By Luke Sumpter

Haze Berry Automatic Grow Report

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Haze Berry Automatic ticks all of the boxes of a reliable strain. She’s stealthy, quick, and delivers a mouthwatering terpene profile. If you’re looking to grow this impressive variety, draw some inspiration from my week-by-week grow guide below to find out what I did to secure a rewarding harvest.


Haze Berry Automatic Grow Report: Equipment List

• Box: Secret Jardin DS120W 120 × 60 × 178
• Lights: MIGRO 200+
• Filter: Blauberg Turbo - E 100
• Fan: Oscillating Koala Fan
• Humidifier: Beurer LB 45

• Soil: BioBizz Light Mix
• Pot: 11l Air-Pot
• Seed: Royal Queen Seeds
• Nutrition: RQS Organic Nutrition & BioBizz

Haze Berry Automatic Grow Report: Seedling Stage (Week 1)

Week 1

Even the largest and most productive cannabis plants come from humble beginnings. To get things started, I needed to create conditions that would force my seed to emerge into a shoot.

  • Growing medium: I placed 10l of BioBizz Light Mix onto a plastic tarp and added 50g of Easy Boost Organic Nutrition, 5g of Easy Roots Mycorrhiza Mix, and mixed it all thoroughly before filling my Air-Pot. Then, I prepped 1.5l of water regulated to a pH of 6.0 before saturating the growing medium.
  • Germination: After I soaked the growing medium, I made a hole in the centre of the surface with a depth of around 1.5cm. I inserted my Haze Berry Automatic seed, lightly covered it with soil, and gave the area a light mist.
  • Lighting: Using the hanging wires, I suspended my light from the top of the grow box so it hung 35cm from the rim of my Air-Pot. I left it on for 24 hours each day as soon as the shoot started to emerge.
  • Environment: Over the first week, I recorded an average temperature of 26°C and a relative humidity of 58%. The humidity started to drop during the middle of the week, prompting me to lightly mist the top of the growing medium and switch on my humidifier in an attempt to bring levels back up to 60%. Once I achieved this, I turned off my device and things remained quite stable.
  • Plant status: By the end of the first week, my seedling seemed healthy and happy. The lighting position paid off; the stem seemed thick and strong with no signs of stretching. My seedling displayed its first set of true leaves and stood at around 5cm tall.

Haze Berry Automatic Grow Journal: Vegetative Stage (Weeks 2–4)

Week 2 marked the start of the vegetative stage. Throughout this phase, I administered a cocktail of organic nutrients to drive optimal growth and prevent deficiencies. My plant surged in height over the next few weeks. Find out what I did to keep her so healthy.

Week 2

Week 2

During the first week of veg, my plant grew to over twice her size and put out several new sets of luscious true leaves.

  • Lighting: I kept the light on for 24 hours each day to drive photosynthesis and avoid any legginess (etiolation) in the early stages.
  • Nutrients: I added the following nutrients into 1.5l of pH-regulated water and applied them on days 3 and 6 of the week:
    • 6ml humic acid and seaweed blend
    • 3ml aloe vera extract
    • 3ml amino acid formula
  • Environment: Temperature hovered around 25°C with relative humidity at around 48%.
  • Plant status: I took some photos of my plant at the end of the week to document the process. She still displayed no signs of etiolation, and had developed a robust and relatively thick stem. Two more sets of true leaves developed, and the plant had an overall healthy appearance.

Week 3

Week 3

Things continued to run smoothly throughout week 3. I decided to tweak the nutrients slightly to add more nitrogen to the growing medium.

  • Lighting: I kept the light running for 24 hours each day, and continued to maintain a distance of 35cm between the lamp and the top of my plant.
  • Nutrients: I changed the formula slightly toward a more nitrogen-heavy blend to continue to facilitate healthy vegetative growth. I added the following to pH-regulated water and applied it on days 2 and 6 of the week:
    • 3ml aloe vera extract
    • 3ml amino acid formula
    • 3ml liquid fish extract
  • Environment: I recorded an average temperature of 25°C with a slightly higher relative humidity of 50%.
  • Plant status: My plant continued to put out new fan leaves. My nutrition plan seemed to be working well, with no signs of deficiencies detected at this stage. The requirement for watering remained low due to her current size of 26cm and the water administered during feeding.

Week 4

Week 4

Week 4 marked the final week of the vegetative phase. My plant grew considerably during this time and started to develop preflowers—a sign that cannabinoid-rich buds weren’t far away!

  • Lighting: I kept my lamp on for 24 hours each day and, once again, repositioned it to maintain a 35cm distance from the top of my plant.
  • Nutrients: I administered a battery of nutrients to my plant during the final week of veg to promote as much canopy growth as possible before flowering commenced. I added the following formula into 1.5l of pH-regulated water and applied it on days 2 and 6 of the week:
    • 2.25ml CaMg+
    • 3ml aloe vera extract
    • 3ml amino acid formula
    • 3ml liquid fish extract
    • 1.5ml liquid seaweed extract
    • 1.5ml humic and fulvic acid
    • 1.5ml organic flowering fertiliser

I also administered an additional dose of 2.25ml of CaMg+ in 1.5l of water on day 4, as a preventative measure against deficiencies.

  • Environment: Temperature and humidity stayed steady at 25°C and 50%, respectively.
  • Plant status: My plant started to really display her sativa morphology by the end of the vegetative phase. She stood at 63cm tall and had developed plenty of thin-fingered fan leaves. She still showed no signs of deficiencies, and her pre-flowers seemed to be developing well.

Haze Berry Automatic Grow Guide: Flowering Stage (Weeks 5–11)

The flowering stage had arrived. During this time, I made an effort to reduce the humidity further by intermittently opening the grow box door. The flowering stage went swimmingly, despite a minor sign of fungal infection.

Weeks 5 & 6

Week 5

A slight smell of terpenes started to permeate the air during the first two weeks of flowering. I reduced the light cycle slightly and made an effort to bring the humidity down.

  • Lighting: I switched the light cycle to 20 hours on and 4 hours off. I continued to adjust the height of my lamp to 35cm above the top of my plant.
  • Nutrients: I added the following inputs into 1.5l of pH-regulated water and administered them on days 2 and 6 of weeks 5 and 6:
    • 2.25ml CaMg+
    • 3ml aloe vera extract
    • 3ml amino acid formula
    • 3ml liquid fish extract
    • 3ml liquid seaweed extract
    • 2ml humic and fulvic acid
    • 3ml organic flowering fertiliser
  • Environment: Temperature remained steady at 25°C. I managed to reduce humidity to an average of 43% to protect developing flowers from mould.
  • Plant status: At the end of week 6, my plant had reached a height of 93cm, with the flowers developing brilliant white pistils and visible trichomes.

Week 7

Week 7

The flowers were starting to pop at this point. The sweet smell of Haze Berry Auto’s terpene profile became stronger.

  • Lighting: I kept my lamp running for 20 hours each day and readjusted as necessary to maintain a distance of 35cm from the top of the plant.
  • Nutrients: My plant seemed happy and healthy, so I only fed her once this week to avoid the possibility of nutrient toxicity. I added the following to 1.5l of pH-regulated water and applied it on day 2 of the week:
    • 2.25ml CaMg+
    • 4.5ml aloe vera extract
    • 4.5ml amino acid formula
    • 3ml liquid seaweed extract
    • 1.5ml humic and fulvic acid
    • 3ml organic flowering fertiliser
    • 3ml flowering NPK and enzyme blend

I also applied 1.5l of pH-regulated water on day 6 of the week to keep my plant hydrated and turgid.

  • Environment: Temperature increased slightly to 26°C and humidity to 45%.
  • Plant status: My plant seemed vibrant, healthy, and strong. The flowers started to mature, with a thick layer of trichomes forming on each bud.

Week 8

Week 8

Week 8 marked the final week of feeding before flushing. I made sure to supply my plant with everything it needed to keep the buds healthy during this time.

  • Lighting: 20 hours each day, with a distance of 35cm between the lamp and canopy.
  • Nutrients: For the final feeds, I mixed the following into 1.5l of pH-regulated water and applied it on days 2 and 6 of the week:
    • 2.25ml CaMg+
    • 6.5ml aloe vera extract
    • 6.5ml amino acid formula
    • 4.5ml liquid seaweed extract
    • 1.5ml humic and fulvic acid
    • 4.5ml organic flowering fertiliser
    • 4.5ml flowering NPK and enzyme blend
  • Environment: I recorded an average temperature of 25°C and a relative humidity of 45%.
  • Plant status: My plant seemed healthy overall. However, I did notice some discolouration in several leaves that looked like a case of yellow leaf spot. This didn’t cause much concern considering the plant had reached the final stages of growth, and this pathogen rarely spreads to the flowers.

Weeks 9, 10 & 11

Week 9

Week 9 marked the start of the flushing phase. For the next 3 weeks, I restricted all nutrients and administered only pH-regulated water.

  • Lighting: 20 hours each day, with a distance of 35cm between the lamp and canopy.
  • Watering: I applied 1.5l of pH-regulated water on days 2 and 6 of the remaining weeks.
  • Environment: Temperature stayed at around 25°C with relative humidity at around 47%.
  • Plant status: The aroma emanating from the buds became extremely strong during the last few weeks. As the flush forced my plant to use up its nutrient reserves, the majority of fan leaves became yellow and slightly shrivelled.

Haze Berry Automatic Grow Report: Harvest (Week 12)

Week 12

I cut my plant at the base and hung it inside the grow tent with the fan running. Once dry, I trimmed off the sugar leaves and weighed my harvest, which clocked in at 92.5g. I then transferred my buds into Weed Jars to cure for 6 weeks.

Haze Berry Automatic Characteristics

🧬 Genetic Attributes of Haze Berry Automatic
Fast to grow. Lightly stimulating. Small and compact. Haze Berry Automatic provides the perfect option for cannabis growers looking for something speedy, reliable, and stealthy. But where did this cultivar get all of these desirable traits from? Our expert breeders started with the legendary Haze Berry—a cross between DJ Short’s world-famous Blueberry and Super Silver Haze. Building off this genetic foundation, they threw Blueberry Auto into the mix to provide autoflowering genetics and another helping of sweet and fruity terps.
🌱 Growing Characteristics of Haze Berry Automatic
Thanks to her compact stature, Haze Berry Automatic makes the perfect option for both indoor and outdoor growers who lack space or require discretion. Indoors, this strain grows to a peak height of 130cm. However, apply some low-stress training and you can keep her at the easily manageable size of 90cm. Sow these seeds in your grow tent and you can expect a harvest of up to 400g/m² after a growing cycle lasting as little as 10 weeks. Outdoor plants maintain a similar height and provide 100–150g/plant when raised in a sunny spot in soil enriched with plenty of organic matter.
🌈 Effects and Flavours of Haze Berry Automatic
Haze Berry Automatic serves as a sensible daytime strain when you’re looking for a little pick-me-up. Instead of blasting your cranium into the upper atmosphere, this variety offers subtle stimulating sensations while keeping you rooted to the ground. A THC content of 13% allows you to stay focused and motivated during work and recreational activities; you’ll perform at your best while feeling your best! As a massive bonus, every hit will bring your taste buds to life with flavours of sweetness, fruits, and blueberry.


Haze Berry Automatic
Haze Berry x Blueberry Auto
350 - 400 gr/m2
90 - 130 cm
8 - 9 weeks
THC: 13%
Sativa 65% Indica 30% Ruderalis 5%
100 - 150 gr/plant
80 - 130 cm
10 – 11 weeks after sprouting
Long Lasting , Physically Relaxing, Powerful

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