The Gipsy Haze marijuana strain was created with the aim of contributing a Haze genetics with a flowering faster than usual.
The new Eva Seeds generations created this magnificent strain which is the product of the cross between Jack Herer x Black Domina x Space Bomb, with the aim of creating a very aromatic, tasty, productive and stable plant.
Gipsy Haze has a fast growth, vigorous, provided and robust, forming many branches packed with buds in a short period of time. It has an elegant and robust structure, forming large thin leaves. Very resistant to unfavorable temperatures (especially heat). Responds well to FIM and apical pruning as well as to SOG and SCroG crops.
It easily adapts to all types of growing (indoor, outdoor, greenhouse) and media (soil, coco, hydro,…), with medium nutritional needs both for growth and flowering, and can withstand high nutrition without any problems.
During the flowering stage it forms very resinous and dense buds with an intense lime-type citric aroma with incense and mango-type fruity tones. Due to its high concentration of cannabinoids and its exotic combination of terpenes, it is ideal for high-quality resin extractions.
It is also notable for its lime-lemon type citric flavor with tones of incense and mango. When consumed, Gipsy Haze releases an intense incensed aroma that quickly fills the entire room.
It has a very powerful, energetic and funny effect, ideal for get-togethers with friends. It is also used as medical marijuana to relieve some pains and lift the mood.
Gipsy Haze can be harvested after 60-65 days of flowering after the appropriate growth. We recommend you provide a height of approximately 35-45cm when time cycle change to start the flowering and end the flowering with plants of around 75-110 cm. It yields around 500-600 grams per square meter depending on the media and growing conditions.
Gipsy Haze shows its great vigor especially outdoors, reaching a height of around 1.8-3 meters at the end of the cycle, with yields between 500gr and 1kg per plant depending on the media and size of the container.