At Dinafem Seeds, we wanted to develop a Sativa hybrid that showcased very different features and the result is this queen that hobnobs with the cream of the Sativa aristocracy. Totally recommendable for collectors of elite Sativa genetics!
Despite her Sativa dominance, Royale Haze is a very sturdy marijuana plant whose structure is rather reminiscent of a Skunk plant. She is generally highly branchy, with medium distance between nodes, a long main cola and several thick buds all over her body. As time passes by, she starts to acquire a more elegant shape and greater dimensions, sometimes reaching heights of 4.5 m outdoors.
When the long-awaited time to harvest arrives, you won’t believe what Royale Haze is really capable of. She produces huge buds overflowing with rich resin. In fact, this heavy-producer can provide up to 450-500 g/m2 indoors and some 600-900 g/plant outdoors. Many different phenotypes can derive from this marijuana strain but all of them will produce good-quality crops in the hands of experts and novice growers alike.
Royale Haze presents a wide range of tastes and scents. Her aroma has very strong zesty and exotic overtones and her flavour is full of hints of citrus, cedar, Haze, pine and Skunk. A tasty mouthful for the most exquisite palates!
The THC levels of Royale Haze are nothing more or less than between 16 % and 20 %, which is why her strong Sativa effect will captivate those who love this genotype. The 'high' is basically an invigorating and stimulating heady sensation that takes long to disappear. Sativa-lovers will find in this strain their perfect match!
Royale Haze is accessible to all because she showcases three major advantages: she grows vigorously, she does it very quickly and she copes well with moisture-related problems. Indoors, SOG and SCROG growing methods are the ones the make the most out of her. Outdoors, she thrives in dry, sunny, temperate and Mediterranean climates as well as under the protection of a greenhouse. She requires a more moderate fertilization than other Sativa hybrids, so avoid any kind of excess. The flowering takes just 70-80 days indoors and she’s ready for harvest in late October when cultivating outdoors.