Super Silver Haze Regular Seeds - 18

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Favourite strain of the connoiseur.
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Super Silver Haze won a triumvirate of HTCC titles in 1997, 1998 and 1999. It was bred fro three strains with an incredible pedigree, viz. Skunk, Northern Lights and Haze. It produces extremely potent buds and large harvests that will delight even the cannabis connoisseur.

Super Silver Haze is not recommended for the novice grower but anyone who has a few grows under their belt should manage it with no problems. Indoors its flowering period will be between 8 - 10 weeks yielding 450 - 550 gr/m2 quite easily under a 600 watt light but more experienced growers should be able to improve on this with little trouble. Grown outdoors or in a greenhouse each plant should produce 550 gr. with more being possible in experienced hands. Harvest time in northern latitudes will be during the later stages of October; in the southern hemisphere it will be in the second half of April. Resin production is high.

The effect of Super Silver Haze is intense with both cerebral and physical qualities. It is highly potent and provides a first-class high which provides energy as well as physical relaxation with feelings of happiness as well as euphoria. Therapeutically it is an ideal strain with which to combat stress and it is also helpful for treating depression and providing pain relief.

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Fabricant Mr Nice Seedbank
Génétique Skunk / Northern Lights / Haze
No. de Graines Par Paquet 18 Graines
Variété Indica / Sativa
Type de floraison Photopériode
Variété Régulière
Teneur en THC Inconnue
Teneur en THC Unknown
Teneur en CBD Inconnue
Rendement Haute
Rendement Indoor: 450 - 550 g/m2 / Outdoor: 550+ g/plant
Emplacement Intérieur, Serre
Max le temps de floraison 10 semaines
Période de floraison 8-10 Weeks
Date de récolte October/November
Maladies Dépression, Douleur, Stress
Propriétés médicinales Yes
Effet Cerebral, Corps, Fort, Puissant, Relaxant
Prix 1st. Prize HTCC, 1997, 1998 & 1999;