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Sagarmatha Seeds - Chunky Skunk

Sagarmatha Seeds - Chunky Skunk cannabis seed
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SAG526F
Genetics:
Chunky SkunkBuddha Cheese
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Sagarmatha Seeds Chunky Cheese is a strain of cheese from the the original Big Budda gene pool and has been especially selected for her aroma and high yields.

Chunky Cheese is a potent Skunk 1 plant which brings that unique taste and aroma from the early 80's straight to your pipe. This girl grows up to be the perfect Christmas tree, frosting with sticky crystal balls of glissening THC trichromes. Her cannabis seeds take 55 days to flower.

This cup winner will be sure to bring happiness and good cheer to all your friends and family. So grow some cheeze and go crackers!

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Feminized?Yes
Photoperiod?Yes
Indica and Sativa StrainsYes
HeightMedium
Flowering TimeMedium
YieldAverage
THC ContentMedium
GeneticsChunky Skunk X Buddha Cheese

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