The Mako Shark can slash through the water at up to 46 mph, and leap 30 feet into the air. Mako Haze is a Sativa dominant weed that will make you feel like you’re speeding along at altitude, but it won’t actually turn you into a top predator.
It was created by crossbreeding the Kiwi Green strain from New Zealand with Haze. The latter is a powerful Sativa weed that has been used by countless growers to create new and exciting strains. It qualified as new and exciting in 2006 when it took the prize for Best Sativa at the High Times Cannabis Cup.
It has a potent, skunky aroma and the flavour includes notes of herbs and exotic spices. The typically Sativa high is soaring and energising, so this weed is good for active pursuits, socialising and creativity. Medically, this weed can help with stress and poor appetite.
Mako Haze seeds produce lanky plants with multiple branches that grow tall. The buds form clusters and they have a pointed shape with a coating of glittering crystals. The THC level has been measured as high as 19.7 percent in the lab, making this a potent weed indeed.
With its pronounced Sativa characteristics, your Mako Haze grow should be indoors unless you live somewhere with summers like the Mediterranean countries. Outdoors, harvests come quite late, at the end of October or early November. Indoors, the plants prefer not to be too crowded or they’ll form a mat of vegetation, making it difficult for light to penetrate fully. The plants need careful training and pruning to get the best out of them. Flowering time is quite long at 10 to 12 weeks and yields are heavy at 600 grams per square metre.
This is a strain for gardeners who have some experience and plenty of patience. If you have those qualities, Mako Haze will reward you with a heavy crop of weed that produces a euphoric high.
Indoors or outdoors in a warm climate
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10 - 12 weeks
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Late October, Early November
Kiwi Green x Haze
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