Green Haze Regular seeds
Green Haze Standard is a 100% Sativa developed by Ace Seeds. As the name suggests, the strain is completely green when fully grown – even when all the buds have ripened. It is known for the powerful Sativa high with tropical fruit aromas. Great for a pleasant, euphoric high.
- Ace Seeds
- Will transport you up to the highest peaks
- Colombian, Indian and Thai sativas
- 98 - 140 days
- December / Early January
- 100% Sativa
- 8 - 12 %
- 0.05 %
Green Haze Standard - Pure Green Vigorous Plant
This strain is 100% Sativa, meaning it will grow fairly high and take a little longer to flower due to the high-quality buds. Indoors you can expect a flowering time of around 14-20 weeks, ripening later than usual, the buds will be ready to harvest outdoors in December/Early January. Green Haze Standard has very high resistance to typical growing issues and we recommend a warm and coastal climate for outdoor growing. It is extremely stable and will require low levels of nutrients throughout the whole life cycle. The plant itself is very vigorous and will grow with a completely green look. The strain can easily be grown in latitudes from 20-37h. Greenhouses often come in handy for correct ripening in non-tropical climates.
- Classic Sativa high.
- High THC/CBD ratio.
- Complex flavor and aroma.
- 100% Stable in the correct environment.
Very Pleasing Social Strain
This strain will give you a unique bouquet of wood, spices and ripe mango. It has an old school Sativa aroma, with clear hints of lemon punching through. Great for a mentally stimulating effect, providing euphoric benefits. Great for socializing with friends.
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