Strain produced by: Ace Seeds
Species: Sativa Dominant
Avg. Height:: 80 Cm
Flowering Time: 9-10 Weeks
Cannabis Cup Winner: No

Landrace: (Congolese x Congolese ) x ( Chritral x Chitral x Chitral )

Ace Seeds Bangi Haze is a f4 stable hybrid of a Congolese female and a Nepalese male strain. She then has been inbred by Ace Seeds Breeders for several generations. This cannabis seeds now is one of the fastest sativa hybrids in Ace Seeds collection and also one of the easiest to grow, the one with a lovely sweet and spicy aroma and taste and a very nice warmth that washes over you just before the strong euphoric kicks in.

Being mostly Sativa, Bangi Haze cannabis seeds produce compact plants. She grows very manageably for indoor application and show excellent results in Soil and/or Hydroponics setups. Seedlings can be put into pots when they just reach their 9". A mature plant of this marijuana grows up to 33" with medium spaced nodes full of generous trichomes. Bangi Haze is not the biggest yielder but that's not what real cannabis fans are looking for. Quality Over Quantity. And this haze lady has some serious quality. She needs just 9-10 weeks of flowering to start producing medium interodals with thick Colas.

The sun exposure and the added months of vegetative growth made this cannabis of Ace Seeds even better than she's been indoors. Numerous tests during a Bangi Haze seed breeding project made her well adapted to cold outdoor climates. Outdoor harvest starts end September/early October.

Her second Flowering cycle of proves her to only have improved with the passage of a few more months of vegetation. This allowed for the sativa and haze genetics in this marijuana strain to mature and become even more pronounced.

The smell of the dried buds is complex, to say the least. It's a church incense, onion/garlic haze aroma which gives a very wicked stinging sensation to the nasals. A seductive honey and liquor flavour softens and smoothes out some of the garlic/onion portion of the aroma. The stinging wickedness is still very much present when the buds are chopped up. The flavour is very much the same as the smell.

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