Super Cheese Haze

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Category Venus Genetics

Super Cheese Haze by Venus Genetics is an incredibly popular strain in the UK and even more popular in Spain. This strain is the result of crossing a Super Silver Haze and Cheese, an interesting indica/sativa combination of flavors.

Flavor Fruity
Climate Hot
Effect Medicinal antidepressant
Genotype Mostly Indica
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Super Cheese Haze by Venus Genetics is an intense sativa combination that combines the best traits of the strains used to create it, making for a balanced hybrid that took years and years of work to perfect and stabilize.

Indoors this plant has the perfect structure for growing in a SoG system with around 16 plants per light – it can also be grown under a SCRoG system thanks to its many side branches and how well it reacts to being pruned. It’ll need around 70 flowering days in order to flower fully, and under the right conditions you can harvest up to 400g per square meter.

Outdoors these plants can grow quite fast – they might need to be trained due to how long the branches are and how large the buds grow towards the end of the flowering period. We recommend using an anti-pest preventive treatment in order to keep your plants safe from mite attacks. When done right you can harvest up to 600g from just one plant.

Super Cheese Haze has quite a delicious Cheese flavor with a hint of Haze – a unique strain for those looking for sweet and spicy flavors. It gives an intensely energetic effect that turns more relaxing towards the end of the high.

  • Sativa/Indica: 60/40%
  • Flowering: 10 weeks indoors, end of October outdoors.
  • Height: 0.8-1.2m indoors, 3m outdoors.

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