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Purple Haze is a Sativa dominant Cannabis strain created from a combination of Haze and Purple Thai genetics. Well known for its deep red, purple coloring, and strong, almost psychedelic effects, the strain was named after the 1967 classic, Purple Haze by Jimi Hendricks. Purple Haze Marijuana Seeds.
How To Grow Purple Haze Seeds.
If you are a newcomer to the growing of cannabis, then this is a great candidate for you to start with. Known for being super easy to grow, it needs a minimal amount of care during its life and still produces a good deal of nuggets. The plant itself will only be between 3 and 4 feet high, fully grown, making it suitable for indoor growth. That does not mean that it is not an excellent plant for the outdoors though.
Germinating your seeds is the first step. If you have never done this, there are two inexpensive and simple ways to do this. Using a damp paper towel, fold it in half and place it on a plate. Put the seeds on one half of the towel and fold the towel in half again. Or just put the seeds directly on top of fresh, damp soil in a sprouting tray. In both cases, place the seeds under a warming light and keep them moist. In 4 days, the seeds should have germinated.
When growing outdoors, this plant will do great anywhere there is a good deal of sun. This includes the colder northern hemisphere. Just to be sure to harvest before the first frost. To make sure that your plants get off to a good start:
- Plant them after the last frost.
- When planting, take into consideration this plant likes loose soil. You can get a good jumpstart on the season by germinating your seeds if you are in the northern hemisphere.
- After they have germinated, place them in the soil in the spot you have selected.
When growing Indoors you will want to prepare a space for your plants to grow. Many people use a grow room, or a grow tent to keep the climate constant for the plant. And it helps with setting up the area for things like lighting and the Screen of Green (ScrOG) you will be setting up. After getting your plants germinated and potted, and your lights are going, you can move to your next step. Put your ScrOG above your plants. This method is employed with the use of 4 or more plants. You will put the mesh up approximately 3 feet above the top of the plant pot. When your plants reach this mesh, you will want to top it and begin weaving the heavily laden branches through the mesh. You see, indoors, the plant needs help with the weight, or the branches can snap, which is not suitable for your bud production. The use of hydroponics for growing this strain is popular. Growing cannabis hydroponically requires devotion and your plants will need attention at each stage of the growing process.
Best Climate For Purple Haze
Purple Haze is great to grow both indoors or out as the seeds carry a high resistance to disease. If you plan to grow outdoors, we suggest sticking with sunny and warmer climates – that’s where Purple Haze has the best growth potential. Don’t have a sunny and warm outdoor area to grow? Don’t worry! Purple Haze does just as good indoors as it does out. Depending on where you live, you can expect to harvest in October at the latest.