Easy Haze / K13 Haze - Philosopher Seeds
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We finally got our beloved Special K feminized in order to share with all our clients and friends the wonders of this fantastic marijuana strain.
This phenotype is very productive and quite fast, keeping most of the best traits of its parents. On one hand, it has the vigorous growthand yields of the Yumbolt, and on the other, it has the aroma of incense, and sativa effect of its second parent, the Kali Mist (Western Winds).
Easy Haze / K13 Haze is an easy to grow cannabis strain which blooms in about 55/60 days and produces high yields. It ends the flowering stage completely covered with huge resinous glands that give it an incredible frosty look.
Its smell and taste are of incense with pineapple undertones, although as the curing process advances, the scent tends to be more incense like.
The effect is very strong, causing a strong feeling of "balloon head", leaving you disabled for tasks that require concentration for the next two hours.
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Easy Haze / K13 Haze - Philosopher Seeds features:
- Genetics: Special K S1
- Type: Feminized seeds
- 30% Indica - 70% Sativa hybrid
- Indoor Flowering: 9 weeks
- Indoor yield: 450-600 gr/m2
- Outdoor harvest: Mid September / October
- Outdoor yield: 400-600 gr per plant
- THC level: 18-21%
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Opinions about Easy Haze / K13 Haze - Philosopher Seeds and questions
Sure you can grow the Easy Haze in Sao Paulo. As its name suggests, it is an easy and fast plant. If planted in pots (25-50L) with optimal conditions it can easily reach 2m in height. You should plant your seeds in Spring, and harvest time is around early April (in Southern Hemisphere).
Hope it helped, best of luck!
There's no problem, both strains finish their flowering during the second half of September-early October.
In case of doubt, and especially when speaking about the last weeks of flowering, it is always better flushing your plants for an extra week than leaving nutriens in the substrate before harvest.
Thanks for your confidence,