Still with no flowers at all, Ghost Train Haze died in a hard freeze in mid-November. Total time outside for this strain, from the day it went out until the day it died without a flower: 120+ days. I sent pictures to Rare Dankness, the breeder, asking for an explanation for this tall, underperforming plant. It is an unreliable strain, obviously, but I have two seeds of GTH left, so I will try again in 2020.
ButI have other, more reliable strains that I will be growing too. Grow´n in soil: Leave the fertilizer in the cupboard. What you defintely need is yoyo's or bamboo sticks to keep them standing, when the buds weigh too much. In the end - while drying in the tent - it smelled of catpiss. I'd say its effect is 70/30: perfect high/stone balance. GOODYIELDS IN A 7 GALLON AIR-POT - PLANT WAS BUSHY (MUCH GROWTH) BUT GREW TO A GOOD HEIGHT - COMPACT BUD FORMATION - WILL NEED TO DEFOLIATE ONCE IN VEG AND THEN IN FLOWER AT DAY 21. I tend to like the higher yielding type of plants, but if you are looking for a plant which will destroy you this would be an excellent choice much like the Amnesia from Soma seeds.
She grows quick, gets really big has excellent sized buds but are a little fluffy and I had no issues with mould whatsoever. Just a top smoking strain but not for cash croppers. I let them veg until about 3 feet tall and as soon as I go 12/12 I start supercropping and low stress traing to expose the long running colas to the light. Few leaves on this pheno so light penetration is easy as long as you train the colas. I usually harvest 4+ oz's cured.(Closet grow) Outdoors in a warm dry climate, I imagine that a kilo is not out of the question, as these can get huge. This is a strong sativa that will put lightweight tokers to sleep. Has a strong haze smell throughout growth and explodes into monster buds that need lots of support at about 8-9 weeks. I went 12 weeks because it didn«t look ripe, but 11 was probably enough. Unique hazey, sugary menthol, tobacco, eucalyptus funk. with a nice little OG face kick.Not the hardest hitter, but a nice long-lasting buzz. The yield, strength, shelf-life of these buds are impressive, to say the least. Upload your info about this strain here: Do you know something more about Rare Dankness' Ghost Train Haze #1? Please help to make this database better and upload/connect your information here! Upload your "Ghost Train Haze #1" Photos here and help other growers to get a better impression of this variety. You have grown Ghost Train Haze #1 together with another variety? Our strain reviews are multilingual, searchable and can be very detailed - including data about the grow, aroma, effects and taste! Please upload your Ghost Train Haze #1 Review here to help the other seedfinder users! You have experience with the medical qualities of Ghost Train Haze #1? Sharing your information here maybe can help other people! You've stumbled upon a Ghost Train Haze #1 related thread into a forum or growers community? Connect it here and enable othe users to find this information fast and easy! You found a related video with additional information or grow-infos about Ghost Train Haze #1 on YouTube? If you’re looking for a guide to help you grow your own Ghost Train Haze marijuana, you’ve come to the right place, my friend. The experts at Honest Marijuana have been producing the finest organic cannabis for years, and we know all the little tips and tricks. So grab your grow-gear and follow us as we reveal the best way to cultivate Ghost Train Haze marijuana so you can get the most yield out of those tiny seeds.
Ghost Train Haze was first produced by Colorado-based Rare Dankness™ in the early 2010s.
It quickly grew in popularity and won numerous awards thanks to its unique biology (which we’ll discuss below). To this day, Ghost Train Haze remains one of the most sought-after strains on the market. Yes, this section is about biology, but don’t let those traumatic flashbacks from high school make you skip this information altogether. We’ve kept it super simple, and a few of the facts are important for the latter stages of the grow process.