Paradise - Atomical Haze
Haze plants are getting ever more popular. But in fact it is one of the oldest and classic strains, dating back to the 70's. Today it regains popularity but for the last few decades it has had not such a good name. Now that it is back with us, you can find it in many shapes and forms, most of the times in crossbreeds with heavy Indica's to suppress the longer flowering period.
After developing our beautiful Delahaze variety a couple of years ago, we thought it would be excellent timing for one more remarkable typical Haze strain. Therefore I would like to introduce to you the one and only Haze bomb "Atomical Haze".
This variety contains one part original Haze, which is a combination of several Sativa landraces such as Colombian, Mexican and Thai. One part is an Indian classic and last but not least a sweet Afghan. The result is devastating and superb in every way. A good combination of genes. These plants can grow quite tall but not as big and ever continuing as some other Hazes. Plants are actually quite proportioned and make big sized buds covering the branches with medium sized leaves. Harvesting is like picking fruits from a tree, so easy. The Sativa/Haze trait is dominant. But this combination gives this plant a taste and high superior to most varieties. The flavour when inhaled is typically sweet and sour, similar to the taste of kiwis, with a fine hazy aftertaste in the mouth when exhaled. The plants should be put directly from seed into flowering or when grown a bit longer just a few pots will do with a bit of bending tricks. The souring clear high keeps you awake so it's best to practice during the day. You will not be able to stop whistling. Enjoy this legend.
Type: Sativa Haze 80/Indica 20
Flowering time: 9 weeks indoors. End of October outdoors (n.L.)
Yield: 450g/m2 indoors; 700g/plant outside
Effect: Superior souring high.
Aroma/Taste: Sweet, sour, hazy.
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