Blue Cheese is a classic indica-dominant hybrid that delivers a memorable taste and balanced high. Her distinctive name has more to do with her genetic lineage, a cross between the popular strain Blueberry and the UK-native variety, Cheese, than with her taste, which is surprisingly fruity.
Blue Cheese is a pleasantly balanced strain that produces effects that are as potent on the body as it is on the mind. It is well suited for post-work or weekends, as well as for tasks or errands that need to be done during the day. The feeling of high also makes it a popular option for social gatherings.
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The leaf to bud ratio is high, which means growers need to prune the wide, fan-like leaves that grow at the top of the plant to allow light to reach the floral nodes on the lower branches.
This strain flowers in 8-10 weeks indoors and is ready for harvest in late September when grown outdoors. It is a high yielding plant, with large flowers clustered around the terminal cola and side branches; growers can expect around 500-600 grams per square meter of plant.
The strain can be grown outdoors, but like most cannabis strains, it requires a constant source of sunlight and a fairly constant temperature. Indoor cultivation can be a more appealing option.
One of the go-to strains for managing chronic stress levels, lack of appetite, chronic pain, and insomnia, Blue Cheese cannabis has medicinal effects that are typically characteristic of indica strains. However, this strain does not usually result in an immediate onset of sleepiness, but rather a mild surge as the high subsides.