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Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese


Gender: Feminized seeds
Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese seeds are feminized seeds that only produce female plants.
Type: Greenhouse and Indoor
Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese is suitable for growing: Greenhouse and Indoor.
Genetics: Indica 80% Sativa 20%
Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese contains the following genes: Indica 80% Sativa 20%.
High: Heavy stoned
Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese gives a ’Heavy stoned’ effect.
Flowering: 50 – 60 days
Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese flowers for about 50 – 60 days.
Height: 50 – 100 cm
Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese grows into about 50 – 100 cm plants.
Yield: + 600 gm per m2
The yield of Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese is about + 600 gm per m2.
Medical: High THC / Low CBD
Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese is a strain with high THC and low CBD strength.
Climate : Hot and Temperate
Barneys Farm – Triple Cheese is suitable for the following climates: Hot and Temperate.

Weight1 oz

Pack Size

10 Feminized




Old Cheese x Blue Cheese

Sativa/Indica Ratio


Flowering Time

50 – 60 Days


Indica Dominant Hybrid


+600 g/m2


The famous original cheese flavor of the original cheese intensified and sweetened in a crossing with the famous Blue Cheese. The results are outstanding.

For all cheese lovers this is a new benchmark strain. Easy to grow, dense buds with a remarkable blueberry and old cheese taste. It packs a punch too, with THC levels regularly hitting over 22%.

Triple cheese is the crossing of our Blue Cheese with the powerful Original Cheese (Skunk#1 phenotype), created over many generations of selections and backcrossing to give this amazing strain. Triple Cheese is everything we wanted to create and more. But wait, it gets better; this plant is easy to grow and produces dense buds with a remarkable blueberry and Old Cheese taste. The undisputable dank cheese flavour dominates this strain, and packs a punch.


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