Characteristics100% Regular Marijuana SeedsA Mostly Indica StrainAverage YieldsA Cup WinnerVery High THC
A brilliantly stinky offering, Kuchi marries OG Kush to a delightfully malodorous UK Cheese. It is a pleasure to grow, although will need a more experienced hand, and will fill the room or garden with thick, pungent cheesy aromas that anticipate the deliciously heavy stone. It may be an idea to reap early to take full advantage of the sweeter flavours.
Devil's Harvest Kuchi weed seeds grow a small, compact cannabis plant, ideal for growing in a small space. If you are a fan of The Cheese then you will love Kuchi, a cross between a male San Fernando Kush and an Exodus Cheese female. This is the first strain officially developed by Devil’s Harvest and is still very popular in the coffeeshops in Amsterdam with both locals and tourists.
Kuchi symbolises the best of California crossed with a great phenotype of probably the most well-known and popular of the UK’s strains, Cheese. The Flavour is classic skunk, old-school and sentimental with one foot in the past. The Afghan heritage creates a compact plant with large, broad indica leaves that require a good level of pruning, ideal for more hands-on gardeners.
If pruned correctly to optimise light penetration, the reward will be smaller, harder nuggets and heavier yields. Kuchi is best suited for a Sea Of Green growing method, with around 20 plants per square metre to really push the yields. Harvests can be reaped at around eight weeks for a sweeter flavour or up to ten weeks for a more powerful punch and a slightly higher yield.
Although not extremely difficult to grow, Kuchi is definitely on the trickier side and is most suited to those with a little experience.
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