Green Haze Standard by Ace Seeds

Their roots come mainly from green colombians, Thai and southern Indian sativas, within the original genotype of Haze population.
Green Haze is different from Purple Haze due it is completely green when ripens (even though the flowering takes place with low temperatures), and it has slightly different delicate aromas of ripen tropical fruits.

Additional Information

Format Standard
Sativa / Indica ratio 100 % sativa
THC 8-12%
CBD Below 0.05 %
CBG 0.16 %
Flowering indoors 14-20 weeks
Flowering outdoors December / Early January
Yield Average
Resistance against spider mites Average
Resistance against powder mildew Average-High
Resistance against botrytis Very high
Resistance against white fly Average-High
Resistance against cold Average
Resistance against heat High
Latitude 0º-37º
Genetics Hybrid of tropical sativa from the 70’s, mainly green colombians, indian from Kerala and Thai.
Structure Extreme tropical sativa with a very thin pale green leaf. Very thin and flexible stems that withstand the worst downpours and blizzards.
Bouquet Woody, spices, incense and ripen mango. Old school sativa aroma.
High Psychedelic and stimulating high, without tolerance limits.
Growing Tips For indoor growing, due to its extreme tropical sativa genotype, we mostly recommend her for the extreme sativa lovers, for breeding projects or for seed production.

For outdoor growing, it requires a tropical or subtropical climate in order to reach its full potential. However, it can easily be grown within latitudes of 20º-37º, where we recommend a warm and coastal climate. The use of a greenhouse is very helpful for its correct ripening in non tropical latitudes.

It requires low levels of nutrients, especially of Nitrogen. For outdoor growing, it’s best to mix a good base of organic soil, rich in guano and worm casting, and then place the plants in a sunny place and leave them to grow at their own rhythm, almost without using fertilizers or stimulators.

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