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You want cheese, we give you cheese! A heady smoke with a hint of yesteryear. This strain is a good pain reliever, provides a calming, relaxed effect and a blissful state of mind. Our Cheese hybrid with DG Buffalo Gold and Malawi Gold heritage gives less of a couch patato feel and with its strong genetics, grows well in the south.

(10 regular seeds in pack).


Genetics: Cheese #1 x DG BUFFALO GOLD
Variety: Sativa dominant
Flowering Type: Photoperiod
Sex: Regular seeds
Yield indoor: 400g/m2 - 600g/m2
Height indoor: 80 - 100cm
Height outdoor: 100 - 180cm
Flowering time: 10-12 weeks
Taste: Cheesy
Effect: Chill, Spacey. Goofed

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Orders shipped next day, if placed before 3pm (excluding weekends).

All seeds are sold strictly as souvenirs and for genetic preservation.

FREE shipping for orders over R1000 to anywhere in South Africa.

Why regular seeds?

Natural germination by selective breeding of the best female plants with the best males, result in regular seeds. Regular seeds can be either male or female.

Manipulating a female plant into producing pollen to fertilise another female, produces feminised seeds. This manipulation can lead to an unstable strain, with a tendency for females to become a pollen producing hermaphrodite or more susceptible to mould or diseases. Regular F1 unaltered female seeds are preferred by connoisseurs, as the truest represenatation of that strain.

We believe that by sorting our seeds we also get a higher hit rate of females vs males, but the proof is in the pudding. If you don’t get at least 50% females, we will refund you or send you another pack free of charge.

Regular seeds are as nature intended them to be.
Seeds with the strongest and most stable genetic traits.
Seeds of distinction and quality.

Daggafontein Genetics

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