Neville's Haze is a strain that could have many medical applications. Early flowering plant, can be grown both indoors and outdoors. Mostly Sativa. Good harvests can be expected. Neville's Haze combines the original Haze - an almost psychedelic tropical Sativa - with one quarter Northern Lights - a powerful, heavy-hitting Indica. The result is a tall, thick-budding plant with a truly out-of-this-world high. This is not one for the casual smoker! Neville's Haze gains height like its Sativa parent, meaning that rooted clones and new seedlings can be put in a 12 hour flowering almost cycle immediately.
|FLOWERING TIME||12-14 WEEKS|
|TYPE / OUTDOOR||OUTDOOR|
|OUTDOOR HARVEST||MID OCTOBER|
|PLANT HEIGHT||TALL 180cm-220cm|
A very powerful cerebral buzz comes on immediately and builds steadily the more you ingest. Clear and euphoric it is a very active and energetic strain to enjoy any time of day. Flavours of Pepper and cinnamon abound with a very feint undertone of chemicals or fuel.
Review by Travis
I was super excited when I did this awesome yielder and awesome buzz love this strain gonna Cline her for awhile it's so worth it!!
(Posted on 08/09/2016)
"One of my favorite sativas"
Review by Jacob
I'm crazy for just about any sativa, but I have a particular soft spot for Neville's Haze. It makes me super giggly and everything is just awesome. My one and only smoke.
(Posted on 19/07/2016)
"Big yeilder and low odour"
Review by Azza
This strain is perfect if you want to grow a large crop thats low odour which also makes it great for concealing. Its an easy smoke with clean taste and a nice clear head high still allowing you to function while still feeling that nice high (unless you leave it for 18 weeks- one smoke you will doze off). I recommend growing in coco due to its long flowering period you will find it easier to manage then in water as the roots on mine tended to go a little brown at the end of 14-17 weeks. I tipped mine and i had some massive colons covered in red hairs. Well worth the wait for the long flowering period.
(Posted on 23/11/2015)