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Sugar Mango Ryder is a very capable autoflowering plant from the World of Seeds. Similar to other strains from this seed bank, Sugar Mango Ryder was bred using the landrace strains. This time it was Brazilian Sativa named Santa Maria. It was subjected to hybridization with the selected Ruderalis variety for the sake of its autoflowering traits.
The experiment ended successfully, and Sugar Mango Ryder rapidly became popular amongst growers. It can be even used as a commercial variety, that’s how good it performs. Indoor yield comes close to 350-450 grams per square meter (use hydroponics to achieve these numbers); while outdoors plants are capable of yielding up to 150 grams of high-quality bud, provided that plants had enough nutes and sunlight.
Sugar Mango Ryder is what all newbies should be getting their hands on. It can grow literally everywhere, you may as well just plant it in your backyard and wait till the harvest day. Plants are really small, which is perfect for guerilla grow or a micro indoor grow. Do you live somewhere where there is a lot of sun? In this case you can just put the plants on the window sill, that’s actually a viable option. You can get up to 30 grams of bud that way, and you won’t spend a single penny on the electricity bills!

Properties

Feminized Feminized Feminized
Autoflowering Type Autoflowering
Gentype Genotype mostly Indica
Genetics Genetics low rudelaris x brazil (santa maria from brazil)
Flowering Flowering 45-55 days
Harvest Harvest 350-450 gr
THC Thc 18.0%
CBD Cbd Medium
outdoor Method Outdoor
indoor Method Indoor
greenhouse Method Greenhouse

Taste

Citrus
Earthy
Fruity
Sweet
Tropical

Effects

Relaxed
Uplifted
Sleepy
Hungry
Dry Eyes

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