Haze Auto feminized seeds
Haze Autoflowering cannabis seeds by Dinafem Seeds belong to a feminized, autoflowering, Sativa-dominant cannabis strain that results from the cross between a Dinafem#1, a Lr#1 and a JYD Haze. It is a premium-quality automatic cannabis hybrid that clearly displays the distinctive traits of an original Haze.
- Dinafem Seeds
- Lowryder#1 x Dinafem#1 x JYD Haze
- Outdoor: 50 - 120
- Indoor: 25 - 110 Outdoor: 70 - 200
- 70 - 80
- 60% Sativa / 40% Indica
- 8 - 12 %
Dinafem Automatic Haze Autoflowering Feminised Seeds Info
Haze Autoflowering is the automatic version of Haze, which allows the lovers of this genetics to obtain a quality crop with a shorter life cycle and better suited to indoor cultivation because of the smaller size. It grows into a wonderful, easy-to-grow, small/medium-sized, vigorous marijuana plant that produces dense, long, resinous buds. This cannabis strain has higher nutritional requirements than most autoflowerings.
Resistant to mould and pests, Haze Autoflowering cannabis seed provides good results indoors as well as outdoors in continental/temperate/Mediterranean climates or in a greenhouse. You can add 1/3 of coco fibre to the soil mixture to accelerate the metabolism of the plant and to air the soil. Due to the optimum photoperiod, the best time to plant Haze Autoflowering is from mid-May to early-June. Remember that automatic plants do better than feminized and regular ones with little water, so you should water often but sparingly.
The flavour and aroma are intense, with notes of citrus, Haze, cedar, incense and spices. The effect is powerful, invigorating, euphoric, cerebral and long-lasting. It is the perfect marijuana plant to have a good time with your friends.
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