New England Hazy Kush


SKU: PB-5 Category:


New England Hazy Kush – (New England Rock Candy x Hazy Kush)

Where do I even start with this cross! I took my most powerful and strongest variety i have in my arsenal (New England Rock Candy). New England Rock Candy surpasses most varieties floating around the industry in many ways including yield, potency, and terpenes. The true mother plant tests of 30% Cannabinoids and will destruct even the heaviest smokers.

We decided to take this beast of plant and cross her into another pristine competitor! The one and only Hazy Kush from Green Bodhi / Green Bodhi Genetics! John from Green Bodhi was nice enough to do a collaboration with our team and send us his true breeders cut of Hazy Kush feminized pollen  to create these master pieces. Hazy Kush is a fan favorite, with trichomes thickly covering her beautiful flowers. The terpene profile is comprised of haze, pineapple, and notes of floral on her dense colas.

If your a genetic collector, a home grower, or a commercial facility, I highly suggest to grab these rare gems. This cross is highly worth it and will never be re-created again!


Additional information

Number of Seeds in a Pack

3 Pack of Seeds, 5 Pack of Seeds


All seeds are legally considered HEMP seeds by law. All seeds sold are strictly considered for NOVELTY, SOUVENIR and/or PRESERVATION PURPOSES ONLY! Pure Breeding encourages all customers to follow the laws set forth by their Country, State / Province, and local municipalities. Pure Breeding is unable to answer any legal questions and/or make any legal determinations. Pure Breeding takes no responsibility for any items that are used in an illicit or illegal fashion. Pure Breeding reserves the right to terminate any purchase(s) made with the intentions to be used in an illicit or illegal fashion and/or any other purpose other than those previously stated. Pure Breeding reserves the right to permanently ban anyone from using the site, for any reason, at any time.

Section 297A of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, Subtitle G, clearly states that “the term ‘hemp’ means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.”