Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Users might need to take a few extra hits than they normally would, to achieve the same effect, but this strain should do the job just fine. It has a relatively brief effect, but will provide moderate to well above average cerebral and body effects.
KNH is an unknown strain, in terms of its exact genetics, but it's definitely on the sativa side of the spectrum. The buds are elongated, relatively dense and have short, rust-orange pistils and aromas of citrus and earth. Flavors include citrus and pepper, with a piney aftertaste that can linger for a few minutes. As far as we know, Killer New Haven is only available as a clone, as there is no breeder from which seeds may be distributed.
These ladies can and usually will triple in height, by the end of flowering. With that in mind, growers should be prepared to limit the time in vegetation to no longer than two weeks, whenever growing indoors with a limited about of height. When these ladies are cultivated outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere, they should be done maturing by the second week of October, providing an above average yield of average quality bud.