Super Silver Haze was imagined by the same person who was responsible for White Widow. We think the man behind these snowy strains had a bit of a fetish with white, resinous strains. Its not a bad thing. We believe we may have even contracted the same impulses. The team at Weed Seeds Australia reckon this is the number 1 white strain available next to White Widow. Of course others will argue that Great White Shark and White Rhyno should be recognised as one of the legendaries but, unfortunately, no.
The Super Silver Haze and White Widow are royalty in the Cannabis Kingdom. Mr Nice did really well on growing these two beauties. So good in fact that the globe knows his strains names. Thats when you crack open a heineken and rejoice. Sip your beer at ease knowing the world is smoking your kush. No better feeling than that.
The Super Silver Haze buzz is solid yet clear head high and if smoked throughout the day, won’t lose its effect. Super Silver Haze can appear like an Indica because of it’s overwhelming high that it acquired from its parent strains.
Silver Haze develops into tall plants with long super sticky buds, which are the product of it’s prevailing Sativa strain foundation. By intersection, the tallness and blossoming time have come down to a worthy level, while the one of a kind Sativa characteristics of the high remained. The buds are secured in THC organs, thus the name ‘Silver Haze’. Silver Haze stays imperviousness to shape. Silver Haze can develop tall, however kept up a suitable tallness if vegetative time is kept to a base. Silver Haze delivers substantial measures of thick pitch organs on vaporous Sativa-sort buds.
Strain details (from ILGM)
|Sativa or Indica||10% – 90% Sativa dominant|
|THC Level||High at 18%|
|Height||Tall (70/100 cm – 28″ /39″)|
|Yield||High (±550 gr/m² – ±19 oz/11ft²)|
|Flowering period||Average (65 days)|
|Climate||Sunny / mediterranean|