Marley's Cheese is an inbred version of the F2 generation of the strain Cheese Tease. Due to the multiplicity of possible genetic permutations with F2s there are many different pheno-types that can be produced by these seeds with concomittant variations in both chemo-type and resin profiles. Some of these are even cheesier than the original Cheese strain while others are more subtle expressions of it. A lot of these different phenos develop long, fox-tail buds which elongate dramatically during maturation. This property gave rise to the name Marley's Cheese as they are very similar-looking to the dread-locks sported by the world's greatest reggae musician and song-writer.
This is a sativa-dominant, high-yielding, medium to tall plant which can be grown both indoors and outdoors in warmer regions such as the Mediterranean. Flowering lasts for about 11 weeks; outdoors they will be ready to harvest during the month of October in the northern hemisphere.
About Kaliman Seeds
Nearly 40 years ago, having tried many of the Cheese strains available and unsatisfied with each one, Rockster, founder of Kaliman Seeds started cultivating his own strains. In 1989, after years of development Kaliman Seeds released their first Exodus Cheese clone.
This clone was the catalyst for the start of a successful era for Kaliman, with Rockster managing to turn it into a reliable seed form for general sale.
You can buy Kaliman Seeds Cheese #1 from Seedsman today and experience a strain that is only carrying genes from the original; it is not hybridised and is in a normal, healthy, male/female population that matures in 8/11 weeks.