|May 27, 2017 - daily mean gram|
There are well over 25 varieties of Haze, which alone is a true testament to this strain's popularity. Haze in its purest form is a Sativa-dominant hybrid (Sativa 90%/Indica 10%). This index includes popular Haze varieties such as Blue Dream, Super Silver Haze, and any other strain primarily having Haze genetics.
Haze is best suited for indoor growing, as it prefers warmer and constant temperatures. Also it can be quite willowy and not as robust as an outdoor plant needs to be. Indoors done properly Haze can have impressive yields, although it does have a longer than average flower time. Three to four months is not unusual. Haze has reasonable resistance to mights, and good mold and mildew resistance when grown indoors.
Haze has proven to be a top seller for years in the medical cannabis industry despite having a low CBD (Cannabidiol) content, which is more than made up for with its staggering THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) content. Although retail profit margins tend to be lower for Haze due to its high manufacturing and wholesale costs, it is a strain which is difficult to keep stocked. Haze is possibly one of the more under priced strains in the industry from a retail standpoint.
|$17.00||Super Lemon Haze||Gras Cannabis|
|$16.00||REC Blue Dream||Little Amsterdam - Nevada St|
|$15.00||Blue Dream||Gras Cannabis|
|$15.00||Blue Dream - (Madrone Meadows)||Pacific Green|
|$15.00||Dream Lotus (Top Shelf)||Herbalist Farmer|
|$4.00||Medi Haze B Buds - by Sweden Farms||Bridge City Collective - North|
|$4.00||*Medi Haze B Buds - by Sweden Farms||Bridge City Collective - Southeast|
|$5.00||G-13 Haze||Left Coast Connection|
|$6.00||Super Glue Haze||Maritime Cafe - Gladstone|
|$6.00||Garden THC Dream Queen||Exodus Wellness Center|