Haze Cannabis Seeds

Haze strains can be traced back to the warm tropical climates of Colombia, Mexico, South India and Thailand. Haze became popular in the late 60's and since then has been used as the parent strain for thousands of hybrids. Known for their tall plant structure, massive yields and uplifting highs, Haze seeds will make the perfect addition to your grow room.

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What are Haze Seeds?

Haze genetics can be traced back to the original landrace sativas that grew in the hot, humid jungle-like climates of Mexico, Colombia, South India and Thailand. The original haze varieties were all landraces, but this genetic line went on to be the parent of hundreds of famous sativas including Amnesia Haze, Super Silver Haze, G13 Haze and Neville’s Haze. The original haze strains were pure sativas and grew tall with elongated branches, long fan leaves and less dense foliage that helps them to thrive in humid climates. These traits have been passed down to their offspring which is why sativa dominant strains are well suited to warmer climates, grow very tall and produce big yields.

What are the Effects of Haze?

Haze strains are best known for their uplifting and heady effects, providing a cerebral high. They'll usually leave you feeling uplifted and euphoric, with that classic stony feeling. However, you might also feel a surge of energy, which can be super helpful for creativity, stress, and motivation. These upbeat effects make Haze seeds some of the most popular, especially for medicinal use. These mind-mellowing and stimulating effects are perfect for anyone seeking relief from depression, stress, fatigue, or nausea, especially during the day. Most people choose Haze seeds when looking for a good mental buzz to help them find relief without slowing them down or making them sleepy, as indica-dominant strains might.

What is Haze Good For?

Many people who grow Haze strains enjoy the boost in focus and creativity they provide. They're excellent at chasing away sour moods, especially if you're depressed or stressed. Some haze strains are highly potent and can offer relief from minor aches and pains, and fatigue.

However, it's worth mentioning that these extreme cerebral strains can sometimes cause anxiety when you don't have anything to do. The energetic rush to the head can sometimes be stressful if you're not used to sativa strains or if you're sensitive to THC.

Who are Haze Cannabis Seeds Most Suited To?

Haze strains tend to grow very tall and they're best suited to outdoor grows. They can be grown indoors, but you will need a tent that is at least 6-7 feet tall to comfortably grow them and even still they will require a lot of training to keep their height under control.

Haze seeds prefer tropical climates, so you'll need to make sure you have a carefully controlled environment with plenty of humidity and warmer temperatures to get the most out of them. They also have 10-14 week flowering times so be prepared to be patient. If you want to grow a Haze strain faster than this, you can try an autoflowering variation.

How to Grow Haze Seeds

As we mentioned, growing Haze seeds can be a little tricky. First, you'll want to ensure that your indoor or outdoor grow mimics a tropical climate, which means temperatures of 25-30 °C and humidity of 50-60%. If you're growing indoors, you'll want to keep your lights as far away from the plants as possible, so you'll need to use some topping and stress training techniques to keep their growth under control. Before you flip your plants into flowering, consider feeding them a rich mix of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium to encourage larger buds. It'll also help to trim your plants to ensure that all of your bud nodes are getting plenty of light and air circulation— Haze flowers need a ton of it to get a maximum yield and reduce the risk of mold.

You can veg with the lights on for 18-20 hours as long as you'd like with photoperiod plants to ensure you have a healthy root system, but be prepared to flip your lights to a 12-on, 12-off cycle when it's time to flower. Remember, Haze flowers will take up to 14 weeks to reach maturity, so be patient! While growing Haze seeds can be demanding, the result is a high-quality, potent strain with top-of-the-line cerebral effects. It may be a labor of love, but it's worth it in the end.

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