Purple Haze

VN:R_U [1.9.22_1171]
Our rating
VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
User rating


Review

Purple Haze plant

Purple Haze weed is a Sativa type of marijuana first created in Holland. Its name is taken from a 1967 Jimi Hendrix track, although in fact Charles Dickens used the phrase ‘purple haze’ in his 1861 ‘Great Expectations’ when describing a sunset over the Thames.

The mature plant, which grows to between 80 and 90 centimeters, is laden with heavy buds which have a dark purple color interspersed with orange specks. Growers can expect a yield of around 400 grams per square meter with indoor cultivation. Outdoor growing will produce varying yields depending on the specific conditions such as temperature and soil type.

The dark buds of Purple Haze almost resemble lumps of hashish when broken up and the smoke has an outdoorsy, grassy type of flavor. THC levels in this plant range from 15 to 20 percent and smoking effects include an initial rush followed by visual effects. In medicinal use, this weed is said to relieve pain and stress.

This hardy strain is well suited to growing outdoors in more northerly, cooler climates. It takes around eight weeks to reach maturity if grown in good soil in a sunny spot. Purple Haze seeds will also produce a good crop when grown indoors using modern horticultural methods such as hydroponics and grow lights.

Because of their hardiness, Purple Haze seeds are a good choice for novice crop growers. Get the basics of growing right and this weed should produce a decent crop every time.

Purple Haze weed is a dependable grower that is well suited to beginners as well as experienced growers. Its THC levels guarantee a powerful high and smokers enjoy its aroma and flavor.

Strain Characteristics:

Indoor/Outdoors:
Indoor and Outdoor
Height:
Medium
THC Level:
15 - 20%
Flowering Time:
8 weeks
Plant Type:
Sativa/Indica (80/20)
Harvest:
Late October
Genetics:
Purple Thai x Haze
Yield:
Up to 400 g/m2
Grow Difficulty:
Easy

Pictures

Purple Haze, 4.8 out of 5 based on 4 ratings
Similar Strains

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*