Exodus Cheese

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Exodus Cheese

Exodus Cheese is an Indica dominant strain that was created in the Netherlands by combining a Cheese strain from the UK with an old cannabis horticulturist’s favourite, Skunk #1. The name Exodus may come from the Bob Marley hit, or from the Exodus Collective, a group of freewheeling spirits who organised raves around England in the 1990s.

As you’d expect from the name, the Exodus Cheese strain has a smell that’s reminiscent of mature cheddar and this carries over into the flavor. The taste also has notes of earth, moss and pine. The high creeps up on you slowly until, suddenly, you realise you are very stoned. It combines a narcotic cerebral effect with a strong body buzz. In medical use, the marijuana can relieve muscular pain and help with insomnia.

Exodus Cheese seeds produce medium to tall plants notable for their prolific branching qualities. The large, dense buds are a dark green and covered in shiny crystals. THC content is around 18 percent.

Indoors, the plants are well suited to the SCROG method because of the many vine-like sidestems they grow. In any case, the plants will certainly need some support as they mature and the buds begin to appear. The Exodus Cheese strain has a strong smell while growing, so you may need to take precautions against inquisitive neighbours. Flowering time is seven to eight weeks and yields can be as high as 650 grams per square metre.

Outdoors, the plants should be ready for harvest by the end of September and they’ll do best in a sheltered spot with plenty of sunshine.

Exodus Cheese is not the easiest of strains to grow, but you should do fine if you have intermediate gardening skills. You’ll be rewarded by abundant harvests.

Strain Characteristics:

Indoors or outdoors
THC Level:
Flowering Time:
7-8 weeks
Plant Type:
Late September
Cheese x Skunk #1
Up to 650 gm2
Grow Difficulty:


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3 comments on Exodus Cheese
  1. Cali Blue


    I believe you should try SCROG or the screen of green method involves using a screen to create a canopy. Instead of tying the plant down, you wait for the plant to grow through the screen. Once the branches begin to make their way through, you simply tuck the branches back down into the screen, essentially weaving the branches around it. When it comes time to flower, you will have a well-supported garden that will produce more even colas.

    I find its best for Exodus Cheese

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  2. Matthew

    Hi iv got 3 exodus auto cheese plants they are 4 weeks old and off the pictures iv seen for this type of plant at this age they look a lot bushier ! Mine however are quite tall with not a lot of leafs.. and 2 of them are starting to show signs of flower at only 4 weeks from seed.. this can’t be right surely? But they are very healthy and green!!

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  3. LikitySpliff

    I don’t know how tall it means by medium to tall just had a crop come down that were over 7′ tall. Even the 3 of popcorn blues got that high.we ended up w a yield of 36.17oz off 10 in a 2.4 meter tent. They took the piss though and were from seed. Took just under 6 mo… I don’t know what went on with it lol

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