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Lebron Haze - BSF Seeds
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Lebron Haze

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Now you can buy at the best price in PevGrow the new Lebron Haze from BSF Seeds. A cannabic Titanic! Result of the cross between a Lemon Thai and an Elite Haze, you get one of the most special cannabis plants you can find in the market nowadays, sativa dominant, but with a fast growing and out of the ordinary, added to a crazy power.

How is Lebron Haze plant?

This mostly sativa cannabis plant, surprises by its fast flowering, between 7-8 weeks in indoor crops. Despite its fast development, especially outdoors, it is a large plant that can reach even 3 meters, with a branched structure and rude.

What does Lebron Haze taste like?

It has a sensational organoleptic characteristics, a combined citrus and fresh, an unforgettable bouquet of sensations, will take your taste buds to such a pleasant state that it feels like a utopia.

What effect does Lebron Haze have?

Its effect is very sativa, mental and very happy, recommended to share with your friends while enjoying a barbecue at the pool.

How do you grow Lebron Haze?

In indoor crops, it needs to be controlled so that it does not stretch to the point that it can touch the bulbs, which is undoubtedly a problem for the plant. It is best to apply progressive pruning from early on, as well as growth tutors to control it. I usually place it in 2.9 US gal (11 litre) pots, more or less placing 9 plants per 3x3ft (m2).

In outdoor crops, on the contrary, I recommend that you let it grow at its own pace, if you can put it directly in the ground much better, if not put it in a pot of at least 13.2 US gal (50 liters), with a substrate worked with coconut fiber, giving even more space to the roots to develop fully. In fact, you can encourage wider root development with the application of Mycoterra's Kraken.

How much does Lebron Haze produce?

In the growing cabinet it will be able to produce between 17.6 and 22.9 oz per 3x3ft (500-650 grams per m2). Outdoors, you will be able to cut between 26.4 and 42.3 oz (750-1200 grams) per plant.

Lebron Haze is one of the flagships of BFS Seeds, you can't miss it in your dispensary! Buy it now at PevGrow!

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Data sheet and characteristics

Type: Type Feminized
Banks: Banks BSF Seeds
Genetics: Genetics Elite Haze x Lemon Thai
Phenotype: Phenotype Sativa 85% - 15% Indica
Harvest outdoor H.N: Harvest outdoor H.N Mid October
Harvest outdoor H.S: Harvest outdoor H.S Mid April
Indoor production: Indoor production 17.6-22.9 oz/3x3ft
Outdoor production: Outdoor production 26.4-42.3 oz/plant
Indoor height: Indoor height Medium
Outdoor height: Outdoor height 6.56-9.8 ft.
Indoor flowering period: Indoor flowering period 7-8 weeks
THC: THC 22%
Flavor and aroma: Flavor and aroma Lemon
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