Kera Seeds
Amsterdam Cheese

Amsterdam Cheese

breed by Kera Seeds

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Basic / Breeders Info

Amsterdam Cheese is a mostly sativa variety from and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±63 days) and outdoors. Kera Seeds' Amsterdam Cheese is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

Kera Seeds' Amsterdam Cheese Description

Kera Seeds Amsterdam Cheese Amsterdam Cheese is very popular in the United Kingdom, which is also where the Cheese originates from. Because of its incredibly strong cheesy scent and peculiar yellow flowers it’s a plant you won’t soon forget. Because of its high THC levels and its incredibly strong cheesy scent it’s a cannabis plant you won’t soon forget.

Amsterdam Cheese is one of the most potent cannabis types in the world thanks to its Afghan father. This classic plant’s composition is 60% Sativa and 40% Indica. This plant has won several cannabiscups and is swiftly conquering the world.

Amsterdam Cheese isn't the easiest plant to grow, but if you do it right, you’ll get a lot in return for your efforts. She prefers to be grown inside. The Amsterdam Cheese is a remarkable plant that’ll give you a high yield. The plant’s blooming period is 8 to 9 weeks and when grown outside you can harvest it around October. Amsterdam Cheese doesn’t get too big, on average a little taller than a meter when grown indoors, but this doesn’t affect your yield.

The Amsterdam Cheese’s heavy scent of cheese and its yellow flowers do its name justice. Amsterdam Cheese has high THC levels which causes the effects to be enjoyable and long-lasting. You’ll get both stoned and high off this plant which’ll put you in a cheerful mood. Amsterdam Cheese elevates your mood and makes you forget all your troubles. Medically Amsterdam Cheese is used to fight fear, depression and stress.

THC: 13%
CBD: High
Yield when grown indoors: 350 - 400 grams per m2
Yield when grown outdoors: 300 - 400 grams per dried plant
Height when grown indoors: 60 - 100 cm
Height when grown outdoors: 130 - 200 cm
Blooms: 8 - 9 weeks
Harvest: Half October
Genetic background: Afghani X Skunk
Sativa - Indica: 60% Sativa 40% Indica

Amsterdam Cheese Awards

Kera Seeds' Amsterdam Cheese is a cupwinning variety and won 2 awards between 2017 and 2019!

3rd Place
for Kera Seeds at the
Highlife Cup 2019
Skunk Strains
3rd Place
for Kera Seeds at the
Highlife Cup 2017
Skunk Strains

Amsterdam Cheese Lineage / Genealogy

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