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oldtimer’s haze seeds

Oldtimer’s Haze is invaluable to all preservationists, collectors and breeders looking for a pure Haze population with the original quality and genetic diversity of this legendary Sativa hybrid. Stimulating and mental effect thanks to the high THC/CBD ratio that produces an unlimited effect.

Oldtimer’s Haze regular by ACE Cannabis Seeds

Oldtimer’s Haze Standard was developed in California in the 1960s and 1970s by crossing some of the best imported tropical sativas of the time. This mythical sativa, which has been the basis for the development of the best hybrids in recent decades, nearly disappeared in the 1980s with the introduction of skunk and indica varieties into the breeding scene.


Green phenotypes produce a more sociable and euphoric effect, while Purple Haze phenotypes tend to be more introspective.

The extreme tropical sativa genotype means that it is only suitable for sativa lovers indoors, for breeding projects and/or seed production. Indoors it is recommended that a photoperiod of 11 (light)/13 (dark) be used to speed up flowering, avoid reflorations and avoid excessive stretching at the start of flowering. Even reduce the photoperiod to 10/14 from the second half of flowering to encourage complete maturation.

Oldtimer’s haze seeds

The aroma is reminiscent of old Sativas, with earthy, incense and noble wood notes. The Green Haze pheno smells more fruity (like ripe tropical fruits), while the Purple Haze pheno smells like liquorice and liquor.

Oldtimer’s Haze is a tropical sativa hybid which combines genetics from Mexico, Colombia, India and Thailand.

This strain grows tall and leafy, with average internodal spacing. You’ll find both the “Purple Haze” and “Green Haze” phenotypes. A true gift for lovers of the old Sativas of the 70s.

The effect is intense and cerebral, highly stimulating. Its high THC content induces a very long lasting effect that gets you higher and higher with each puff.

Oldtimers Haze is better suitedfor tropical or subtropical climates (latitudes between 20º-35º). It also performs well in greenhouses, although indoor cultivation is only recommended to keep a mother plant, to make seeds or for true fans of extreme Sativas.