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Killer A5 Haze

BurntBacon

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Ok, thank you, it's nice
But I would like to hear it from someone who has experience with this plant

But I will go down from 12/12 to 11/13
You’ll have a good problem . Balanced A5/haze?…every one of mine has been way on the haze side through flower, but looked almost identical to yours in veg. Yours looks like it’s getting Hazey. Vigorous as all, expect 4-5 week stretch, plus the stacked flowers. Last one I grew had 35 day stretch. Train her hard, even a little topping will not slow her down, promise.
 

Cheech87

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You’ll have a good problem . Balanced A5/haze?…every one of mine has been way on the haze side through flower, but looked almost identical to yours in veg. Yours looks like it’s getting Hazey. Vigorous as all, expect 4-5 week stretch, plus the stacked flowers. Last one I grew had 35 day stretch. Train her hard, even a little topping will not slow her down, promise.
yes, that sounds excellent in terms of the pheno I'm going to buy something to tie down today 😅 and if that's not good enough then I do super cropping will never give up on her.
Thanks for your answer
 

blondie

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I just chopped my thin pheno that I don’t think is haze leaning. I let it go 14 1/2 weeks... maybe more killer Malawi? Dunno. A few shots in good light.
 

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dubi

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Thanks for your choosing a Killer A5 Haze seed for your current grow @Cheech87 and sharing your progress with us :) She is growing really vigorously and healthy :yes: she should start to flower now flowerign stretching is finishing.
 

dubi

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Hi ICMAG community, news on my Killer A5 haze, repotting looks good, let's check it out View attachment 18953430 View attachment 18953431 View attachment 18953432 View attachment 18953433 View attachment 18953434 View attachment 18953436 View attachment 18953437 I hope he gets over this burn 🤞

Hi @badass-eu she sure will be happier in the new bigger pot. Previously, i think the plant was showing some overfeeding/ph imbalance. If you transplanted her to same soil, then don't feed first, check ph and let's she how she responds.
 

dubi

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Nope

In fact, I decided to pop new seeds and grow them with an organic mix with less nitrogen. My plants had slight N toxicity (dark leaves, burn leaf tips), what can result in airy buds in flowering.

I'm still growing the same strains (Panama, Malawi, KA5H)

Hi @FeelHaze then don't add N through liquid fertilizers, let the plant grow bigger and she will take the nutrients in the soil without problems, Killer A5 Haze is a very hungry strain by flowering. If your indoor space is limited then swith to flower sooner than later.
 

dubi

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I just chopped my thin pheno that I don’t think is haze leaning. I let it go 14 1/2 weeks... maybe more killer Malawi? Dunno. A few shots in good light.

Hi @blondie This one appeared more like NL/Haze to me. How are the terps in late flowering on both?

Such a difference in ripening between upper parts and lower parts is typical of sativas, but such an accentuated difference is usually due to higher temperatures, perhaps combined with excess light intensity on the tops compared to colder temperatures and less light on the lower buds.

I don't think any of your Killer A5 Haze plants are ready for harvest.
 

Cheech87

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Thanks for your choosing a Killer A5 Haze seed for your current grow @Cheech87 and sharing your progress with us :) She is growing really vigorously and healthy :yes: she should start to flower now flowerign stretching is finishing.
Thank you, your opinion means a lot to me 🤗 I feel honored 😅 I now got super panama haze and panama a5, super malawi haze was also included for free but first I have to finish this grow but I'm also very excited about the panama a5 but back to the topic what do you think which pheno it is 🤗
 

dubi

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Organically masterfully grown herbs @Birmaan :tiphat: Love the way you finished them! #1 is the haziest among the ones you have pictured, with Malawi New Killer phantom resins. #4 strikes a good balance between three parent plants with New Killer phantom resins, and #2 has the most NL/Haze look. Please keep us updated on how you feel about your flowers after curing. Enjoy!
 

dubi

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My Killer a5 Haze seeds arrived and all the equipment infact I even got a bonus carbon filter! (I already sent the picture but on other threads). Since I'm apparently annoying several people on this thread I'll try my best to stop writing on here for some time! Thanks again everyone and you Dr. Puff for your support! View attachment 18953245

Thanks a lot for your support @Nextgeneration73 🙌 Feel free to pm me if you have any doubt about basic cultivation or about cultivation of this strain.
 

blondie

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Well.. my thin pheno is now drying and ready for cobbing today. Chopped at day 101 of flower. I thought it was done. I guess we shall see. The lower buds and upper cola were about the same ripeness.

Fat pheno is still putting on girth, especially upper cola. Day 103 of flower now.

Drying thin pheno and still going fat pheno.
 

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