Haze Autoflower Marijuana Strain Specifications
Genetics Parents: Lowryder x Haze
Flowering Period: 12-13 weeks
Climate: Warm Sunny Humid
Yield: 0.98-1.63 ounces g/m2 (indoors) 1.75-3.5 ounces gr/plant (indoors)
Flavors: Spicy Citrus Honey Oakwood
THC Level: 22%
CBD Level: 0.4%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Haze Autoflower Marijuana Seeds?
With woody and spicy citrus notes, this Haze Autoflower strain has a strong aroma and incense scent. It has a citrus tang with a hint of honey, mixed herbs and spices, and a touch of Oakwood.
Haze Autoflower is an excellent strain with a strong and long-lasting psychoactive effect that stimulates the brain and produces a nice sensation. It’s perfect for going out with friends in a laid-back environment. It has a cerebral, energizing, and energizing impact. The lovers of these strains had been waiting for this moment for a long time.
What are the Medical Benefits of Haze Autoflower Marijuana Seeds?
Haze Autoflower has a wide range of medical uses. Many people use it to treat mental disorders like depression, tension, and bipolar disorder, as well as exhaustion since it is such an uplifting burden. This marijuana strain’s stimulating properties make it ideal for people who suffer from a lack of appetite, digestive problems, or inflammation. Since this strain has a strong comedown that sometimes induces sleep, many people use it to treat insomnia or restless leg syndrome.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Haze Autoflower Marijuana Seeds
Like other marijuana strains, Haze Autoflower has common side effects dry eyes and dry mouth. This marijuana strain tends to get ahead of you and can trigger your anxiety and paranoia.
How to Grow Haze Autoflower Marijuana Seeds
Haze Autoflower is a grower’s dream come true. And with little care, it can produce beautiful results. The uncut colas run long and have an abundance of orange hairs, making it a true Sativa but much smaller than most. When you inspect the buds closely, you’ll find that they’re not as compact as Sativa nuggets, but they’re still heavily coated in sticky resin.
The entire lifecycle of a Haze autoflower is just 12 to 13 weeks long. The first 8 to 9 weeks are spent fattening up the buds in preparation for harvest. If grown indoors, growers should expect 0.98-1.63 ounces of buds per square foot until the blooming stage is over.
Outdoor growers may not have as large a crop, but they can increase their total yield by producing multiple plants or splitting their harvest into two or more batches. The first harvest in the northern hemisphere occurs in April, and cultivators will continue to cultivate and harvest until October. Each plant can produce about 1.75-3.5 ounces of fresh buds per harvest.