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Discovered in the UK during the late-1980s from a crop of Skunk #1, over the years it was bulked up with either Afghan or Northern Lights depending on the breeder. The indica-dominant Cheese is the chillout Skunky strain for the connoisseur. But you need not be a grand master grower to chop down 500g/m² indoors. Cheese is easy to grow and ready for harvest after just 8 weeks of bloom.

Available at Grey Area, Green place, Utopia

Available at Kadinsky, Yo Yo

CHEESE: THE UNDERGROUND CLASSIC

The coffeeshops of Amsterdam have been purveyors of dankness since the 1970s. There are many fine establishments and too many amazing strains to mention in this text. So let’s cut to the chase. This is your shortcut to the best damn weed in The Dam. Keep reading if you want to enjoy connoisseur-grade cannabis when visiting the coffeeshops of Amsterdam.

Growers often mistake her for an indica in the cannabis garden. Trainwreck, Sour Diesel, and Thai genetics somehow give rise to squat, branchy plants with an impressive flower to leaf ratio. This girl is a sativa in disguise. Even beginner growers can harvest a heavyweight stash after only 8 weeks of flowering.

Gorilla Glue is a space-hungry marijuana monster to cultivate. Phenotype variation is common. Early training and pruning is recommended to control plant height. Production and potency will be contingent upon how much grow-op game you’ve got. Treat her right and a covetous harvest of the stickiest cannabis could be yours.

Short, branchy skunk-type plants are to be expected in the grow-op. Dense clusters of flowers with few leaves to manicure will swell significantly in the last 3 weeks of bloom. Flowering is a fast and furious 8–9 weeks until harvest. AK-47 is a proven performer in all kinds of grow-op configurations from organics to hydroponics.

The Netherlands holds the title of cannabis capital of Europe. Travellers from all over the world make the pilgrimage to sample the fine coffeeshop establishments of Amsterdam and elsewhere. Growers in the country are spoiled for choice when it comes to cannabis consumption, but which strains do they most enjoy cultivating? After distributing much of our genetic archive to the country, we’ve discovered the five most popular strains among growers in the Netherlands.

No surprises here! The Netherlands has a close relationship with Amnesia Haze. After original Haze genetics entered the country decades ago, breeders worked their magic and created Amnesia Haze within Dutch borders. Popular in coffeeshops across Amsterdam, Dutch growers also have a soft spot for this powerful sativa hybrid. She packs a hefty THC value of 22% and provides delicious earthy and citrusy terpenes. Her energetic high shifts motivation up a gear and leaves users looking for something to accomplish. Medium levels of CBD help level out the high and prevent things from becoming overwhelming.

With constant access to coffeeshop-tier weed, Dutch cultivators have impeccable taste. Discover the five most popular strains to grow in the country.

1. AMNESIA HAZE

Amnesia Haze provides a significant yield both indoors and outdoors. Indoor specimens grow to between 80–140cm tall and produce 650–700g/m² after a flowering time of 10–11 weeks. Outdoor plants surge to a towering height of 210cm and produce a rewarding yield of up to 700g/plant. Prepare to harvest these tree-like plants in late October.