Dairy Queen marijuana is a Sativa dominant weed that’s the product of crossbreeding three strains; Cheese, Romulan, and Cindy 99. The other is an American chain restaurant best known for its burgers and ice creams. Why this strain’s creators chose the name remains a mystery.
Its pungent smell includes notes of skunk and fruit while the flavor has a sweetish, cheesy nature reminiscent of cheesecake. This weed produces a soaring high which heightens the senses. It’s a good daytime smoke as it doesn’t cause incapacity unless you really overindulge. In medical use, the Dairy Queen strain can help with muscular pain, stress and poor appetite.
Dairy Queen plants are bushy and grow to between 100 and 120 centimetres tall. The leaves are mid-green and large and the buds are a paler green, dense and covered in a coating of sticky resin. The THC content has been measured at 21 percent in the lab.
Indoors, Dairy Queen weed favors the SOG growing method whether you cultivate it in soil or hydro. Flowering time is eight to 10 weeks and yields are up to 450 grams per square metre.
The Dairy Queen strain produces robust plants which are suitable for northern European growing as long as you avoid frost and plant the seedlings out in as sunny a spot as possible. Harvest in the northern hemisphere is in mid-October.
With its unusual cheesecake flavor and high potency, Dairy Queen is a favorite with cannabis connoisseurs. It’s easy to grow and suitable for newcomers to the weed cultivation world.
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Cheese x Romulan x Cindy 99
Up to 450 gm2
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