Royal Cheese Fast Flowering: Delivers Cheesy Buds In No Time
Royal Cheese Fast Flowering outcompetes most other photoperiod strains when it comes to speed and vigour. She’ll serve up a canopy of frosty indica-dominant buds in several weeks.
Royal Cheese Fast Flowering produces dense and frosty buds in no time at all. As one of the fastest photoperiods available, she ploughs through the flowering stage in as little as six weeks. Unusually swift for a photoperiod strain, her impressive brevity has won over many growers that usually opt for autoflowering varieties. She combines great productivity and stoning indica effects with a short and sweet growing period. What’s not to love?
ROYAL CHEESE FAST FLOWERING: GENETIC ANALYSIS
Royal Cheese Fast Flowering features a closely balanced genetic profile of 60% indica genetics and 40% sativa. The strain stems from the Cheese lineage, which has a rich history and made a massive impact on modern cannabis breeding. Alongside White Widow and Kush, Cheese occupies the pantheon of cultivars that cannabis users all over the world know and love.
Cheese genetics first emerged in the United Kingdom in 1988. Breeders obtained Skunk #1 genetics from across the pond, which was first introduced to the Netherlands by a Cali breeder known as Sam “the Skunkman”. The underground team received a seed packet from the Netherlands that contained a particularly “cheesy” batch of genetics. After honing and refining this pleasant trait, Cheese soon swept across the country and became one of the most popular cultivars to smoke and grow within its borders.
Still popular in its original form, breeders all over the world now use Cheese genetics as a foundation to create exciting new varieties. Our skilled breeding team at Royal Queen Seeds created their own feminized version of this classic cultivar, making it ideal for home growers in pursuit of dank female flowers every time they grow.
Throughout the breeding process, we aimed to draw out one trait in particular: speed. Photoperiod strains provide great yields, but sometimes take a while to flower. We selected and crossed the fastest specimens and landed on a truly rapid flowering time of 6–8 weeks.
GROWING ROYAL CHEESE FAST FLOWERING
Royal Cheese Fast Flowering boasts hardy and durable genetics. She’s a go-to strain for those seeking a reliable and consistent yield every season. Take a brief look through her family tree, and it won’t take long to stumble upon landrace genetics such as Afghani and Colombian Gold.
These ancestor varieties proliferated in harsh climates and thus feature great durability. And indeed, Royal Cheese still holds these impressive traits. She’ll grow just about anywhere and deals with temperature fluctuations, pests, and pathogens like a champ.
These speedy varieties put out gorgeous flowers in relatively large quantities. Her buds are compact, frosty, and colourful. Expect to see an explosion of deep purple, light and dark green, and yellow during the later stages of the flowering phase.
If you’re planning on growing this strain indoors, you’ll have a lot of control over how busy and tall she becomes. If you have a large enough grow tent, you can let her peak at a height of 100cm and put out an abundance of lateral growth. She’ll generate one main monster cola and plenty of secondary flowers. Expect a yield of 450–500g/m² after only 6–8 weeks of blooming.
Royal Cheese (Fast Flowering)
|Royal Cheese (Fast Flowering)|
|Old School Skunk x Afghani|
|450 – 500 gr/m2|
|60 – 100 cm|
|6 – 8 weeks|
|Sativa 40% Indica 60%|
|550 – 600 gr/plant|
|130 – 200 cm|
|A combination of stoned + high|
If you’re low on space, top and train your plant early to keep specimens at a height of 60cm. These techniques will also produce a more balanced and aerated canopy filled with equal-sized flowers.
Plants grown outdoors are capable of thriving in diverse environments, from the heat of the Mediterranean to the cooler temperatures of northern Europe and Canada. These specimens will grow to taller heights of 130–200cm and produce a rewarding return of 550–600g/plant. Prepare your trimming and drying space for harvest in early October.
EFFECTS, FLAVOUR, AND AROMA OF ROYAL CHEESE FAST FLOWERING
Royal Cheese’s closely balanced genetic profile and array of unique terpenes contribute to a multifaceted high. Sure, her indica dominance guarantees a heavy body stone, but her significant sativa genetics endow the experience with an ambient cerebral buzz.
Her resinous flowers produce an average THC content of 17%, along with medium levels of CBD. She occupies the middle ground when it comes to potency. She won’t catapult your mind into another dimension, nor will she disappoint. She makes a perfect smoke during the day or night to ease tension, elevate the mood, and bring the mind into a relaxed and meditative state.
You’ll notice your body become looser after each toke. Once you’ve burned down an entire joint, you’ll find yourself teetering on the boundaries of euphoria. The muscles melt, tension leaves the body, and the mind comes alive with creative ideas and philosophical thoughts. Blaze this strain with your closest friends and go deep into your most fascinating theories.
Sweet, cheesy, and earthy tastes infuse every hit. High levels of the terpene caryophyllene contribute a peppery taste to the fold, whereas limonene adds an element of citrus and a slightly stimulating effect. Myrcene brings up the rear with tastes of earthiness and relaxing properties.
ROYAL CHEESE AUTOMATIC
After experiencing the wonders of Royal Cheese, our breeding team played with the idea of creating an autoflowering version. It didn’t take them long to manifest this into reality. Royal Cheese Automatic carries the best traits of her predecessor into the world of autoflowering genetics. The original’s delightful tastes and stoning high are now available in an easy-to-grow autoflowering package.
The team struck gold after breeding Royal Cheese with Royal Critical Automatic and a ruderalis strain. After playing around with this combination, they produced an autoflowering replica of the original cultivar.
Royal Cheese Automatic
|Royal Cheese Automatic|
|Cheese x Royal Critical x Ruderalis|
|425 – 475 gr/m2|
|60 – 100 cm|
|7 – 8 weeks|
|Sativa 30% Indica 50% Ruderalis 20%|
|160 – 210 gr/plant|
|60 – 120 cm|
|9 – 10 weeks after sprouting|
Grown indoors, Royal Cheese Automatic reaches anywhere between 60–100cm and produces an impressive 425–475g/m². This lightning-fast cultivar will surge from an inert seed into a fully mature plant within a mere 9–10 weeks.
She shares a similar high to Royal Cheese, only more mellow. A THC content of 15% generates a relaxed high with almost no chance of becoming overwhelmed or unable to function. You can get away with smoking these flowers in the morning while still having a productive—yet very chill—day. Cheesy and spicy notes accompany her soothing and grounding effects.
ROYAL CHEESE FAST FLOWERING: A SUPERB ALL-ROUND CULTIVAR
Royal Cheese Fast Flowering provides a long list of impressive traits. As a true all-rounder, she offers amazing tastes, a balanced and mellow high, rewarding yields, and brief flowering time. Sow these seeds in spring, and you’ll be filling your stash jars up with earthy and stoning flowers in no time.
Royal Cheese Fast Flowering grows incredibly fast for a photoperiod strain. Watch her pump out colourful and dense flowers in weeks! Find out more inside.
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Great Strain. Easy to grow.
I(am guessing for 70-100 G each Plant.
I had 3 Phenos, one very Minty. One smelled Like Skunk
and the Last one like an Oriental Perfume….Just Loovley. Big, Dense Resinous Buds
Vigorous plant since sprouted, which started to flower too early because of climate conditions, and revegged like nothing happened. In fact, the speed of growth was always very fast. At the end we have very nice production in relation to the plant size..
Stinks like a skunk, nasty, deep smell. i love it but happens like with a good blue cheese, it is overwhelming fore some people but others love it and enjoy it deeply..
This strain eats a lot of nutes, passing the recommended dose.
The problem is that this strain can attract a lot of attention around, when it starts to flower the smell increases 300%
The particularity i see, is that, this strain is kind of “sensitive” with the switch to flowering, what would be fine in a controlled enviroment but if you are planning to take the plants out early i would not recommend the fast flowering pheno.
Talking about quality and production, you can check by yourself, the production couldnt be better for a plant of that size, amazing huge colas, the buds are well coated in thc, stunning in my opinion, and when you taste the first sample of a bud, you know it is a true Cheese.
Dank smoke, i really love it, gotta cure to get all the flavour, which is good but it has to develop all the tones.
Taste after 4 months in jars :
The taste is simply as hard as the smell . you light up a fatty on the street or in a park, and people look at you like. that smells so dank, friends told me they can smell it more than 30m away, so it is better to be sure police is not near hahahaha
Flavour is amazing, so skunky, so intense, and with touches of cheese strain: This plant wash your mouth, and leves you with a very long lasting and tasty aftertaste, similar to a skunk but with with that cheesy, spicy special nuances..
It hits hard, psychoactively, but also in the body, very good bubble, my head enters a pleasant bubble, but not deeply narchotic, you can smoke one or two along the evening , even thought, very relaxing and happy high.
Personally this kind of flavour i love it soo much that, for sure, i will be growing this strain in the future.
The quality developed is far way better of what you can expect here in the black market, very difficult to find something similar, so guys, my advice if you are doubting about growing: Keep it organic and grow yourself ! 🙂
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