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midEastern Apprentice
9
Liberty Haze
Resistance
Neutral
Growing it
Normal
decided to take her down
its getting colder and wet these days.
wont take a risk - trichs are mostly cloudy and
on big leaves you see some amber-will post trichs

pic soon
2 weeks ago
9
Liberty Haze
Resistance
Strong
Growing it
Easy
The plant is easy to raise.
But you need patience. The yield is not high at the plant but for that the weed is very intensive. I can only recommend to anyone to grow this plant.:grinning:
if you still have questions about the plant or you need help with your liberty haze
I like to help you with all my knowledge .
4 weeks ago
Jodas Apprentice
10
Liberty Haze
Resistance
Strong
Growing it
Easy
Liberty is very resilient. Everything I threw at her she responded back to. What was learned: 1. If height is limited then keep her low. 2. Just water for flowering or wait until buds actually form and then go really light.

I did not scale the wet weight. But will scale the dry when completed. I also added about 2 branches into the Shake stack because they were the most damaged. Will make for fine butter I am sure :)
1 month ago
8
Liberty Haze
Resistance
Strong
Growing it
Normal
Hi everyone, well this is the end of this run. What to say about the liberty haze. Well it took 83days to get almost all clear trichomes, but no amber yet. The plant responded well to the mainlining and mutiple toping. With that it stretched x3 in height. I've got the sativa pheno if it can help other grower to estimate the growing time. Concerning to potency and the hield, This run was made in a small area and during a very hot summer. So I can say the plant responded well to this stress. I didn't expected such big colas so nice surprise. It seem at the very end, some parts of the plants turned to purple. I am also a begginer with nutrient, and the plant accepted it nicely without burn.

Strong fresh grapefruit/lime smell.
2 months ago
9
Liberty Haze
Resistance
Strong
Liberty haze is an all around great smoke. easy to grow. very resistant to all the problems you can have growing this plant. loves the light and loved to eat, eat eat
4 months ago
JackSpliff Apprentice
9
Liberty Haze
Resistance
Strong
Growing it
Normal
Liberty Haze is a marvellous strain to grow. Beautiful colours will appear during flowering stage, going from all rasta colours to dark purple leaves. 4 out of 4 seeds germinated within 4 days.
She doesn't need to much nutrions during growing as well in flowering stage. EC-levels never got higher than 1,5. I've used fertilized soil, so if you're a coco or soilless grower you might want to think twice before taking over these EC-levels. :wink:
There were no problems with mold or diseases. Just some leaf problems after repotting them, but that was my mistake. I repotted them a bit too soon and they suffered from root damage. But they recovered perfectly within a week.
They're also easy to scrOG and do not stretch to much in the first weeks 2-3 weeks of flowering.
The dominant smell during harvest was fresh lime. The smoke is soft in the throat.
The taste is a bit sweet, lime/lemon with woody undertones & the effects are at first more high in the head and then fades into a relax state of body & mind that lasts pretty long.
6 months ago
firestarter Newbie
8
Liberty Haze
Resistance
Strong
Growing it
Normal
Chopped everything down. Really happy with the harvest. Had a minor panic over the drying/curing process. Initially thinking I left them drying too long and dropped rH past that 55% floor-- but a week in jar and they're springing back to life (less grassy/hay smell and more like the amazing bud I was sniffing while it was growing.) Been holding off on sampling until they're really ready. Will have to add in those sections later.

Began the trimming process by separating the cola tops from the fluffier, pale under developed buds. Really affected two of the LH more than any other plant. So the tray photos/final weight for those two definitely smaller than the rest of the run.

Liberty Haze Dried Weight (3 plants of 6): 78.6g

Weighed after drying for a week.

Definitely have a lot to improve on next time, but man I'm hooked. Lessons learned:

1.) Top earlier-- don't be afraid to go at them early on.
2.) Smaller containers and smaller plants. I got greedy and ambitious for my space with the 3gal pots, and led to some headache and a too-dense canopy.

2.) Related: veg less-- flip those lights as soon as the plants are about a foot high.

3.) Dial in the nutrients-- in my case, don't mix nutrients formulated for hydro with soil and expect there not to be a little burn. (Nutes were free though, so price was certainly right.)
4.) Flower time estimates are just that-- estimates.
5.) Harvesting is a time commitment! Set aside the weekend.
6.) Dry slower, longer. Trim less wet, to prolong the process.
7.) Breathe! It's all good, and there's always next time.
1 year ago