The shape of White Cheese Autoflowering is clearly influenced by her Indica dominance, leading to mid-sized, compact and branchy plants with short internodes and thick, rock-hard buds. During the last phase of the flowering, this strain becomes a sight to behold, with extraordinarily long glandular trichomes that give her a very attractive look. A hard-to-resist velvety temptation!
White Cheese Autoflowering is a little stinky plant that produces numerous thick and heavy buds noted for the dense layer of resin covering them, which is why she’s so suitable for the elaboration of tasty extractions.
This is one of White Cheese Autoflowering’s strengths. Her potent Cheese aroma, accompanied by notes of fresh flowers and some sweet-sour touches, breaks down all prejudices regarding the taste of autoflowering genetics. A top-quality taste to quickly meet the expectations of demanding consumers.
White Cheese Autoflowering is a powerful combination, because the super-relaxing effect of White Widow is boosted by the terpene profile of Cheese. The result is a more physical than cerebral effect of long duration perfect for muscle relaxation.
This is the golden opportunity of novice growers that have long been cannabis consumers. If you’ve got a well-trained palate and a very high tolerance to cannabis, but have just started growing marijuana, White Cheese Autoflowering is the right choice. Why? Because this easy-to-grow plant will turn into a smelly beauty full of resinous buds in exchange for a standard diet and very little attention. And, best of all, she ends her cycle in only 75 days from germination. Yes, filling your pantry is as easy as this.
White Cheese Autoflowering performs well both indoors and outdoors. However, despite her moderate size, this plant may not be the most discreet option for outdoor growing because her piercing Cheese aroma could attract unwanted attention. That’s why we recommend the guerrilla grow or cultivating in isolated areas if you finally decide to do so outdoors. For indoors, you’d better get a potent anti-odour filter.
If you want her to thrive, like with all autoflowering strains, you should add 30 % of coco coir to the substrate to make sure it is well-aerated, water frequently but sparsely and use a 10-20-L pot from the very beginning.