Amnesia has better production than pure Thai strains and also finishes flowering much quicker. Indoor-grown plants will take between 60 – 70 days of florescence and will yield between 400 – 500 gr/m 2 ; outdoors plants will be ready to harvest in early October yielding between 375 – 750 gr/plant. Buds are dense and resinous and resistance to mould and pests is medium.
Amnesia is a 70% sativa strain with genetic origins in Thailand. The best females from a Thai selection process were crossed with pollen from a superb Skunk male plant. The result was then further crossed with both C99 and Jack Herer male plants before the results were crossed again. It is one of the most popular sativa-dominant strains commercially available.
During florescence indoors this plant will create quite a powerful odour and so air-filtering is recommended. the taste is complex, spicy and fruity with something of a Haze character to it. THC production has been measured at up to 20% with somewhat higher CBD than from pure Thai strains giving an that is effect is very cerebral and long-lasting but with some heft behind it too.
It’s true — Amnesia Haze takes its time to produce the resin-coated buds it’s known for. If you can wait, you’ll enjoy nugs that most cannabis enthusiasts would do anything for.
• 5 Seeds – $65
• 10 Seeds – $120
• 25 Seeds – $240
Amnesia Haze is a sativa-dominant hybrid that contains a handful of landrace sativa qualities. If you’re ready to grow Amnesia Haze seeds, you must prepare your garden for a lengthy flowering time.
If you grow Amnesia Haze seeds indoors, ample light, air circulation, and temperature control is necessary.
If you decide to grow Amnesia Haze seeds outdoors, you must live in a climate where fall temperatures don’t dip too much. If you live in a Northern latitude region, your Amnesia Haze crop may suffer as the temperature falls during the night.