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Haze (Cannabis)

Haze refers to a Cannabis sativa-dominant strain. Haze has high THC and low CBD content and is known for its psychedelic effects, sometimes referred to colloquially as "ampheta-weed" for their uplifting qualities. Because of its long flowering times (often double that of an indica based strain) and tall stature, haze is rarely seen in its pure form but instead is a popular choice for breeders and is the parent to many prized subset strains.

Contents

  • History 1
    • Genetics 1.1
  • Subset strains 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

History

This Cannabis strain was originally bred in the 1970s in California and was taken to Amsterdam by David Paul Watson, also known as the Skunk man, to grow it for commercial breeding in the 1980s for the Cultivators Choice seed bank.[1]

Genetics

The genetics of this strain are a combination of Sativas originally from Mexico, Colombia, Thailand and India.[2]

Subset strains

  • Amnesia Haze - High Times Overall Cannabis Cup (2004) #1, High Times Sativa Cup (2012) #1
  • Arjan's Schoenmaker Zwevers Ultra Haze 2 - High Times Cannabis Cup (2005) #2
  • Arjan's Strawberry Haze - High Times Sativa Cup (2004) #2
  • Arjan's Ultra 2 Haze - High Times Nederhash Cup (2005) #3
  • Arjan's Ultra Haze #1 - High Times Cannabis Cup (2006) #1
  • Blue Dream "Blueberry Indica crossed with A sativa Haze possibly Super Silver Haze"
  • Brainstorm Haze
  • Bubble Berry Haze
  • Cannalope Haze
  • DeLaHaze - High Times Sativa Cup (2008) #2
  • Early Pearl/Skunk #1 x Northern Lights #5/Haze - High Times Cannabis Cup (1989)
  • Electric Lemon Haze - High Times Sativa Cup (2011) #2
  • Fire Haze
  • G13 Haze - High Times Cannabis Cup (2006) #2, High Times Cannabis Cup (2007) #1
  • Hawaiian Haze
  • Haze (or Original Haze)
  • Haze x Northern Lights #5 - High Times Cannabis Cup (1993)
  • Haze x Skunk #1 - High Times Cannabis Cup (1992)
  • Lemon Haze World Cup (2002) #3 Supercannabis cup (2005) Oscars (2007) #3 Grammy (2008) Yield cup (2010) #2 MOBO (2013)×
  • Liberty Haze - High Times Cannabis Cup (2011) #1
  • Mako Haze - High Times Sativa Cup (2006) #1
  • Maroc Lemon Haze - 26th High Times Cannabis Cup (2013) #3 Import Hash
  • Moonshine Haze - High Times Sativa Cup (2011) #1
  • Northern Lights - High Times Cannabis Cup (2003) #1
  • Royal Moby (Haze x White Widow)
  • Silver Haze - High Times Overall Cannabis Cup (2005) #3
  • Strawberry Haze
  • Super Lemon Haze - High Times Cannabis Cup (2008, 2009) #1, 2010 #2. High Times Sativa Cup (2009) #1
  • Super Silver Haze - first prize winner at the High Times Cannabis Cup in 1998 and 1999 and also won awards at the High Times harvest festival
  • Tangerine Dream - Cannabis Cup (2011) #2
  • Tasman Haze - High Times Sativa Cup (2007) #2
  • Utopia Haze - High Times Cannabis Cup (2008) #2, High Times Sativa Cup (2008) #1

Piff Uk Haze - Bangers

See Cannabis Cup for High Times references.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://books.google.ca/books?id=ltqkl8jnnjEC&pg=PT85&lpg=PT85&dq=neville+schoenmaker&source=bl&ots=aIY7R4RsGU&sig=y716uD0G9XC3AxCI3cPil1FLWdg&hl=en&sa=X&ei=4q8nUMLhGMXN6QGR74GIAw&ved=0CDEQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=haze&f=false
  2. ^ http://en.seedfinder.eu/strain-info/Original_Haze/Cultivators_Choice/
  3. ^ B. Smith. "Jack Herer Seeds - Cannnabis Cup winning strain". Weed-seeds.net. Retrieved 2012-01-31. 


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