Sweet Cheese Autoflowering
Sweet Cheese Auto: breeders ensured her ultimate cheesiness
Once that Sweet Cheese Auto aroma enters the nostrils, reality shall uncover magnificent treasures. This strain comprises ruderalis, sativa, and indica genetics. All the discovered species of cannabis decided to get together and merge their greatest assets into this cultivar.
Fast Bud Auto and Sweet Cheese hybridized with each other, which resulted in a dank strain that required a crossing with Sweet Cheese to enhance the inherent cheesiness. Sweet Cheese Auto harnessed some mad ganja vibes, which we must explore.
Imagine that vapor emanating from a perfectly executed pizza, carrying flavorsome aromas delighting the nostrils with bliss, that's what you can expect from this dank. Sweet Cheese Auto was engineered to be super cheesy and superb. Fun fact, Cheese strains originate from UK’s underground breeding sessions comprising the mix of cheesiest and most pungent Skunks out there.
The effects of this cultivar can morph into a wide range of sensations and experiences. One can definitely sense a body stone, washing away muscle tensions. The sativa genetics deliver some kaleidoscopic contemplations, inspiring the consumer with universal knowledge.
If one wishes to relax on a beach under the glittering stars, Sweet Cheese Auto shall guide one’s eyes through all the constellations. One can also, simply get super baked and watch a Netflix series, that works as well.
This dank exudes powerful “knock-out” aromas. When growing or carrying this strain, one should take some precautions by covering the magnificent smell. This relatively short plant delivers medium sized yields. The main bud becomes thick and filled with delightful cannabinoids.
Sweet Cheese Auto is the perfect equalizer, it’s not too much, and not too little. The THC-levels are medium, yields are medium, and the heights are medium for an autoflower, perfect for novice growers and tokers.
Grow your own Sweet Cheese Autoflowering
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- From seed to harvest
- 8 weeks
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