- Classification: Sativa-dominant
- Parents: Apple Jack x Cheese Quake
- Growing Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
- Flowering Time: 8 – 9 weeks
- Height: Medium
- Yield: Low
- Medical Uses: Nausea, Crohn’s disease, anorexia, anxiety
- Breeder: Amadeus Genetics
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: A soothing and munchie-inducing effect quickly takes place after smoking Apple Cheese Quake. This is a great strain for nausea and other stomach disorders, as well as treating those with anorexia
Apple Cheese Quake has buds that are fairly oblong in shape, but have good density and above average trichome numbers. They put out a danky aroma of fruit, Haze and pepper, with flavors of sweet fruit and Haze. Effects of this strain are great for any time of day or night. This is a strain that won’t put you down, but won’t create an energetic high, either. It’s more of a middle of the road strain that will treat various internal problems.
Apple Cheese Quake should be vegetated between three and four weeks, when grown indoors. It’s best to cultivate this one in soil, but hydro will suffice, while providing decent results. Indoor temperatures should range between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The yield of ACQ is nothing to write home about, but outdoor gardeners who cultivate these ladies directly in the ground should experience slightly better yields. Topping and FIMing are also a great way to increase the yield of Apple Cheese Quake. Look for outdoor harvest to be ready by the second week of October, at the latest.