Super silver haze
Are you looking for an extraordinary strain that starts to flower early and finally gives you a yield of between 600 grams and 800 grams? Well, Amsterdam Marijuana Seeds has that strain in store, and hereby as we review it, Super Silver Haze (Regular) will give you just those yields.
You will not wait for long before the strain starts to flower. However, that is not all. What else do you need to know about this super strain? Stay on.
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What Makes This Strain So Special?
A number of things make Super Silver Haze special. First, it is the high yield. Whether you cultivate it indoors or outdoors, Super Silver Haze will give you a large yield. In fact, Super Silver Haze (Regular) is one of the marijuana strains mentioned on our website that give growers extraordinary results.
Second, Super Silver Haze is special because she was the winner of 1997, 1998, and 1999 High Times Cannabis Cup. Since becoming the winner of the HTCC for three consecutive years, Super Silver Haze has dominated the market for years.
Third, the strain also won an amazing award during the High Times Harvest Festival. With this and the other awards, we at Amsterdam Marijuana Seedbank believe Super Silver Haze is a strain you don’t want to miss.
Lastly, you will love Super Silver Haze because of its potency. You will never go wrong with Super Silver Haze because once you take it, you will remain high, focused, attentive, yet relaxed.
It is also important to mention that Super Silver Haze is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain with 65%, and the remaining 35% goes to the Indica part. The strain has a THC level of 20% to 30%, and growing it will not give you much trouble.
Which Effect Does This Strain Give?
Because the strain is a hybrid of Haze and Northern Lights, you can expect it to have a high potency while retaining some of the softer yet strong qualities such as energetic feeling, long-lasting mental and body high, and noticeable characters of hyperactivity.
The strain is sweet; thus, if you are not careful, you might find yourself consuming a lot of it. In the end, you’ll succumb to deep sleep after the hyperactivity, mental and physical energy have taken a toll on you.
Regular Super Silver Haze users also claim that the strain enables one to do some things they never thought they’d do. For instance, taking a fair share of Super Silver Haze is likely to make one perform heavy duties. Perhaps it is because the strain gives one extraordinary strength.
That explains why one is likely to sleep deeply after exhaustion.
What Is The Difficulty Of Growing This Strain?
Growing Super Silver Haze will not give you many problems. In fact, in our list of strains, Super Silver Haze is classified as an easy-to-moderate to grow strain. However, you must beware of one major complication you are likely to encounter as a cannabis grower.
With sufficient fertilizer and enough nutrients in the soil, the strain develops heavy buds. In fact, one of AMS experienced farmers, Mr. Relaximo says, “The strain develops very huge and healthy buds. After some time, the buds may grow and as they become heavy, chances of bending or breaking branches are inevitable.”
The cannabis growing expert continues to observe, “Unless you have enough supporters, you are likely to lose buds to falling. It is even worse when the soil has enough nutrients.”
According to the expert, you need to erect strong supporters, which will be able to deal with the falling off of buds and the loaded down branches.
What Is Needed To Grow This Strain?
To grow Super Silver Haze to maturity, you need the following few things:
Proper fertilizers – The keyword here is proper fertilizer. According to the expert, this strain is regarded as one of the highest in giving growers yield. However, with good results, there must be deliberate efforts to make sure you get the 600 grams or so.
Ideal fertilizer application is also crucial. The strain is among those that start to flower early, with many of the plants developing all flowers before the 10th week instead of strains that take up to 12 weeks to blossom fully.
As such, you need to start applying the right fertilizer early enough.
Supplementing fertilizer with manure – The other thing you must do is to supplement fertilizer with suitable ingredients. According to Relaximo, manure from organic ground coffee husks and other natural products is the best in ensuring the soil is rich.
Still, you need to apply manure early enough to allow Super Silver Haze to develop flowers, leaves, branches, and healthy buds.
Enough lighting – Super Silver Haze is not bushy. Nonetheless, the strain needs enough light. It is imperative when you grow Super Silver Haze indoors, where natural light, heat, and sunshine might be limited.
Water – Unlike most marijuana strains in this list, Super Silver Haze needs a lot of water. Make sure your crops have enough water. You can spray your crops once each day, especially in the evening. That way, the crops’ roots will absorb nutrients from the soil with the help of water the whole nigh and the entire day ahead.
How Much Yield Can I Expect From This Seed?
As mentioned earlier, Super Silver Haze is among the high-yielding marijuana seeds. Expect to harvest up to 21 ounces, which is an equivalent of 600 grams of Super Silver Haze from every square meter.
When grown outdoors, there are high chances of harvesting up to 28 ounces or 800 grams from each square meter. For outdoor cultivation, the right month to harvest this strain is September/October, with plants growing as tall as 220 centimeters but a meager 80 centimeters when grown indoors.
Everything About The Flavour/Scent
High potency, energy, and stickiness characterize Super Silver Haze. The strain is dominated by a citrus aroma that is enhanced with delicate sweetness, which some users say is ‘down-to-earth.’ Whether you take a small portion of Super Silver Haze or sit the whole day to consume large amounts of this weed, you will be left with a long-lasting sweetness coupled with body high.
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