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Haze Special from KC Brains

This is the kind of smoke that works great for kicking off the weekend. This sativa-indica hybrid makes everything alright, effectively softening up the smoker from the kind of psychic tension that drives us to drink like fish, cuss like sailors and seek recklessly sensual pleasures. This Neville's Haze descendent can prevent, or at least mitigate, insanity -- and with a sweet organic quality and nice yields that taste and feels much better than Prozac. A little will launch you to a high altitude, but it keeps calling you back, a sweet enticement that follows you around like a shadow. This is the kind of high made for social events, gatherings and creative ventures. You can bet your seventies porn mustache the ladies will like this high. 8-11 weeks flowering indoors -- a damn nice alternative to the interminably long photoperiod required for the legendary Neville's Haze.
Haze Special from KC Brains
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'Haze Special' from KC Brains
- 'Haze Special'
This is the kind of smoke that works great for kicking off the weekend. This sativa-indica hybrid makes everything alright, effectively softening up the smoker from the kind of psychic tension that drives us to drink like fish, cuss like sailors and seek recklessly sensual pleasures. This Neville's Haze descendent can prevent, or at least mitigate, insanity -- and with a sweet organic quality and nice yields that taste and feels much better than Prozac. A little will launch you to a high altitude, but it keeps calling you back, a sweet enticement that follows you around like a shadow. This is the kind of high made for social events, gatherings and creative ventures. You can bet your seventies porn mustache the ladies will like this high. 8-11 weeks flowering indoors -- a damn nice alternative to the interminably long photoperiod required for the legendary Neville's Haze.
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Grower Report - -G on September 15, 2003, 10:09 am Haze Special from KC Brains rated 6.43


Report 1 of 3From -G
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: All in the head
Odor Description:
Taste:
Garden Style for This Report: Tree


KC did a really good job with this plant. My ratings are very critical.

It is a Neville's Haze crossed with a KC-606. I have grown Greenhouse Neville's Haze and they were resin bombs, slim, long buds that resembled pine cones and covered in silver resin... The Neville's Haze is reputed to be one of the trippiest sativas around... KC crossed the Neville's Haze with a 606 for increased bud size, yield and shorter flowering time, they are quick to finish!

I grew Haze Special last year and had a plant that produced more resin than this one and bigger buds... I was not overly impressed with the resin production on this one. I cloned it and they seem to do better under Metal Halide than HPS, as the plants under the MH lamp have more trichomes and healthier looking foilage.

I used General Hydroponics Flora series for most of the grow... I used 1/4 strength nutes in the last 3 weeks. This made the plant take on light green buds... which I like.

I grew this plant to 5'. Tt branches like crazy but the buds were pretty small, lots of them but small "quarter sized" nuggets. I call them popcorn buds. Nevertheless, they still pack a punch.

I had no problems with smell or growing these plants. They grow very well with low nutrients. The only problem I see with the seedline is the germination rates, the seeds don't tend to germinate very fast and the germ rates were pretty low; out of 10 seeds I got 3 plants, 2 of which were male and 1 was female. I recommend you start at least 30 seeds of this strain to get some good individuals to select from.

The smoke is high class, it's very heady and thought-provoking; alert and smiley/happy. The duration of the high is very impressive.

[Update: Oct. 14th 03] Taste Of Haze Special Revealed!

I grew this stuff last year as mentioned above, I had a different pheno. I took it to some parties and people told me they thought it tasted like peanut butter... Personally I thought some of last years crop tasted like chinese chicken balls at times, but this year we smoked it again in a joint with a bunch of people and they said it smelled just like peanut butter! I was like, "hell, it kinda does" but here's the kicker... I purchased a Vapir vaporizor as a heath investment (www.air-2.com) these things are crazy... It totally eliminates all the bad smoke taste (there is no smoke!) and only vaporizes the active ingredients and plant aromas... Well low and behold! These buds taste like peanut butter! It's very apparent in the vape.

I perfer to vaporize now, I smoked a J last night and coughed up a lung, lol... You don't cough with this guys, the high is more of a creeper but it is real heady and alot clearer.

-G


Overall Effect: All in the head
Sex: Standard (M/F)
Bloom Lighting: 410w to 1000w
Outdoor Harvest: Oct 1 to Oct 15

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 3.00
Plant Height: 60
Harvest Indoor: 35 to 40 days

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Report 2 of 3From medjool
Vintage: December, 2001
Effect: All in the head
Odor Description: Like a Sativa cross, turpentine/pine
Taste: Turpentine/pine/medicine, not a harsh Sativa burn
Garden Style for This Report: Tree
December, 2001

Seeds were a bit of a slow starter, they all did pop, lost one between the diaper and the soil. Some of these babies started moving right along and some of them acted like ‘failure to thrive'. One was like a microscopic but perfectly formed plant. I thought I was going to have to trash it. So, minorly disgusted, I moved them all to the greenhouse and they took off like a shot, all of them, very quick. All the plants looked just like one another, no major differences. Tall and skinny and delicate slender leaves/fingers. They all had to be tied down, they all showed sex fast, but were a little slow in early flower.

Three males, one shorter guy in full bloom before I caught him, but no seeds. I took one clone and let her flower with the rest. The clone took, just stuck it in some soil. So I had seven girls. The failure to thrive plant grew to be very tall, but she did not produce as much. This strain is not a big producer.

I had the big main colas and many smaller flowers on the side branches. A tiny popcorn bud does pack a punch, even the leaves around the bud are very nice, and they taste good too. The flowers themselves have that Sativa, not so great, turpentine/pine/sharp - pinch your nose! Well, I like it, because I know it"s all good, but it"s not the most delicious pot. Three or four hits from a glass pipe and you are good for four hours or so. More than that, you get nothing much done, and you may need a nap. Just a little bit and you can get more accomplished, including that which you may find intolerable otherwise. It took me a while to get used to this smoke. I am used to it now, and it"s a good Sativa, hits you in the head, never boring, and no paranoia. I went slow to start to get used to it.

If I did not need a giant yield, I would be growing this again.


Overall Effect: All in the head
Sex: Standard (M/F)
Bloom Lighting: Not Listed
Outdoor Harvest: Oct 1 to Oct 15

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: Not Listed
Plant Height: Not Listed
Harvest Indoor: Not Listed

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Report 3 of 3From WidowKat
Vintage: August, 2003
Effect: All in the head
Odor Description: Fresh pine, Skunk, with a dank hashy undertone
Taste: Intense pine-lemon with perfumed inscented hash
Garden Style for This Report: Screen of Green SCROG
August, 2003

This was a great strain to grow. I'd ordered my seeds before seeing the reports from fellow growers here so I was a little nervous at first what with the descriptions of peanut butter taste and all, but I must have got a completely different batch of seeds.

I germinated the seeds directly in the soil, plain old MG potting soil, and had sprouts within 18-30hrs of planting. At a week or two I began a light feeding schedule of 30-10-10 Miracle Grow nutes, fed them 3-4 times in veg, soluble silica was used each time. Switched to 12/12 at approx. 30 days, after separating the 1 male from 3 seeds leaving me with two nice bushy, but tall, ladies.

I fed them a mixture of 15-30-15, and 18-18-21 MG nutes at varying times throughout flowering, perhaps 4-5 feeds, still using the silica. The flowering cycle lasted aprox. 58 days though they could have safely been left on the plant for another week or more. Currently re-vegged the lot and am 2+ weeks into flowering again. I harvest by trichome color, 40% milky, 30% amber, the rest clear-to-lightly milky. Before harvest I gave them a few days in the dark and cold, turned some of the buds and leaves a nice purple color and increased the final resin production. Had no real problems whatsoever the whole grow.

I was not impressed with the growth during the veg stage, seemed sluggish and I didn?t really approve of the growth pattern. I thought I got what I paid for, cheap beans. But it's the flowers that count, for me at least, and I was in for a surprise at the great flowering stage. Each plant had at least 5 large buds that turned into half oz buds after drying, with many more medium and small buds. They look spectacular in flower I can tell you. I wish I had more and better pics to show, but am lucky to have the ones I do, bought a better camera in the middle of the flowering so you can tell I was getting used to using it.

I waited until about day 20 of flower to screen them, it was a do it before it's too late thing at that point, the buds were just big enough to make squeezing them through the screen a pain in the butt. The yield was very good for the amount of time I'd taken with them.

Med users do enjoy the Haze Special, seems good for both body and head pain but can cause some emotional discomfort (paranoia, nervousness) when too much is smoked by the low to average smoker. Is a bit of a creeper so these accidental over-smokes happen.

Stone: you can tell it's Haze for sure, it's a creeper and takes about a half hour after smoking to fully kick in, longer sometimes. But you know it when it does. Keeps you stuck to the ground, great body and head feeling. The taste is extremely pleasant, making you continuously want to come back for more (think the breeders description may even say the same! if so I agree fully). Curing makes it that much better, after a month cure I was in heaven.

Overall I have to say that this was a pleasant surprise to grow and I am keeping this strain and breeding it with my ultra potent mother Widow as we speak.

The photos sometimes get rearranged or reversed when they put it up, found that out the last time I reported so I'll just tell you the youngest pic you see is 25days of 12/12 (should be able to see the pic title). Hope you enjoy, happy growing! ~WK~


Overall Effect: All in the head
Sex: Standard (M/F)
Bloom Lighting: 260w to 400w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 5.00
Plant Height: 60
Harvest Indoor: 55 to 60 days

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