Mr. Nice Shop
(National Health Service)
Since Neville brought the NL5, Haze and Skunk into being as stable hybrids in the late 80s and offered them as seed, these strains all became well known and loved by their growers in all parts of the globe. Most all strains that are offered in various other seed companies use these 3 strains to make up their own named strains and understandably so! As this hybrid only contains 25% Haze, it will be a practical Haze plant to grow in all types of grows. Its pedigree is made up of only winners and can be traced back to the beginning of the Cannabis revolution in breeding. Expect it to go for between 56-70 days in an indoor grow setup. In the northern hemisphere it would be expected to finish in October. In the southern hemisphere it would be expected to be finished late March. One of the all time classic hybrids that expect to yield at least 500 grams per square meter and possibly more depending upon you style of growing. Giving it the name NHS-national health service implies it is able to treat the sick to a healthy state of mind and body. If you never tried it give it a go, you will understand my words better once it is in your possession!
|NL5/Haze x Skunk
|Exclusive Limited Editions - New Blends of Old School Genetics
|25% Northern Lights, 25% Haze, 50% Skunk
|Nevil and Shantibaba
|Bio and Hydro, Outdoors/Greenhouse
|One of the all-time classic hybrids that is expected to yield at least 500 grams per square meter and possibly a lot more depending upon your technique of growing.
|Since this hybrid only contains 25% Haze, it will be a practical Haze plant to grow in all types of setups. Expect it to go for between 56-70 days in an indoor grow setup. In the Northern Hemisphere, it would be expected to finish in October. In the Southern Hemisphere, it would be expected to be finished late March.
|Not much to say when recommending a plant that made a historical impact on the Cannabis world since the 80s thanks to Neville. It has graced the grow rooms of two generations of growers and is expected to last for generations to come.
|The best way to select a keeper, since most will be in that category, is to keep the best three plants from a packet of seeds that offer the flavors and effects you desire. Make sure you flower the selected three more than once, as it can be that the one you thought was third initially will be the best on the second flowering.