The Auto Widow Cheese strain is one of the extra potent and high yielding Autoflowers to have been released in the last couple of years. By crossing two extremely strong and popular strains, the iconic Cheese and Auto Widow, the resulting weed is an intense and impressive hybrid of two legends.
The classic cheese fragrance is prevalent in the aroma and the smoke is both sweet and cheesy, encompassing the citrusy flavour of Auto Widow. The effects are initially uplifting, progressing agreeably into a strong body stone which will leave you couchlocked for a couple of hours. Medically, this strain is perfect for those who have muscular pain, depression and insomnia.
The Auto Widow Cheese strain grows to a medium height for an autoflower, between 60 and 120 centimetres. The plant’s structure is bushy and squat with dark green leaves. The buds are big, dense and absolutely covered in a heavy layer of sticky resin. THC and CBD levels have been measured as being towards the top end of the spectrum.
Indoors, it thrives in both a hydroponic set up and soil medium, and reacts well to both SOG and SCROG growing methods. To really maximise yields, leave the plants on 20/4 or 22/2 light regime. Growers who do this can expect up to 100 grams per plant.
Outdoors, its resistance to mould and pests make it an ideal weed to grow if you live in a cooler climate. Planted in an area that receives lots of light, it can be ready in as little as 70 days from seed. You can expect to harvest from May through to October.
Any thorough Auto Widow Cheese review would highly recommend this strain to its readers. Its potency, complex flavour and attractive bag appeal mean that even the keenest smokers will be drooling. It’s also an easy to grow and hardy weed strain, meaning those who lack experience or live in a place that isn’t ideal for growing weed will still produce ample amounts of top grade marijuana.
Indoor or Outdoor
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70 – 80 days from seed
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May to October
The Cheese x Auto Widow
80 – 100 grams per plant
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