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    Skunk Haze Reg 5 pk

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    Heritage:Skunk Haze
     
    Category:The Naturals - Old school genetics
     
    Family of breed:Skunk 50%, Haze 50%
     
    Breeder:Nevil and Shantibaba
     
    Preferred medium:Bio and Hydro, Indoors and outdoors/greenhouse
     
    Expected yield:expect to see between 350-500 g per m2 for indoor. For outdoor it really depends upon length of time in the vegetative stage but the plant can do exceedingly well with 500 plus grams expected per plant outdoors.
     
    Flowering period:Indoor flowering can vary a little and expect it to be between 9-11 weeks. Northern Hemisphere it would finish in November, but you may find a phenotype that finishes well inside this date. In the southern hemisphere we would expect it to go May-June.
     
    Recommendations:For the experienced growers to the most advanced cultivators. A highly valued end product from the past.
     
    Special Notes:Probably two of the most influential strains used in breeding the past decades. This strain has it covered for young and old alike...

     

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    Skunk Haze Reg 5 pk
    60.00
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