Neville’s Haze was named after Neville Schoenmakers who founded the Seed Bank of Holland. It combines the genetics of the original Haze with one-fourth the genetics of Northern Lights. This Sativa-dominant strain has high levels of THC, ranging from 19 to 22%. So, it may be better suited for veteran cannabis consumers.
The intense cerebral stone on Neville’s Haze comes on almost immediately after taking your first toke. As you continue to take hit after hit, the buzz steadily builds to energize and clear your head. Smoke this any time of the day to experience the mood-enhancing effects that can make you ‘over the moon’ happy. With pure joy and elation, don’t be surprised if you suddenly get a case of the giggle fits.
The flowering time of this strain is quite long and can take up to 14 weeks to finish. It’s not a quick cycle, but if you want yields up to 600 grams per M2, the time and effort could be worth it. When grown outdoors the plants will be ready for harvest around mid to late October. Growing Neville’s Haze indoors offers a flexible timeframe but requires a high ceiling because it can grow up to 220 cm in height. It takes a grower with moderate skills to get the best results with this strain.
Neville’s Haze grows tall and has fluffy buds and light green sugar leaves. There’s not much of an odour while the strain grows, which can keep the nosy neighbors out of your business. But, after the nugs get snipped down and cured there will be classic hazy aromas — spicy, earthy, woody, and hints of citrus.
This is the kind of strain that helps you cope and overcome life’s stressors. After taking a few hits of Neville’s Haze, everything becomes peaceful and right in your world. Harmonious energy fills your body from head to toe. It’s definitely a labour of love to grow this strain, but the commitment will lead to a large harvest that won’t disappoint.
The tasting notes in Neville’s Haze aren’t much different than the aroma. A little bit of peppery spice, paired with one of the best flavours in the world, cinnamon. Plus, it has a very feint fuel-like undertone after a few tokes.