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Purple Cheese

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A specially created autoflowering cross of Purple #1, Blue Cheese and Auto #1 (Lowryder/Ruderalis). The addition of the Ruderalis and Purple #1 has allowed us to reduce the overpowering cheese odour whilst maintaining a tight, compact flower structure. Purple Cheese is considered more indica than sativa thanks to the dominant Cheese genetics and delivers a strong, classic intense body stone. High levels of CBD will make this strain a contender for medicinal use. There is a slight fruity taste to the smoke with musty overtones of the original Cheese. Purple Cheese can develop blue/purple hues in both buds and leaves and colder night time temperatures will make the purple more vibrant and extensive. This autoflowering strain should stay in the range of 50-80cm in height, making it ideal for balcony, closets or places where space is tight, or concealment is necessary.

Gender Feminised
Genes 0% Indica / 100% Sativa
Genetics
Harvest
Flowering 9-12 weeks
Room Type Indoor
Room Type Outdoor
Release Year Previously Released

Statistics

108
g/plant
0 oz
Avg. Dry Weight
1 oz
Harvest Weight
107
Likes
2
Harvests

Tastes & Effects

Cheese
3 Growers
Berries
3 Growers
Citrus
1 Grower
Earthy
1 Grower
Sweet
1 Grower
Creative
2 Growers
Dry eyes
1 Grower
Dry mouth
1 Grower
Energetic
1 Grower
Giggly
1 Grower
Relaxed
1 Grower

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killachronic Apprentice
10
Purple Cheese
Resistance
Strong
Growing it
Normal
Very good genetics despite fan falling that plant produced 100 gram cola.
2 years ago
DankyMoon Apprentice
9
Purple Cheese
Resistance
Strong
Growing it
Normal
wow purple stilton has a sweet creamy eucalyptusy terpy early hit at 173c in the cfx as the temp stabilises and the trichz melt down a rich earthy flavor resembling a berry and a lime comez through and the lights get brighter as the high starts kicking i feel it alot in the eyes and forehead and the after taste is a long lasting spearminty lime green earth berry like flavor with that London cheesy dankness lurking all around the room such a great experience i wouldnt wanna be without it.. i could have done a much better job growing but this was my first serious cal mag def so my soil might need some re amending... because i supplimented calmag and it fixed the problem i gave a bit of the tea mix thinking it would revitalize it after the stress but i think that is what made her foxtail but more testing will determine that!
2 years ago

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