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Hindukush x Cheese
Breeder: Big Buddha Seeds
Strain Name: Hindu Cream
Parents: Hindu Kush x Cheese
Genetics : 90% Indica 10% Sativa
Sensory Experience: Deep psychedelic and sensual , a real step back into yesteryear
Flowering Times: Indoors 8 -10 weeks – Outdoors Mid October
Smell: Hash, fruit, spice
Taste: : Manali hash with old school tones
Height: Indoors 1.40m – Outdoors 2m+
Weight: Indoors @ 1.40m up to 80 grams – Outdoors @ 2m plus 800-1000 grams
Flowering time: 9 weeks
Taste/Smell: Heavy hints of caramel and hashish mixed with a strong after taste of Cheese
Hindukush x Cheese is a unique hybrid combining two of the most appreciated cannabis strains in the modern history of cannabis.
The Hindukush we used to make this strain is the original Hindukush clone first brought to Holland in the late 1970s/early 80s, and is the mother of most Kush strains available today.
Where modern Kush hybrids have lost much of their Indica phenotypes due to multiple inbreeding, you will find the 100% true Indica traits here as this Kush has never been hybridized and is maintained in its original form to protect these rare genetics.
Hindukush x Cheese is a consistent strain that grows easy and gives good yields, with a strong smell of pine and Cheese during flowering and very strong hints of caramel and hashish when smoked with a long-lasting and intense Cheesy aftertaste.
The pure Indica influences of the Hindukush are obvious as soon as you start growing this plant, you can expect little-to-no stretch from this strain but instead a dense bushy Indica that is easy to grow both indoors and outdoors.
This pure Indica trait does mean that you need to grow them to the size you want them to finish at as no more than 10% stretch is noticed during the first weeks of flowering.
This strain has a short internode space and high leaf ratio during the vegetative cycle; this means long elongated buds along the entire stem.
Individually these buds are golf ball sized and incredibly dense thanks to the Hindukush influence.
Hindukush x Cheese grows thick and strong branches mostly able to support the buds, but due to the density we recommend to use sticks or netting to keep them up during the last two weeks as they can get top heavy.
This strain can take a lot of food, both during vegetative and flowering periods.
During the vegetative cycle you can use the maximum recommended dosage of the fertilizer brand of your choice, these plants cannot get enough Nitrogen, we also recommend to start using beneficial bacteria as soon as possible to ensure a healthy soil so that all nutrients are easy accessible by your plants.
Make sure to flush or use enzymes regularly when feeding high dosages on a regular basis as salts build-up around the roots which might slow down their nutrient uptake.
During the flowering cycle you can continue using N based fertilizers during the first 4 weeks to keep the leaves healthy and green.
As you start increasing your flowering nutrients you can usually see when the plant starts using up the energy stored in the leaves in week 5, as some of the leaves will start wilting at the bottom of the plants. From this point you can stop using growth nutrients and focus on the flowers and their sugar production.
Source: Weedworld Magazine Issue 127