White Cheese Autoflowering
White Cheese Autoflowering: Potency And flavor all in one
White Cheese Autoflowering is an indica-dominant cannabis strain. It combines powerful genetics, crossing an auto White Widow with an auto Cheese variety. This makes for a powerful hybrid treasured by both users and growers around the globe.
The effects of White Cheese are definitely reminiscent of its strong indica lineage. This strain will produce deep relaxation even in small doses with a mild cerebral effects. However, unlike other indica-dominant hybrids, White Cheese Auto isn’t a “knock out” strain that’ll leave users locked to the couch. Instead, it still leaves most users feeling comfortable in social environments or when dealing with creative tasks. Most users will find that just a small dose of White Cheese leaves them feeling happy, euphoric, and relaxed.
Being an indica-dominant strain, medical users will likely look to White Cheese for relief from mild pain, thanks to its strong physical effects. Others may also call on its light cerebral touch to curb symptoms of anxiety or stress. Some users may also find it useful for dealing with headaches or depression.
The aroma and flavour of White Cheese are very complex. As the name suggests, this strain boasts a powerful, skunky cheese aroma. However, thanks to the cross with White Widow, some users might also detect some slight earthy or woody undertones. When lit or vaporized, the cheese notes tend to mellow out a bit and give way to a more rounded mix of bittersweet floral flavours.
Producing medium-sized plants with a short flowering cycle, White Cheese Auto is a popular strain among a wide variety of growers. Plants usually reach heights of about 60-120cm and are ready to harvest in about 75 days after planting. This makes for an ideal grow both indoors and outdoors, although yields tend to be a bit better when grown outdoors, ranging between 60-160 g/plant. Indoor yields, on the other hand, tend to reach about 40-130 g/m2.
When grown outdoors, White Cheese Auto Plants prefer a dry, warm, and sunny climate. They also do particularly well in greenhouses. The buds from these plants are usually thick and dense, reminiscent of a good indica, and boast a generous layer of frosty trichomes; a telltale sign of a potent strain.
Grow your own White Cheese Autoflowering
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- From seed to harvest
- 10-11 weeks
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