90s Haze

High 95, 2022

Green House

About the entry

I think what makes our flower come out really nice is that we don't do much. We make sure the soils health is provided for and try to get the plant the best conditions possible for success, then we just let the plant do its thing. We try to avoid IPM sprays, if possible, and lean towards encouraging beneficial insects and bacterias through the soil zone. I find the less I can spray, the better the quality seems to be. This was an exceptional growing season for minimal inputs.

About the grower

Ive been involved in cannabis cultivation as well as traditional agriculture and horticulture for two decades. My wife and I have participated in the medical program in Maine for a decade and have spent much of that time advocating for patient rights and reasonable regulations for small businesses in the industry. In addition to our cannabis business we have a cut flower farm that works seasonally with florists and floral designers throughout the state. We also grow vegetables and fruit and serve one local farmers market weekly. We have approval and are beginning the process of opening a farm stand that will carry seasonal flowers, fruit, veggies and medical cannabis.


90s Haze


? love to know


Was told this was a super silver haze seedling, popped by Chem crew in the 90s. Would love to confirm, maybe Greg can weigh in...? Since we started releasing some flower there's been other opinions as to what haze this may be. Its definitely different than other super silver hazes that I've had experience with.




Various beneficial bacillus, sprayed field twice during bud set. Occasional spot spray with zerotol. We had very little mold and mildew this year due to amazing weather. One trifecta spray in early flower.


Soil balanced with organic ingredients based on saturated paste test. Mixed with a finished organic compost we added. Gypsum for Ca and S, Potassium sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Pioneer Valley rock dust, Boron, vermicompost, greensand, florida rock ph.


Grown directly in the ground, top dressed with a organic finished compost


beneficial insects released twice through flower; cucumeris, aphidius wasps. One trifecta spray in early flower.

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