Two legendary genetic lines are now conjoined in this extraordinary strain. Actually, there’s more than two. Chronic Haze also contains genes of Northern Lights, Skunk #1 and AK-47. This combination allowed breeders to keep the psychoactive properties of a true Sativa while maintaining a short flowering time (only 9 weeks). Chronic Haze has a very bright fruit aroma, so carbon filters must be all set.
Genetics of Chronic Haze are comprised of 60% Sativa and 40% Indica, so plants can stretch by quite a lot. If you’re growing indoors, different methods of pruning/training are mandatory. Indica heritage makes buds quite thick and dense, with the sticky resin as far as you can see. Plants are very healthy and vigorous, seeds germinate quickly, usually it only takes a day or two. Don’t let the plants veg for too long, unless you have enough space to fit these monstrosities. Lamps with the “cold” spectrum (such as metal-halide ones).
Indoor yield is roughly 350-450 grams per square meter; outdoors you get the similar numbers per plant. About 20% THC, so the potency of AK-47 and Northern Lights is still in place. But hold on, the best part still hasn’t been revealed. Breeders managed to keep the CBD content at bay, so the buzz isn’t really going to remind you of your typical Indica couchlocky “stone”. Instead, the high is somewhat stimulant and deeply psychedelic.
We highly recommend Chronic Haze to any grower out there, from newbies to licensed growers who work at dispensaries. Share some of that bud with your friends, they will appreciate it.
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