Crystal Silver Haze Zambeza Seeds

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Zambeza Seeds Crystal Silver Haze – Feminized Crystal Silver Haze by Zambeza Seeds, Haze has captured the minds of marijuana users all the way back since the 70s, when a couple of brothers went on crossing every possible Sativa plant they could lay their hands on, coming from all corners of the planet. The strain was a climax of many years of their work, cross-breeding varieties from Southern India, Mexico, Colombia and Thailand, all numbering in thousands of seeds. From this melting pot of world cannabis genetics, it ended up in the Netherlands, where it went on through another few rounds of hybrydisation. What resulted from this long relationship between man and the plant, became the culmination of today’s Sativa. When it arrived in Europe, it was together with the skunk strains that later became the legend of its own. What the local breeders wanted to achieve, was capturing the sweetness and the pleasant effect of Haze with a shorter flowering period of a typical Indica. By merging the genetics of Super Skunk, Northern Light and the classical Haze, a pair of Dutchmen created the Crystal Silver Haze. After many seasons of further hybridising and spreading, the Crystal Silver Haze variety found its way to the catalogue of feminized seeds at Zambeza, instantly becoming one of our top strains. This short plant achieves just 70-80 cm height if cultivated indoors. However if grown outdoors, given enough sunlight (greenhouses will work great), it could easily reach more than 2 meters high. Feminised Crystal Silver Haze from Zambeza Seeds yields 35-45 g per plant on average, which is almost half a kilo from a 600 W square meter. Unusually short for a haze variety, it needs just 9-10 weeks of flowering before achieving maturity. There is only a handful of haze strains that could develop the characteristic high, its taste and sweetness in less than 10 weeks. Zambeza Seeds

  • January 18, 2016 5:22 pm
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