Strategies For Growing Purple Haze Marijuana Yourself
By Canncentral Editor
Purple haze is a traditional strain of sativa cannabis that was made known to many people around the world by Jimi Hendrix. It has been said to be a mixture of Purple Thai and Haze. The high produced from purple haze is more of an energetic and euphoric type of high. It tastes sweet and a little on the fruity side. Purple haze seeds are easy to come by and very popular.
Purple haze is luckily a hardy strain of cannabis. Even the beginner grower can easily produce it. It’s suggested to start it outdoors with good and healthy soil, or you can also grow it hydroponically. To keep it nicely shaped, ensure to prune the upper regions of the plant. Doing so will keep the colas well developed. Even though purple haze is called purple, it doesn’t always contain purple buds. If you want a more purple looking weed, you can always lower the temperature of the room you’re growing in, or you can grow it outside as well. It takes around 8-9 weeks to flower and has a pretty high yield.
Purple haze even does good on the cooler nights up in the northern temperatures. The most beneficial temperatures where it thrives is between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Even though purple haze tends to do better when grown outside, it still does fairly well when grown indoors.
Feed it a little every now and then when it is flowering and to increase for a bigger yield, add the phosphorus.