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06-08-2006, 08:32 PM
anybody have any experience with growing this strain, i have four seeds, but have read that the grower should be more experienced as i am not, any info would be helpful
06-08-2006, 09:47 PM
Haze's aren't hard to grow....they just get big and you have to watch nutes in order not to burn the thin leaves. They do take a long time to finish. :(
If you can manage a basic afghani indica...you can grow haze.
06-08-2006, 09:59 PM
thank you greenM.......so would a 5 gallon bucket be suitable for an average sativa height?......and how do they respond to being tied down or LST?
06-08-2006, 10:00 PM
oh also, ive read that organic nutes wont cause nute burn......or is that with just some organic nutes or will any work?
06-09-2006, 10:36 AM
I can only make a moderated remark, I am in Europe so we use German or Hollandese brands you mat not know :
I have now used the full packs of two completely organic nutes :
Plagron : use once a week, don't exceed the recommanded dosages.
Bio-Bizz : use everytime you water, you can put more or less according to the need of your plants, nearly no risk of burns. (1to 4mL of Bio-Grow and Alg-A-Mic while growing, the same + 1 to 4 mL of Bio-Bloom and Top-Max. You can also add some superthrive (vitamins) , Fish Mix (Bio-Bizz too) without risk of burns, and mix with ripen to accelerate the end of the flowering if need be...quite very safe the Bio-Bizz brand, but it is also the most expensive to use.
06-09-2006, 10:41 AM
thanks a bunch, that helps a lot
Keeko, I have never grown Nevills Haze but I have grown many Sativa dom plants. At the present time I am growing Pure Haze which is 100% Sativa. I just put them outside, for a summer outdoor grow, and they are already 4 feet high!
If I were you I would have two major concerns:
1- As mentioned the long flower times for Haze ( I've been told that the Haze
I am growing might take 16 weeks in flower)! Is your season long enough
if you are growing outside?
2- I once heard a rule of thumb on growing mj. It stated that you should
allow 1 gallon of pail size for each foot of plant. I'm told that the Pure
Haze I'm growing could come in at 15 to 20 feet in height so I am in 20
gallon pails. Maybe you should look at the size of your pails?
Hope this helps!
:D :D :D :)
06-09-2006, 09:10 PM
i like that one gallon for every foot deal......sounds like it is reasonable, as for my growing seasons........its pretty much the same temp year around, Tx, hot and sunny. with an occasional cloud or two. thanks for the info
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