Authentic Genetics - Original Haze 100% Colombian

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This is a pack donated to the preservation project by our own @jaguarlax! I knew there were some items I missed on the list! Thank you man !

Original Haze 100% Colombian

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Original Haze was first bred in 1969 in the Santa Cruz Mountains by a gentleman named G.

G exchanged seeds with Skunkman Sam who saved the variety and turned the world onto Haze.

I begot the variety directly from Skunkman Sam and they are the original 3 way Colombian Haze that was first bred in 1969 in the Santa Cruz mountains by Sam's neighbor "G". Sam kept them through IBL breeding since the 70's to preserve the variety.

This variety contains no Afghan/Indica, it is unlike most everything in modern cannabis.

Please note: Original Haze is an amazing variety that is best used for breeding. You will no doubt find some wonderful examples of Haze, but do note that there is a lot of variation in the variety and that is what makes it such a great plant to breed with.

You can read more about Original Haze here:

question for sam the skunkman on the original haze - International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums
 
This is a pack donated to the preservation project by our own @jaguarlax! I knew there were some items I missed on the list! Thank you man !

Original Haze 100% Colombian

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Original Haze was first bred in 1969 in the Santa Cruz Mountains by a gentleman named G.

G exchanged seeds with Skunkman Sam who saved the variety and turned the world onto Haze.

I begot the variety directly from Skunkman Sam and they are the original 3 way Colombian Haze that was first bred in 1969 in the Santa Cruz mountains by Sam's neighbor "G". Sam kept them through IBL breeding since the 70's to preserve the variety.

This variety contains no Afghan/Indica, it is unlike most everything in modern cannabis.

Please note: Original Haze is an amazing variety that is best used for breeding. You will no doubt find some wonderful examples of Haze, but do note that there is a lot of variation in the variety and that is what makes it such a great plant to breed with.

You can read more about Original Haze here:

question for sam the skunkman on the original haze - International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums
I just bought that and am looking at a new tent and new light solely for that. Anyone grown it?
 
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