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haze mist seeds

Haze Mist Seeds is a regular strain, which will produce male and female plants.

Haze Mist Seeds

Haze Mist Seeds is a regular strain, which will produce male and female plants.

Haze Mist Seeds can be grown outside in a warm, sunny climate with a long summer.

Haze Mist Seeds will have a very long flowering time, but the buds they can produce are more than worth the wait!

Haze Mist Seeds can produce a very large yield, but may require a little extra care to achieve their full potential.

The Haze Mist Seeds strain has large proportion of Sativa genes in its background.

The balance between the potency and sweetness of the Kerala with the spicyness and soaring cerebral high of the Original Haze, are perfectly expressed in this almost pure Sativa cross. For patient Haze lovers only, a very special cross that will reward the grower with a product that is unsurpassed in recent history. Good yield for an almost pure Sativa. South Indian is one of the main building blocks that was used to make the Original Haze back in the 70’s. A pure Sativa diva!

NL5 Haze Mist is a pretty good yielder, brought up indoors and in a hydroponic system you can expect yields of up to 700g/m² – outdoors the plants have reached full maturity by mid/end October and each can carry 800 grams. The buds look like a bunch of combined individual fingers comprised of thick and hard calyxes.

NL5 Haze Mist (Greenhouse Seeds) feminized

NL5 Haze Mist was created by mating the original NL5 with a crossing of Haze, Skunk and Kali Mist. So, what we have here is actually the result of mixing four famed varieties – a very easy to grow tall and strong plant with a unique bouquet and a reasonably short flowering time (at least for a predominantly Sativa plant) of only 10-11 weeks. Massive resin production.

NL5 Haze Mist (Greenhouse Seeds) feminized

Greenhouse Seeds – NL5 Haze Mist: Four famed varieties in one

NL5 Haze Mist almost defines its own family tree in the name, but one ancestor is missing. This extremely resinous variety is the result of crossing the original NL5 with Haze, Skunk and Kali Mist. NL5 Haze Mist is a tall and strong plant with a unique aroma and a reasonably short flowering time (at least for a predominantly Sativa plant). She is very easy to grow, has the typical pine tree structure of a Sativa and develops long branches which benefits the productivity if you have enough space to let the plant develop properly.

NL5 Haze Mist is perfectly suited for the ScrOG method and LST (Low Stress Training) and performs particularly well in hydroponic systems, but yields good when planted outdoors as well. Reared on hydro, NL5 Haze Mist responds very well to a slight increase in P and K during week 3-7 into flowering. The pH should be raised gradually from 5.5 in the vegetative period to 6.5 at the end of flowering period; this ensures for great yields and an amazing resin production. NL5 Haze Mist requires 11 weeks to reach full maturity and it is important to let her ripen properly because it is in the last week in which she develops the complex range of terpenes and flavonoids in the resin to produce the unique aroma of sandalwood, incense, musk and forest berries.

NL5 Haze Mist is a pretty good yielder, brought up indoors and in a hydroponic system you can expect yields of up to 700g/m² – outdoors the plants have reached full maturity by mid/end October and each can carry 800 grams. The buds look like a bunch of combined individual fingers comprised of thick and hard calyxes.

The taste of the smoked buds is very similar to the smell, but with a more pronounced incense scent and a very woodsy note to it. The effect is trippy and uplifting at first, but soon a pleasant physical relaxation adds to the bliss. The cannabinoid blend of 14% THC, 1.2% CBD and 0.15% CBN can effectively help patients suffering from arthritis, spasms, anxiety, pain, tension and cramps.

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