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Khalifa Genetics Maharaja Haze Fem 6 pk


Amnesia Haze IBL x North Indian Landrace IBL
85% Sativa/15% Indica
Hot to Temperate Climates
Medium Yield
11 to 12 Weeks to Flower
Mushroom, Wood, Haze, Culinary Herbs

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Maharaja Haze, An Indian Haze
The Maharaja Haze is a spicy True F1 hybrid. This almost pure Sativa strain produces long spear-shaped colas with a distinctly old-school woody and hazy smell. Resulting from a cross between a pure Indian Landrace from the majestic Kullu valley and an Amsterdam legend, the Amnesia Haze.
This Indian Haze is the perfect combination of the spiciness of the Kullu Landrace and the complex bouquet of Soma’s Amnesia.

Khalifa Genetics’ Maharaja Haze produces a good amount of trichomes thanks to the frosty Amnesia while the Kullu contributes to its very wild Sativa flavor.
Because its smell is so different from that of most cannabis strains, the delicate Maharajah buds almost don’t smell like buds but rather like a spicy Indian dish peppered with exotic culinary herbs.

Fast-Growing Haze
Because of its Sativa genes and its hybrid vigor, the Maharaja grows insanely fast. On top of that, its flowering stretch is very important. For these reasons, it rarely requires more than a couple of weeks of vegetative growth. This almost makes up for its relatively long flowering time.

Although it is slightly challenging to grow, the Maharaja Haze flowers faster and offers higher yields than its North Indian parent. It is also more productive and faster flowering than the Original Haze of the 1970s. Even if the buds aren’t very fat, they are extremely long which is perfect in a Screen Of Green (SOG) setup.

Because the breeders at Khalifa Genetics stabilized both parental lines for many generations before crossing them, the uniformity is very high. All plants have a similar growth pattern, floral structure, and flowering time. Most importantly, all plants bear that unique and mouth-watering old-school Hazy scent. This unique project also was made possible thanks to our collaboration with CoCo Genes, an Indian Strain Hunter. Coco collected the North Indian seeds on-site, in the Kullu Valley, back in 2017.