Atomical Haze

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Category Paradise Seeds

Atomical Haze by Paradise Seeds is suitable for consumers who like smoking during the day. An indica/sativa hybrid, more similar to its sativa side.

Flavor Citric
Climate Hot
Effect Creative-stimulant
Genotype Sativa hybrid
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Atomical Haze by Paradise Seeds is a plant that produces many flowers and few leaves and has flavors which are similar to kiwi and incense. It's extremely easy to harvest due to the fact that it has a really small amount of leaves.

Indoors, plants grow quite tall, although not as much as the original Haze - although it does indeed have the same thick central bud as the original. You'll have to be a bit patient, as flowering lasts 9 weeks indoors. On the other hand, it will definitely make up for this long wait with better results than you'd expect; yields of around 450g per m2.

When you grow this strain outdoors, plants become large and strong and it's very likely that you'll have to train them. Even if it's not strictly necessary, training them might help you achieve larger yields. You'll have to wait until October for the harvest, and you can get about 700g per properly grown plant. Atomical Haze thrives outdoors. Besides, it doesn't require large doses of nutrients so you'll save a lot in products with this strain.

It tastes like citric fruits, such as kiwis, with a delicious incensed aroma of Haze when smoked. This is a unique plant with exceptional qualities obtained from both strains involved in creating it.

  • Sativa/Indica: 80/20%.
  • Flowering: 65-70 days indoors, mid of end of October outdoors.
  • Height: 1-1.5m indoors. 1.7-2.5m outdoors.

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