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Vision Seeds - Gouda's Grass Auto

Vision Seeds - Gouda\'s Grass Auto cannabis seed
Seeds from Vision Seeds
VIS358F
Genetics:
CheeseHindu Kush
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"Delhi Cheese" is  divine genetic excellence lost in time now reincarnated, a source of happiness, bringer of joy and liberator of fear all coming from in one seed. 

Vision Seeds have surely tried to come close to divinity with the "Delhi Cheese" and with her distant Hindu Kush background there might even be a little bit of truth in the story. One thing is certain, the famous Cheese characteristics are well preserved in this autoflowering version, the intense cheesy smell and flavor are ever present from cultivation to smoke and beyond.

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Greenhouse Grow?Yes
Feminized?Yes
Autoflowering?Yes
Photoperiod?Yes
Mostly Indica?Yes
HeightShort
Height Notes50 cm
Flowering TimeLong
YieldAverage
THC ContentMedium
GeneticsCheese , Hindu Kush

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