Cheeseberry is an Indica dominant hybrid, the product of crossbreeding two strains, Cheese and Blueberry. Cheese is an interesting strain since it’s one of very few whose birthplace is England, where it was created by a band of freewheeling anarchists, the Exodus Collective. Blueberry is a much respected strain that’s been recognised by winning awards in the High Times Cannabis Cup no less than three times.
The Cheeseberry strain has a skunky aroma that will remind you of freshly dug earth while the taste is quite sweet and fruity with a hint of cheese flavor. The high is quick acting and balances the typically physical and sedative effects of Indica types with the cerebral Euphoria of the Sativas. Medical practitioners recommend this weed for poor appetite and stress.
Cheeseberry plants grow to a height of between 80 and 100 centimetres indoors, although outdoors they can stretch out to two metres or more. The mid-green leaves will take on a purplish tint as they mature, especially if the plants are exposed to cooler temperatures. The buds are dense and covered in a layer of glittering crystals. THC levels can be as high as 20 percent.
Indoors, the Cheeseberry strain favors the SOG growing method. Flowering time is eight to 10 weeks and yields range from 350 to 400 grams per square metre. Outdoor growing is possible in cooler regions and harvest in the northern hemisphere comes towards the end of October.
If you like the idea of the cheese and fruit flavor combination then you should give this weed a try. Cheeseberry is easy to grow and horticulturalists in places like the UK and the Netherlands will find that it will succeed outdoors.
Indoors or outdoors
|THC Level: |
Up to 20%
|Flowering Time: |
|Plant Type: |
Cheese x Blueberry
350 to 400 gm2
|Grow Difficulty: |
Moderate - Easy
2 comments on Cheeseberry
I’m using Foxfarm ocean blend
Does the Cheeseberry strain require high levels of nutrients? Thinking of soil types for different strains.