Bangi Haze by the GrowFellow


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May 23, 2016
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Don’t get fooled and run out of vertical space later on. A lot of sativa growth will explode when the light cycle changes to budding.

Parents: Congolese x Nepalese

ACE Seeds developed Bangi Haze by crossing Congolese Sativa genetics with a sturdy landrace from the Nepalese mountains. The final result of this breeding process was a highly stabilized strain, with 70% Sativa genetics, and the suitability to be grown indoors or outdoors, even in colder climates. Many suspect Congolese to be an African landrace, but in reality it’s a Sativa from California, with Mexican and Afghani roots.

Bangi Haze is easy to grow in comparison to other sativa-dominant hybrids. It has a remarkable resilience towards colder climates, rain, mould and fungus, giving outdoor growers in challenging conditions high chances of success. This strain was developed in Galicia, one of the coldest regions in Spain, where rainfalls, fog, and high humidity can easily destroy the entire harvest. Bangi Haze can deal with these conditions, has a relatively short flowering time of 9-10 weeks, and will also grow well under artificial light. This strain prefers medium dosages of fertilizer, but rather low amounts of nitrogen.

The high of Bangi Haze is characterized by clear, uplifting, euphoric, and energizing Sativa effects of Congolese, combined with slightly sedative elements of Nepalese. It’s a smoke that activates, and the Congolese Sativa clearly dominates the effects. THC levels were tested at 15-20%. Smoking Bangi Haze will have you amazed at the complex blend of sweet flavours, including anise and lemon, with hints of hash and summer blossoms.
Outdoor growers looking for a reliable sativa-dominant strain that has the capability to deal with colder climates in northern Europe have just found their match. Bangi Haze is a sturdy strain, uncomplicated to grow, and a good choice for growers with little experience. Indoor growers will be satisfied as well, and can look forward to dense blossoms and an excessive trichome production.

Bangi Haze by ACE Seeds will finish its flowering time after 9-10 weeks, and is a good choice for novices. It’s not only strain for indoor cultivation, but it will also thrive outdoors, even in colder climates. Bangi Haze has 70% Sativa genetics, and was created by hybridizing selected lineages of Congolese with genetics from the Nepal region. Strong energetic high and sweet flavours of anise!

Bangi Haze is one the most stabilized sativa hybrids in our collection. It is a fast flowering and easy to grow sativa that produces dense flowers, full of generous trichomes, with a sweet, floral, lemony and anisette aroma.

Strong stimulating Congolese sativa effect. Excellent choice for rainy and cold climates or for indoor growing.

70 % sativa / 30 % indica
THC 15-20%
Flowering indoors 9-10 weeks
Yield Average-High
Resistance against spider mites is Average.
Resistance against powder mildew is High.
Resistance against botrytis is High.
Resistance against white fly is Average-High.
Resistance against cold is High.
Resistance against heat is Average-High.

Her Structure is Medium size sativa, easy to grow indoors. It has good branching and medium node length, allowing the correct light penetration of the whole plant.

High -Strong and energetic sativa effect that picks you up and keeps you active.

Bouquet- Tempting sweet, floral, lemony and anisette aroma.

Growing Tips-Bangi Haze has been developed in Galicia, one of the coldest and rainiest areas in Spain, and subsequently stabilized a few generations for indoor growing.

This sativa has acquired a surprising resistance against cold, rain and all types of fungus. It produces excellent results flowering even on foggy or icy days (in conditions where other varieties would easily die or rot).

Bangi Haze has been grown in a great variety of climates: warm or cold, dry or wet, including northern countries from Central and Eastern Europe.

Due to its stability, adaptability and resistance, we highly recommend Bangi Haze for breeding projects, and to develop sativa dominant hybrids of stimulating effect.

We recommend average fertilizer levels for the whole cycle, with moderate-light dosage of Nitrogen.

Medical Uses: Nausea, inflammation, anxiety.

The silver-white buds indicate loads of potent trichomes, while the dense structure appeals to many users. This is a superb all-around strain that should not be passed up, when it can be found.
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A 12-inch tall sativa plant entering the bud lighting cycle (12/12) can easily finish at four feet tall with lots of branches that support full buds of glistening calyx.

Sativa-dominant strains tend to tolerate warmer temperatures and higher humidity levels versus indica strains during budding, making them a suitable choice for growing indoors during summer months when cooling capabilities become more intensive using grow lights.

Sativas tend to do most of their essential oil production at ripening. To help bring your strains to maturity quicker, try shortening the day lengths to eight hours ON during the final weeks before harvest is anticipated.

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The plants entered my environment on Monday the 17th of July at 4:44pm as clones, I never saw the environment they were in. They were in small square containers planted in FF when I received them.
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The environment is powered by 720 watts in my cob/led hybrid lighting system.


Today is July 24, 2017
They are 3 weeks old today.
2 weeks to root + 1 week veg.
The lights are on 24/0 (cobs only) i'll introduce the K-3 during flowering.


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I added a 2 tier trellis training system, it slides up and down with ease. I don't think height will be at issue assuming that I can contain them.
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These thickened connections shows that your cannabis plant is spreading energy more evenly across the whole plant.

When you see your plant thicken connections like this, it means that the plant is strengthening the "internal system" of the stem, so it's easeir to deliver nutrients and other building blocks. This results in faster growth, bigger colas, and increased yields for each of the affected stems.

The thickening that happens at the base of stems is one sign that the plant is diverting energy to the new colas (where before it was putting the majority of its energy into just the one main cola).
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My first attempt at topping a photo, I hope it was done the right way.
Time will tell.

The plant training has started.
This is the branch that got topped.

The environment seems to be stable.
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In order to keep my temperatures down during the day the lights will be off from 9 am - 9 pm (Flowering time ).
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