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Super Orange Haze

Genetic Heritage
Super Lemon Haze (BCN cut) x S.O.D.K F5
Seed Type
F4 Feminised Automatic
Cycle Time
70 to 80 days from sprout
Project Introduction and Overview:

The Super Orange Haze F1 photoperiod x auto cross was made way back in 2015, doing continued work on the Originals line strains, we were already looking to develop new and improved strains based on those. We were running and trialling a multitude of high-quality photoperiod cuttings, and one stood way out from the crowd as one of the oiliest, stickiest going. The cutting in question was a super lemon haze acquired from Barcelona. It was perhaps the first strain we would take rolled joints down to the photoperiod flowering room and rub on the plants for some true 'live resin' fun. The vigour was something to behold, you could pop a relatively small cutting into flower and she would bush out and go mental, tripling, quadrupling, quintupling, a really nice strain to scrog for a smashing yield but still had that top-shelf headstash quality too. The strain to mate her with was obvious to us, to complement the citrus lemony skunky funk haze, was our Sour Orange Diesel Kush for a doubly citrusy experience. During the development of the project we have primarily focused on capturing the resin production and high level of terpenes over the overall plant size, however, when grown in a good environment she can certainly get some size on to match to make a very well rounded, Super strain.

Strain behaviour and structure:

Overall we'd classify the Super Orange haze as a medium-sized strain, with potential in the correct environment to monster at a fast rate. Seedling growth is steady, the internodal gaps will vary depending on the light source used, in our breeding environment, she will produce good dominant branching from early on. Leaves begin looking thick green and indica (especially seen side by side with our other new sativa strains) however as she transitions into pre-flower and then full flower, the leaves also transition and express a much more sativa style of plant. Oils start to emerge not long after stretch and bud sites start to form and then they build exponentially from there on out. Naturally, Super Orange haze will form quite a thick main cola, with decent sized secondaries to match, but she will train in a way that can spread that flower weight across the whole plant for a higher than average yield. Overall the Super Orange Haze isn't a finicky plant to grow, and the quality of nuggetry is certainly of the top shelf xxx variety, she's pretty adaptable also, lending well to low or high plant density grows.

In the weeds.

70 to 100cm
90 to 150g
Aroma and Flavour
Zesty, lemon. Tastes sherbert sweet with some sourness
Happy, uplifting but with K.O potential
Performs very well with all extraction methods.
Best Method
Best Grown
Medicinal Effect
Antidepressant and lowers stress

Super Orange Haze


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Super Orange Haze

If you're anything like us you'll love your slaps! This sticker is a slight retweak of a previous design to bring it in line with our brand new 2022 range of slaps. This product is a single Super Orange Haze strain sticker. This sticker is between 3-4" (75-100mm) in size, is die cut and printed with a gloss finish that is UV/weather resistant so is suitable for indoor or outdoor use.

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