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Blue Cheese (Barneys Farm) :: StrainReview :: Outdoor :: No.31811631190061705 by pachanoi

Plant-Profile about Blue Cheese (by Barneys Farm)

This Plant-Profile is a individual expression by , uploaded at the 17.06.2012.

Information about the growth of the plants:

Harvest Time Outdoor
Middle of August in BxlSaα climates at the northern hemisphere.
Climate zones according to the SeedFinder classification with actual data from 1986-2009
Growth Behavior
Bushy
Strong
Fast
Side Branches
incomprehensibly many; long as well as very strong and vigorous.
The plants of this Cannabis-Strain...
...need place and should not be placed close together.
...are tolerant to over- or under-fertilization.
...are not vulnerable to fungal diseases.
...are not susceptible to mold.
...looks and grow more like a Sativa.
...are well suited for a SoG (See of Green).
...are a good choice for commercial cultivation.
...build many, thick buds on the side branches.
...can build pre flowers into the growth period.

Harvest, Yield, Taste, Aroma, strength and effectiveness

Yield / Quantity
The crop of this strain is insane high and absolutely top yields.
Buds / Leaves
The ratio of buds to leaves is absolute peak.
Bud Structure
The dried buds are hard and compact.
Strength / Lasting Effect
The weed is very strong and long lasting.
Tolerance Built
slow tolerance education.

Aroma / Smell

The aroma / smell of this variety recalls onto / is
Sour
Dairy
Butter
Hot Milk
Spicy
Hashish
Bitter
Chemical
Tar
Microbiological
Rot
Earth
Mold
Wood

General Impression

Blue Cheese (Barneys Farm)
(Outdoor)

is all together insane strain - absolutely recommendable
(On average 10 Points onto a scale between 0 and 10 !)

Additional Information

pachanoi says

No mold, fast sativa growth, no yellowing of fans, MEGA organic smell that may not be stoppable in flowering, smells a lot like horse manure.
No mold even with wet cold heads for last two weeks.
Thirty oz dry weight of hard trimmed heads grown in natural soil in a poor green house.
(17.06.2012, 02:19)