Liberty Haze strain review
Liberty Haze strain:
Liberty Haze strain is a hybrid that mainly has sativa effects in the brain. The brainchild of Barney ‘s Farm, a breeding operation that created flavor-focused strains such as the Tange Dream and Blue Cheese, is a cross between the Mississippi-born G13 and the favorite Sativa Chemdawg 91.
The flowers of Liberty’s Haze betray its sativa character with thin, tapered buds that resemble typical Thai sticks. The buds have a soft, smooth texture and the leaves are stripped from the central stalks quickly. Leaves themselves are a vibrant spring green and are set off by many orange to red hairs (which are pistils, meant to catch pollen from flowering male plants).
Transparent trichomes ensure that the flowers are sticky and very potent, but leaves them without the silver sheen characteristic of other resinous strains. When buds of Liberty Haze are properly cured, they give off the relatively rare aroma of lime. On closer inspection, this citrus tang is grounded out by more dank, kushy base notes. This strain burns with a smooth smoke and tastes like lime on the exhale; smokers may also pick up on some subtle spicy and herbal flavors.
The seeds of Liberty Haze have been made eligible for commercial selling through Breeders Barney ‘s Farm. Like many sativas, this strain has heartfelt genes that permit it to successfully cultivate indoors or outdoors, even if the outdoors demand warm Mediterranean climates. His plants are very large (and can grow throughout their flora), but his height can be reached if farmers pluck and cut branches in the vegetative stadium at an early point.
The flowering of indoor and harvest ready for cultivation during the late September to early October, over a rapid 8 to 9 weeks period when cultivated outside. The strain also provides farmers with an exceptionally large yield: growers should anticipate approximately 600 grams of flower per square meter of plantation.