Sugar Haze is a very fast-flowering sativa-dominant Haze with a potential THC content of 23% that is not recommended for either the novice or casual user. Sweet-tasting and a heavy-hitter, its short flowering period can be traced back to highly selective cross-breeding for the desired characteristics such that it is possible to grow outdoors where it will finish by the end of October in northern latitudes. Check out why Seedsman’s Sugar Haze is a must have addition to your collection.
Sugar Haze is a cross of a Colombian Santa Marta with Sam the Skunkman’s Original Haze creation. The Santa Marta hails from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in North West Colombia. At 5,700 meters it is the world’s highest coastal mountain range being situated just 42km from the Carribean coastline. Encompassing 17,000 km² this botanical wonderland is the source of no less than 36 rivers. Several different cannabis strains thrive there and are used locally by the native dwellers.
Sugar Haze is a sativa dominant plant and retains the very powerful features of its Haze parent.
This beautiful strain will be ready to harvest in 9 weeks in most instances.
Where Can I Grow it?
The beauty of Sugar Haze is that it can be grown both indoors as well as outdoors, without sacrificing any yield or strength. It is recommended for all environments and grow-media. Reviews of this strain suggest that outdoor growth tends to produce the best plants.
What do Customers Say?
Sugar Haze is one of the most popular regular strains in the Seedsman collection, with customers rating the plant a perfect 5 out of 5 stars.
“It was amazing. Very tasty and the high was perfect”. – Zaebos (16/01/16)
“Very heavy citrus smelling, dense buds and a strong long-lasting high”. – That Guy (29/03/16)
“A bit slow to grow but the wait was worth every second” – Brian (02/08/16)
How Much Are Sugar Haze Seeds?
We sell these super potent Seeds in packs of 10 and 100, at a cost of €17.59 and €101.40 respectively.
Where Can I Buy Sugar Haze Seeds?
Check out how this amazing plant grows from seed to flower in the video below…