Created in Amsterdam, but popular on both sides of the Atlantic, Cannalope Haze is a Sativa dominant strain. The breeders crossed Haze with a Mexican strain from the central west state of Michoacán, which is a mountainous region sandwiched between the foothills of the Central Highlands and the Pacific Coast. Haze is the parent of a range of strains that have distinguished themselves by taking honours in the High Times Cannabis Cup over the years.
It has a fruity aroma with notes of pine and the flavor is strongly reminiscent of a freshly sliced melon. The high is uplifting and cerebral and inexperienced smokers may struggle with the potency of the soaringly narcotic effect. Medically, this strain is recommended for poor appetite and muscular pain.
The plants have long-fingered pale green leaves and grow to a height of between 100 and 150 centimetres. The tight buds are quite dense and display a layer of silvery crystals. The THC level has been measured at a high 20.3 percent in the lab.
Cannalope Haze seeds grow best in a soil rather than a hydro medium and they perform well grown with the SOG method. With SOG the plants should be allowed to vegetate for two weeks before flowering is forced. Flowering lasts eight weeks and yields are 500 to 600 grams per square metre.
To grow this strain successfully outdoors you’ll need to cultivate them somewhere with a climate at least as warm and sunny as the Mediterranean.
Harvest in the northern hemisphere comes in mid-October.
Reasons to choose Cannalope Haze include its high yields, fragrantly fruity flavor and exceptionally potent hit. This Cannalope Haze review recommends it as a good choice for growers who have some previous experience.
Indoors or outdoors in a warm climate
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Haze x Michoacán Sativa
500 to 600 gm2
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