Dutch Haze is a Sativa dominant strain specially created to make Haze easier to grow. The problem with pure Haze is that it can have an exceptionally long flowering time and yields can be on the low side. It has been developed so that it has a shorter flowering and finishing time and higher yields while preserving the Sativa effects that many smokers love and some prefer to the Indica high.
The weed has a forest green aroma with notes of fruit and the flavour includes tones of tropical citrus and exotic spice. The fast-acting high is soaring and euphoric with some visual effects. It’s a great daytime smoke and recommended for socialising and parties. Medical practitioners prescribe this weed for stress and poor appetite.
The Dutch Haze strain produces plants that grow to between 80 and 105 centimetres tall with long, thin leaves that are a jungle green. The buds are somewhat elongated and fluffy and covered in sticky resin. THC levels range from 12 to 14 percent.
These plants have been designed with indoor or greenhouse growing in mind. Indoors, they do well in hydro or soil but gardeners need to trim them so that they stay in bounds. The plants have good resistance to spider mites and mould. Flowering time is nine to 11 weeks and the harvest is 400 to 500 grams per square metre, high for a Haze.
To grow Dutch Haze seeds outdoors requires a climate at least as warm as the Mediterranean.
In conclusion of this Dutch Haze review, this is an ideal strain for people who love the Sativa hit but want a version of Haze that finishes quicker and produces decent yields. Even if Dutch Haze is easier to grow than other Haze strains, gardeners with some intermediate skills will get the best out of this plant.
Indoors or outdoors in a Mediterranean Climate
12 - 14%
Sativa Haze x Haze
400 to 500 gm2