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Exodus Cheese review

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this isn't the original cheese, or even the one favoured by the exodus collective, which remains 'clone only' to this day. the real deal has a taste as strong as the smell, and it's the fruitiest thing this side of blueberry, but considerably more potent and so deserves respect; it's caused more 'whiteys' than any other strain in the uk, and takes a while to get used to. the biggest problem is that funky smell. it's just in a different league to anything else....if you pass someone in the street with some in their pocket, you'll know it. if a friend comes to your house with some, the first thing you say won't be your usual greeting, it'll be more like 'you smell nice'. all well and good, but attracts attention like no other. the good and the bad varieties...you have been warned! other than the smell, it's a dream to grow. strong, vigorous, mould resistant, loves sog, scrog, yield wise similar to northern lights, not as good as say, jack herer in that regard. it doesn't actually hum that bad on the grow, but just wait 'til harvest time and you will be able to follow your nose back from the shops. not one to grow in an urban environment, especially for beginners; carbon filters won't help you here as the smell amps up once it's cropped, and never leaves! and ps keep looking for a better hybrid than this one. they are out there....nepalcheese being my absolute favourite smoke of all time. good things come to those who search, and some people have managed to crack some seriously impressive likenesses, good enough to fool even this member of the exodus collective. but this ain't it, so don't be fooled by the 'exodus' bit