Liberty Haze feminized seeds
Liberty Haze is an award-winning feminized Sativa-dominant hybrid from Barneys Farm, a cross between two legendary strains - G13 and ChemDawg 91. With parents like that, what else can one expect other than reliability and potency with her 25% THC from her excellent yields of 550-650g/m² - 600g/plant.
- Barney's Farm (Netherlands)
- G13 x Chem Dawg 91
- Cannabis Cup Winner 2011
- 100 - 110 cm
- 600 g/m²
- 60 - 65 days
- early October
- 60% Sativa / 40% Indica
- 25 %
Liberty Haze: A True Hybrid Getting the Best out of Both Worlds
Liberty Haze is an award-winning 60% Sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain from Barneys Farm, a cross between two legendary strains: G13 and ChemDawg 91. With parents like that, you can be sure this strain holds no punches when it comes to potency thanks to its 25% THC; Liberty Haze is one formidable medicine.
A true hybrid, exhibiting the best characteristics from both of its parents, it’s well suited for both indoor and outdoor growing - staying relatively short, usually around 100-110cm with a flowering time of 8-9weeks. Outdoors, it usually finishes by the end of September or early October. Nice side branching will ensure for a satisfying yield even with its compact stature as the branches will fill up with long, dense and hard buds with red and pink pistils. Yield is usually around 550-650g/m2 to 600g/plant outdoors or in hydro.
- Recommended Nutrients: Plagron.
- Recommended Techniques: LST, Topping and defoliation will all increase the size of your yield.
- Good bud to leaf ratio, easy to trim
- Lighting: LED 800W during both flowering and vegetation periods.
- Usually testing at ~25% THC and 1-2% CBD
A Powerful and Potent Medicine
Due to its high THC content and higher than average CBD levels, Liberty Haze is a highly effective medicinal strain. The effects of which include: a fast-hitting and long-lasting feeling of uplifting euphoria with creativity, leaving you tingly and giggly. The smells are earthy, skunky and musky with citrus and piney flavor.
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