2
THC: medium-high
Flowering Time: 7 to 8 weeks
Award Winner: False
Avail. As: Feminized Seeds
Strain Attributes: Feminized :: SOG :: Medicinal :: High THC

Medical Uses: Anxiety :: Arthritis :: Fibromyalgia :: Insomnia :: Multiple Sclerosis :: Migraines :: PMS :: Pain Relief :: Chronic Pain

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