The family of cannabis strains known as Haze began in the early 1970s and took over the world of the Sativa-lover with it's psychedelic properties and unique taste. Unfortunately, the story of Arjan's Haze #1 is mostly unknown and unverified. When the strain first appeared in Green House Seed Company's catalog it was listed as a mix of Neville's Haze, Super Silver Haze and something they called secret haze. Now though the strain is listed as being a cross between G13 and Haze.
Tasting like spice, flowers, fruit and mint the strain may contain as much as 22 percent THC. In 2004 Arjan's Haze #1 took first prize in the High Times Cannabis Cup for the "People's Cup" category, second in the Sativa cup category, for its strong head high.
Crashing into users minds, this strain can begin very strongly but generally mellows out and lingers for a long time. Arjan's Haze #1 can be very introspective and psychedelic, some users will find themselves zoned out and confused. For those of higher tolerance this may be effective afternoon medication to treat anxiety and stress.
If a grower is looking to get the best yield from Arjan's Haze, reportedly between 350 and 450 grams per square meter, it should be grown in a hydroponics setup. Even so, the quality of flavors, aroma and effects are a notch above when this strain is grown in soil, indoors or out. His strain needs to be fed more than other Sativas and should be built up to pH of 6.3, from 5.5 in hydroponics and 5.7 in soil, by the end of the ten to eleven week flowering cycle. Outdoors this strain is ready for harvest in early November. EC levels should not be kept higher than 2.1 in hydroponics or 1.9 in soil.