Royal Queen Seeds Royal Cheese Automatic Feminised
€8.00 – €55.00
BREEDER/BRAND Royal Queen Seeds
GENETICS UK Cheese x Ruderalis
VARIETY Mostly Indica
FLOWERING TYPE Autoflowering
THC CONTENT 15%
CBD CONTENT 1-5%
YIELD Indoors: 425 – 475 gr/m2; Outdoors: 160 – 210 gr/plant
PLANT HEIGHT up to 100 cm
GROWS Indoors, Outdoors
FLOWERING TIME 10 weeks
TASTE / FLAVOUR Cheese, Skunk
EFFECT Physical, Relaxing
Royal Cheese is one of Royal Queen Seeds best selling strains, loved by many for its unique, strong aroma and taste. The smell of Cheese is like no other strain. Royal Queen Seeds autoflowering strains also seem to be gaining in popularity, mainly due to the fact they are so easy to grow. This strain, the Royal Cheese Automatic, gives the great taste of cheese with the easy-to-grow genetics of their best autoflowering strains.
Much like the original Cheese, coming from Skunk genetics, this new autoflowering variety has a very pungent aroma and strong taste. These are the main attributes of this great little plant, which can grow from seed to harvest in just 10 weeks.
It will grow to a maximum height of around 100 cm; though some heavy-yielding plants may be bigger, most plants will be shorter than this. If grown well, Royal Cheese Automatic will yield generously, giving up to 210 grams per plant in optimal conditions outdoors.
Royal Queen Seeds
Royal Queen Seeds
Royal Queen Seeds was born out of a passion for all things cannabis.
Their founder had been involved with the cannabis growing scene for many years, expanding his knowledge and honing his skills.
The aim of Royal Queen Seeds as a company is to breed their own varieties of cannabis strains, ensuring that the best genetics are available for growers everywhere to cultivate and work with.
veryone at Royal Queen Seeds lives and breathes cannabis, and put every ounce of their passion into our seeds, that is why they are making waves across the world as one of the best and most reliable breeders on the market. Their comprehensive library of strains are all available at seedsbank.ie now.