Caryophyllene, Myrcene, Terpinolene
> 78 in
3 – 6
8 – 9 weeks
3, 6, 12, 24
Origin of Silver Haze seeds
Silver Haze seeds get their name because of the vast shiny diverse trichomes covering the bud. Initially, Silver Haze Feminized seeds are believed to have been bred by two brothers back in the 1970s but failed. Later on, other breeders from the Netherlands tried crossing different cannabis varieties, and one of them finally came up with this exceptional Silver Haze. This Feminized cannabis was crossed between Northern Lights and Haze. Afterward, Silver Haze made its way to the West Coast, then the rest of the world, and became one of the most consumed cannabis in the world.
Description of Feminized Silver Haze seeds
Silver Haze is a first-class Sativa-dominant that everyone should have as it is one of the best varieties in the world. This Feminized cannabis has 80% Sativa and 20% Indica genetics.
Germinating Silver Haze
The first step to having successful germination is ensuring that you have high-quality seeds. You can enjoy the experience of planting your own Silver Haze Feminized seeds at your home. Premium Cultivars have the best high-quality seeds for you. What are you waiting for? Order from Premium Cultivars right away if you want to have successful germination.
Premium Cultivars recommends the method of ‘germination station.’ In this method, growers must use a unique tool to create optimal germination conditions, such as a germination station with a heat mat. Moreover, you can make a piece of DIY equipment at home by placing a plastic dome over a plate in the heating pad. Owning a purchased germinating station is beneficial as it works effectively compared to the one made at home.
First, the cannabis seeds are placed in starter cubes and then placed in the germinating station. You place the seeds in the cube, add water, and in less than 120 hours, you see the sprouting of the seeds. Once this is done, you make a hole in the soil and place the whole cube that contains the sprouted seeds. Later, the radicle will emerge from the bottom of the cube and into the loose, moist soil. This method is considered one of the easiest to practice, and errors made are very minimal. Also, it makes it easy when transferring the sprouted seeds to the loose soil.
Growing Feminized Silver Haze seeds
Silver Haze is not like the other cannabis varieties in terms of growth because it is moderate compared to easy ones. However, experienced growers tend to have their ways to make the growing process victorious. This Feminized strain is not recommended for beginner growers as they may encounter challenges making the growing unsuccessful.
This Feminized strain can be grown both indoor and outdoor producing the best and high yields. Sometimes, growers are recommended to use a hydroponic farming setup: This type is where growers plant the strains without soil but use mineral nutrients solutions in an aqueous solution set up. Silver Haze does well in areas that have a warm equatorial climate with plenty of sunlight.
The flowering period of this feminized strain is usually 7-9 weeks. During flowering, Silver Haze requires a day length of light. The yields from outdoor are usually more significant than the indoor. The harvesting period occurs around mid-October. Silver Haze is a tall, slender plant that requires pruning while it is growing. Pruning of this Feminized strain makes it not easy thus needs to be done by experienced growers.
Feminized Silver Haze FAQs
How long does Silver Haze take to flower?
Silver Haze usually has a period of 7-9 weeks to flower.
Is Feminized Silver Haze Sativa or Indica?
Silver Haze is Sativa-dominant but has few strains of Indica. The ratio is roughly 80% sativa and 20% indica.