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Haze #1 Regular Cannabis Seeds

Number of seeds in packaging: 5



Haze #1 Regular Cannabis Seeds

Sativa. Afghani #1 x O. Haze x Skunk #1. Tall, lanky sativa with impressively frosty buds. Sweet and sour floral, haze aroma and flavor.

Haze#1 is a hybrid of Afghani #1, O. Haze and Skunk #1 genetics. A true sativa strain with a high THC level and that famous Haze flavour. She can be harvested after 12 weeks, but will carry on flowering long after that. The longer you leave her the more THC will break down into CBN, creating a more stoned buzz.

Haze#1 is a thin, tall, branched plant with slim, dark green leaves. Because she is not a bushy plant at all, light can easily penetrate through to the lower buds and internodes. This will make for tall, trichome covered buds all over the plant. These buds are not very compact, but the overall yield is very impressive.

Haze #1 tends to stretch a lot, so make sure you have enough space. She needs room to grow so six plants per square metre is max. We recommend putting her on a 12/12 cycle as soon as possible to restrain her height.
She has a spicy, woodsy smell and a sweet and sour, wild flower haze taste. Haze #1 has a strong psycho-active high. Its medicinal applications include treating insomnia, glaucoma, and pain.


We currently ship your order by post free of charge without track and trace. We guarantee arrival. In case you want to send it with track trace please contact us by email

Delivery speed differs per country. Deliveries within Holland will generally take 1 to 3 working days upon payment. Delivery speed for Europe; 3-14 working days. Delivery speed for the rest of the world; 7-21 working days. Please have this in mind, before contacting us to find out where your order is.

We ship worldwide, except for the USA. It will be packed in a discreet padded envelope or a small cardboard box that will fit in your mailbox. The package will also have a discrete shipper as return address.


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