Easy Haze / K-13-Haze is a self-pollination (S1) of a Special K plant which inherited the best qualities of both parents: the strong, bushy and compact structure from Yumbolt and the thin leaflets, incensed aroma and clear sativa effect from Kali Mist (Western Winds).
Cultivation of Easy Haze
Easy Haze is suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation. High yields with haze aroma.
This is a very easy to grow plant with extraordinary yields. It develops lots of side branches, thus being recommended for the SCROG technique. Its internodal spacing and overall size are relatively short compared to other Sativas.
It can deal with nutritional imbalances, temperature stress, pests and diseases and is particularly resistant to high environmental humidity, a true all-terrain strain!
It is also perfectly suited for outdoor cultivation. If grown in soil it reaches amazing heights, and its high yielding branches become completely covered with bright trichomes. Apical pruning is an efficient way to keep the height under control. Use 25-50L containers if discreet plants are needed.
Taste and effects
Both the taste and scent of this Haze variety have citric and metallic notes, reminiscent of tropical pineapples. As the curing process advances, delicious spicy hints will be easily detected.
Its effect is typical of Haze strains, not suitable for tasks requiring concentration. In short, it is a Sativa strain with high THC content which provides a magnificent and pleasant psychedelic effect.
Genetics: Special K S1
Sativa-Indica content: 70%-30%
Indoor flowering: 55-65 days
Outdoor harvest Northern Hemisphere: Late September, early October
Outdoor harvest Southern Hemisphere: Late March, early April
Indoor yield: 450-600 gr/m2
Outdoor yield: 600-2000 grams / plant
|Genotype||70% Sativa - 30% Indica|
|Maturation(Interior)||from 55 to 65 days|
|Maturation(Exterior)||late September early October|
|Way of cropping||Ind/Out|
|Production||450-600 gr/m2 Indoor | 600-2000 gr/pl Outdoor|
|Lineage||Special K S1|
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