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The taste / flavour of Swiss Cheese was characterized as Bitter (or Chemical), fairly Microbiological (or Charcoal) and additionally as a little bit Sour (or Dairy). . read more
I experienced 2 very different pheno’s out of 3 plants. The one is MAGIC! It looks like the picture dutch passion has for skunk no1 in their catalog, I think this pheno leans more towards the cheese than the swiss & is the keeper for sure. Thick pistols, lots of resin and quite dense flower formation. This pheno is tolerant to strong nutrients. The other pheno is not as nice looking, pistols are much thinner and flower formation is a bit more airy. This pheno is not nutrient tolerant. All plants keep uniform height. The more swiss leaning pheno tends to get magnesium deficiency around 5 weeks into flowering.
The aroma / smell of Swiss Cheese can be described best as a little bit Sour (or Citrus) and additionally as basically Sweet (or Fruity). . read more
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This strain is just excellent. Smoke report below.
I grew 25 seedlings feminized in a 120x120x200cm grow tent. I veg them for 20 days and flower them for 60 days.
Good CO2 ventilation and good climate (see K2 grow video)
They were grown totally organic. All Mix soil, 11 liter pots, 1 gram of trichoderma/miccorrhizae per pot, I brew carbohydrate teas along with Voodoo Juice and I added 2 grams of miccos in the solution,I let it bubble for 3 days, once in a while I added humic/fulvic Acid to the solution for an even better colonization of beneficial micro-organisms. I started Bio Bloom 3 weeks after the switch to 12/12, at medium doses. No PK chelates shit. Just organic teas and organic Bloom. I need to warn you that, just like Cheese, this strain smells a lot and you will definetely need a good carbon filter. The odor is hard to control.
Plants are very uniform. Starting 12/12 at 25cm tall, they will grow quite a lot, up to 100cm. They grow with 1 main huge cola of about 60cm in height.Short internodes that allow an excellent light penetration. They are perfect for tight SOG systems. Very few branches!
Since they don’t grow bushy, the yield for my SOG system was quite good too. I harvested 480grams for 600w of light (approx 18g per plant)
These main colas are not as large as an Haze, but much denser. So I was a bit worried about the yield, but due to the compactness of the buds, it turned out very good quality-wise.
The taste is excellent and exotic like an Haze. You can clearly tell it»s a Cheese relative, but Nirvana added a very sugary/tropical taste to the UK Cheese. The result is a taste much more enjoyable than the real Cheese. It«s pungent, tropical and exotic.
The smoke is like a very good pure Indica : extremely relaxing, mellow, social, no paranoia, no restlessness. Not a Sativa/Indica hybrid effect. Just very relaxing and very social. Excellent.
If I could rate this strain 12 out of 10, I would.
6% Thought provoking
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