Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Queso provides an immediate and moderately potent effect that is great for easing away all the troubles of the day, as you drift off into a relaxed and blissful state of being.
These buds are very swollen and odd-shaped. The nugs are often lopsided and have bulges sticking out of them. However they are usually very frosty and have tons of short, rust-colored pistils, giving them a very unique overall appearance. The aroma, which is quite similar to the flavor, is of cheese, Kush and skunk, making for quite a delectable combination. Queso is well-above average, in terms of potency, and will bring users back to an old-school era of smoking, with a modern twist on the potency.
It's recommended to vegetate these ladies just 10 days to 2 weeks, before forcing flowering. They will do very well when fed low to moderate (at most) amounts of nutrients. Adding too many nutrients will drown out the impeccable flavor, as well as make the flush prolonged. Queso has a moderate yield that is more renowned for its potency than its volume. This strain produces clones that tend to take root relatively quickly, so that's another bonus for growers. Hash makers will be enthused to learn that these ladies produce a lot of frosted sugar leaves, that are ideal for making concentrates.
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