About Swiss Cheese Feminized
Robust outdoor hybrid.
Old school flavor.
Swiss Cheese is a hybrid of Nirvana’s discontinued Swiss Miss and a curious Skunk #1 phenotype that was discovered in the UK and smuggled to Amsterdam in 2007. A mix of a very early Swiss skunk and a robust strain from Nepal, Swiss Miss contributes an “old school” flavor that makes Swiss Cheese unique. This strain is mould-resistant and beginner friendly.
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|Genetics||Skunk#1 no.1 x Swiss Miss|
|Plant type||Predominantly Indica|
|Cultivation||Indoor as well as Outdoor|
|Average Yield||400 - 500 g/m² in SOG|
|Flowering Period||7 - 9 weeks|
Reviews of Swiss Cheese Feminized
RecommendedSwiss cheese!! Hardy plant! The only issues I had was the ones I created. Blossom faster than any nirvsna strain I grew. At first I wasn't impressed with the potency till I realized I was too high too actually tell I was. Smell definitely hinted of some skunk too with a sweet undertone.
RecommendedOverall review: Swiss Cheese has excellent yield potential, but don't buy this strain if you're looking for a high CBD strain.I'm relatively new to growing marijuana and don't have experience with a bunch of strains to compare Swiss Cheese (feminized) to; so, my review is limited to my yield and THC and CBD quantities in this strain. I have a master of science degree in agronomy and am not new to hydroponics, only to growing marijuana.Grow info: 4 Swiss Cheese plants in a Deep Water Culture system within a 26"x26"x84" grow tent (66cm x 66cm x 212cm) under a 400 watt light (MH in vegetative stage and HPS in flowering). The plants were pruned with a manifolding technique so that 3 of the plants had 4 primary colas, and one plant had 8 primary colas. Yes, the tent was packed with large colas!Flowering time: approximately 8 weeks from the first observed pistilsDry weight yield: Excellent! 8 oz. - the plant with 8 colas yielded 4 oz with slightly smaller colas than plants pruned to only 4 primary colas.After curing the buds for approximately 2 months, a flower sample was submitted to an ISO accredited laboratory. The sample was taken from one of the largest primary colas.Total THC content: 24.32% (% based upon dry weight of sample) Total CBD content: 0.05% CBN content 0.02%Although there are strains today producing flowers with greater than 30% THC, I still wouldn't consider this strain to be a medium THC producer as advertised. At 24.32%, THC content was pretty high. And it's definitely not even a low CBD producer.Overall review: I wouldn't recommend this strain to anyone seeking a high or even a low CBD strain. Some seeds from this strain may produce flowers with high quantities of CBD; however, my test results indicate that the strain produces high variability in genetics and the variety is not stable.Seeds are not cheap. I was seeking a high CBD strain to make medical products (muscle balms). Expenses on these seeds and growing them to flower were not worth the results. My next grow will be Raspberry Cough feminized, another strain advertised as high CBD, hopefully with better CBD results though.
RecommendedSwiss.., excellent product.. Very good strong strain.. Flowering took exactly 8wks.. Very strong fuel smell.. She took nutes well, started light then I thought I over fed but she took it..I used bat guano phosphorus & sea kelp plus molasses.. Barely cut her down 4days ago.. Still drying but i microwaved a few buds.. Pretty strong.. Damn good balanced high,, you get the uppy high where your inspired & energetic, then goes into a Northern Lights kinda stone. Should be way better after 4wks of cure.. I read a few negative reviews about Swiss & that's way I ordered her; she grew fantastically for me & I gotta say. I' ll be doing her again... all my phenos were all same.. She kinda stinks strong for indoor but oh well... Another strain in the books...
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