Sugar haze cannabis seeds
Enjoy a unique experience when you purchase Sugar Haze Fast Version feminized marijuana weed seeds, a mostly Sativa strain, from Blimburn Seeds Bank.
Our seeds are fresh and ready to germinate. Follow our Germination guide for best results!
Origins of Sugar Haze Fast Version Sativa Cannabis Seeds
Sugar Haze Fast Version originated from a cross between Santa Marta x Haze. This produced a hybrid with sativa dominance and robust size that is very easy to grow with a very powerful super-short flowering and a great production of buds.
This variety, descending from Santa Marte, a landrace native to Colombia , provides a lot of physical power and when crossed with Haze, it contributes properties of strong resin production , increased harvests, and an energetic, sativa high.
Growing Sugar Haze Fast Version Sativa Marijuana Strains
Sugar Haze Fast Version is a cannabis plant that is easy to grow, adapting to any growing environment. It produces about 500 g/m2 indoors, 500-600 g/plant outdoors. The buds are ready to be harvested within 9 weeks of flowering, finishing fully loaded with resin.
For optimal indoor cultivation, Blimburn Seeds Bank advises wide, vertical spaces and the use of the ScrOG method to obtain a uniform plane and increase the size of the lower flowers. If you plan to grow our Fast Flowering Seeds outdoors, we have developed a grow guide for optimal cultivation in any area of the world. Marijuana seeds for sale.
Sugar Haze Fast Version Sativa Weed Flavors and Effects
Sugar Haze Fast Version has an intense aroma and flavor with citrus notes , pinewood, and the penetrating Haze . In other words, it is a super refreshing variety that leaves a sensation of freshness on your palate with woody, citrus, fruity, and Haze notes.
The effect of Sugar Haze Fast Version is powerful, cerebral, and narcotic, ideal for spending good times with friends. In general, this variety starts with the classic high of the Haze varieties, which is very active and full of energy. Then, it settles down to more relaxing and narcotic sensations, which are delivered by its White Widow parent.
So, you have chosen to grow some Sugar Haze Fast Version Sativa marijuana seeds of your own? Sugar Haze Fast Version is a Sativa-dominant strain crossing Santa Marta x Haze that provides Sativa strength with a sweet, earthy, woody, and citrus flavor profile. Now you just need to know where to buy weed seeds online Sugar Haze Fast Version Sativa. The answer to that quandary is simple. Blimburn seeds is the most trusted online resource for the highest quality weed seeds you’ll find anywhere in the world. Our talented pool of seed genetic specialists work day in and day out to bring you the best possible cannabis seeds in nearly every strain known to man. We back all of our seeds with our industry leading germination guarantee. Our friendly customer care team is just a quick call away or you can visit our online cannabis seed bank by clicking any of the links above. At Blimburn Seeds Bank Store, we are as passionate about home-grown cannabis as you are. We look forward to helping novice growers get started and join experienced cultivators in achieving better crops with better strains!
Sugar Haze Regular Seeds
Sugar Haze Regular is a mind-blowingly potent indica-sativa hybrid strain that is a cross of a Colombian Santa Marta with Sam the Skunkman’s Original Haze creation. The Santa Marta hails from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in North West Colombia. At 5,700 meters it is the world’s highest coastal mountain range being situated just 42km from the Carribean coastline. Encompassing 17,000 km² this botanical wonderland is the source of no less than 36 rivers. Several different cannabis strains thrive there and are used locally by the native dwellers. Since the 1960s it has attracted American cannabis enthusiasts during South American adventures.
Sugar Haze is a very fast-flowering sativa-dominant Haze with a potential THC content of 23% that is not recommended for either the novice or casual user. Sweet-tasting and a heavy-hitter, its short flowering period can be traced back to highly selective cross-breeding for the desired characteristics such that it is possible to grow outdoors where it will finish by the end of October in northern latitudes.