Critical Cheese Autoflowering is an indica dominant hybrid strain that was created by the crossbreeding of parent strains Critical+ Auto and Cheese Auto. The merging of these two phenomenal autoflowering strains combines the best traits of each variety to bring about a stable and strong strain. Critical Cheese Autoflowering is recognised for its large yields, durable nature, and manageable compact size.
The strain is also very easy to grow, a characteristic that may appeal to beginner growers looking to start in the shallow end. The strain grows at a rapid rate which will grant near instant gratification. The autoflowering genetics also make it so growers don’t have to go about changing the light cycle in order to initiate the flowering stage, the plant will take care of this all by itself.
The high generated by smoking Critical Cheese Autoflowering is powerful and long-lasting. It’s a good choice of flower to be smoking at the end of a long day to sit back and chill for a while. The high levels of THC produced by the flowers of the strain ensure that the high lingers. This isn’t a stain that requires smokers to be constantly rolling joint after joint in order to stay stoned. The taste and scent of this strain are as pleasant as the relaxing high and tones of citrus, lemon, and lime are distinct.
The durable nature of Critical Cheese Autoflowering enables the plant to be grown well within a multitude of environments, both indoors and outdoors. The compact stature of this plant also presents the added benefit of it being very stealthy and discreet, and doesn’t require a ton of space to grow. If growing the strain indoors within a grow room or tent then expect yields of anywhere between 40 to 160g per plant.
Outdoor plants may fare slightly better depending on the conditions and usually produce between 60 to 180g per plant, reaching heights of up to 120cm. Harvest time for outdoor plants can occur between the months of April and October. Critical Cheese Autoflowering typically takes between 65 and 75 days to reach harvest after germination has taken place.
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