Bangi, as you may be well aware, is a type of Cannabis preparation that traces its origins to India. It is still unclear whether the naming of the strain has any links to this ancient origin, but what remains factual is that this is a sativa-dominant strain with various distinct traits. As a result, it is only natural that the resulting plants share striking similarities with the C. sativa plant. The parent plants of the Bangi haze are the Congo crossed with the Nepalese strain- an African touch with the edginess of the East. The Nepalese is an indica strain while he Congo IBL is a sativa strain, and the result of this cross is a sativa dominant strain that is very stable.
The crossing not only produced a stable strain, it also bore resemblance with the famous Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey. Some of the most endearing flavors constitute of fresh strawberries, liquor and the all time favorite sweetener, honey. The effects of taking this strain are evident quite quickly, almost always beginning with a cerebral buzz before proceeding to a fairly balanced body buzz that makes it ideal for any time. The high lasts for about an hour or so, and this is in spite of the fact that the full effects kick in almost half an hour after consumption. The cerebral high as well as the calming body stone is something that many users look forward to. Suffice to say, this is an excellent strain that should not be overlooked whenever it is accessed.
It is interesting to note that in spite of its sativa dominance, the Bangi Haze cannabis strain grows quite like the indica plant. This is seen in its average height as well as remarkable bushy stature. The strain does well in both a greenhouse setup, indoors and outdoors gardens, but it is important to say that it is an ideal candidate for the screen of green medium (also shortened as SCROG). When the latter is used in an indoor garden, you should expect nothing but the best of this strain. The flowering period for this strain is pegged at between 9 and 10 weeks in an indoor setup. This is understandably different in an outdoor setup with the plants ready towards the end of September and all through to mid-October.
Of importance is the use of hydroponics growth medium in which the Bangi Haze strain has been reported to do very well. Proper background research also indicates that various soils may be used for this strain. In the outdoors, the plants will usually have a lively collection of different colors which manifest as the flowering phase draws to an end. Additionally, harvesting is made simple by the presence of many calyxes in comparison to the leaves, what is referred to as a high calyx:leaf ratio. Look out for the ACE seeds company which is the breeder of this outstanding strain, not forgetting the numerous medical benefits that the plants provide.