Badazz OG Cheese by Seedsman
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Now in our feminised seeds catalogue at Alchimiaweb, Seedsman presents Badazz OG Cheese, a Sativa dominant hybrid with a pungent aroma and sticky buds.
The union of one of the most appreciated OG cultivars and the famous Cheese cannabis variety has produced a must-try variety. Baddaz OG Cheese has inherited all best characteristics of OG, in particular the flavours, but also delivers a more abundant harvest thanks to the Cheese genetics.
It is a fast-flowering variety that in around 65 days will offer you an unforgettable cannabis harvest. It produces a yield of up to 500g per m2 in indoor gardening. In the outdoors, when grown in good conditions it can offer a yield up to 800g per plant, and will be ready to harvest mid October. Badazz OG Cheese is a variety that perfectly adapts to all growing conditions.
Badazz OG Cheese, power and flavours very present
It has a cannabinoids and terpenes high concentration thanks to the encounter between these two powerful strains.
The OG inheritance provides the organoleptic qualities with creamy and spicy flavours. This is an appreciated characteristic for concentrates lovers looking for intense flavours and powerful effects.
In terms of the effects of Badazz OG Cheese, the Sativa influence is clearly at the forefront, producing a highly cerebral and energetic, sensation of well being, a perfect variery for sharing some time with friends.
Seedsman Badazz OG Cheese info:
- Type: Feminised seeds
- Genetics: Badazz OG x UK Cheese
- Sativa dominant hybrid
- Indoor flowering: 65 days
- Outdoor harvest: mid-October
- Indoor yield: 500g per m2
- Outdoor yield: 800g per plant
- THC: 15-20%
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Opinions about Badazz OG Cheese by Seedsman and questions
Normally, outdoor plants are started during Spring (march/april). They grow for some months until they start flowering by August. It doesn't matter when you plant it, it'll grow until August and then start the bloom period no matter its size.
If you want really big plants, you should have planted them already. If you want small plants, plant them in June and you'll harvest them in October.
Hope this helps!