- Classification: Sativa (80%)/indica (20%)
- Parents: Neville’s Haze x Cambodian strain x Laotian strain
- Growing Environment: Indoor/greenhouse, but outdoor possible
- Garden Skills: Moderate to advanced
- Flowering Time: 13 – 14 weeks
- Yield: Heavy to massive
- Height: Tall
- Accolades: High Times Cannabis Cup (2006)
- THC Range: 16 – 21%
- CBD Range: O.2 – 0.8%
- Medical Uses: Glaucoma, depression, migraines
- Breeder: Greenhouse Seeds
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The high from this strain is a creeper like you wouldn’t believe. I’m talking around 30 and even to 40 minutes to reach full effect, with the first noticeable effects beginning around the 10 minute mark.
Arjan’s Ultra Haze #1 takes a painful amount of time to finish, but will reward those who demonstrate patience with a yield full of quality as well as quantity. Greenhouse crossed Neville’s Haze with a Cambodian and Laotian strain in order to create this mostly sativa variety. The buds are oval-shaped and boast colors from green, to pink, to white, to orange, making for some of the best bag as well as smoke appeal around.
While she can easily be grown indoors or in a greenhouse, this Haze variety much prefers a warm, subtropical climate when grown in the outdoors and will finish around the beginning of November in the Northern Hemisphere and the middle of June in the Southern Hemisphere. Due to her extremely lanky and branchy nature, this is an ideal strain for low stress training (LST). Indoors, she�s been known to yield as much as 3 pounds per square yard, with her outdoor counterpart coughing up as much as a lung-deflating 4 pounds per plant. With a 13 to 14 week flowering time, this buds has all the time in the world to build up that extreme potency as well as massive yield.
This strain is not for those with lack of patience, when it comes to growing it or smoking it. The creeper high take a painstaking amount of time to kick in, but lasts well over 2 hours, and sometimes 3. Look for eighths of this stuff to go for around $55 an eighth at most clubs.