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While the concept of a fast-flowering Haze variety may seem incomprehensible to many, this ruderalis variety has a seed-to-harvest time of just 10 to 11 weeks. The breeder crossed Dutch Haze with Lowryder #2. The Dutch Haze genetics boost the somewhat dismal THC content of the Lowryder strain. These buds are slightly oval-shaped with long, thin sativa leaves. During flowering they smell like earth, Haze and roses. This is a nice, mellow daytime bud, but can be used at night, due to the incredibly relaxing effects it provides.
Once the seedling germinates, growers can expect a fully-grown plant in 10 to 11 weeks. This is incredible, considering most Haze varieties take 12 to 14 weeks just to flower. They tend to grow with one single, main cola, usually not reaching a finished height over 31” indoors. Outdoors they can reach up to 40” tall. These ladies are not heavy eaters and will do well on minimal amounts of nutrients. Soil has proven to be the best method of cultivation, but hydro will work sufficiently as well, while improving the yield.