Haze x Northern Lights Weed Seeds – Marijuana Strains
|Type:||Mostly Sativa||Height Indoors:||Medium/Tall|
|Origin:||Haze X Northern Lights||Height Outdoors:||Medium/Tall|
|Breeder:||The Seed Bank||Flowering period:||10-12 Weeks|
|Auto flowering seeds available:||No||Harvest outdoor:||Late October|
|Feminized seeds available:||No||THC Level:||High 15%+|
|Grow Indoors:||Yes||Stoned or High:||High|
|Grow Outdoors:||Yes||Grow Difficulty:||Moderate|
|Yield:||High||Awards won:||High Times Cup 1990 (1st)|
Haze X Northern Lights seeds are a Sativa dominant strain of marijuana. In most respects it seems like a typical Northern Lights strain, although the addition of Haze strain gives a slightly thicker set to its stature, and consequently a heavier yield. Internodal lengths tend to be long and Haze X Northern Lights cannabis will want to stretch if you let her.
Growing Haze X Northern Lights seeds can seem like a long wait, with a fairly lengthy flowering period. Buds are tightly packed and rock hard and will need some careful trimming as well, which makes Haze X Northern Lights marijuana ideally suited to marijuana growers with a bit more experience.
The results, however, are well worth waiting for. Haze X Northern Lights weed has a piny aroma and sweet/sour taste that you might expect from such Sativa pedigree. The high is upbeat, lucid and euphoric with a nice body stoned accompaniment that most stoners will welcome.
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