Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Experience the warm, tingling sensation that spreads from your head to your waist, after smoking this glorious strain. Effects last around 45 minutes and are predominantly indica-oriented.
The crossing of Dutch Cheese x NL produced a very good indica-dominant variety that has dark-green buds, rust-orange pistils, a moderate amount of trichomes and a very dense overall structure. This is a great overall strain that isn't top-shelf but is by no means considered "mids." You'll know this strain by the cheesy smell, coupled with danky Skunk and hash. Gouda's Glory tastes very much like a cheese pizza, with a bit of skunkiness. It's also somewhat of a creeper strain, with the full effect not taking place for 10 or 15 minutes.
If growers are looking for a strain to put in their SCRoG garden, they need look no further than Gouda's Glory. These ladies have tons of sturdy side-branching, produce huge colas and have proven success in SCRoG grows. They will do very well in colder climates outdoors and should be ready for harvest by the middle of October. Indoors it's recommended to vegetate them around 4 or 5 weeks, before forcing flowering. Once the switch is flipped, they will put on a beautiful display of flowering for 8 or 9 weeks. For enhanced flavors consider curing this strain up to 2 months in a mason jar.
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