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BC Mango, a strain made for those loving big harvests, tall beautiful plants, strong effects and delicious fruity flavours, that is to say for everyone! This KC Mango X BC Mango crossing, High Times Magazine Strain of the Year in 2009, will satisfy each and one of your desires as a grower and cannabis user.

The plant, with 80% indica genes, grows in to a medium/tall size (Ii can reach up to 180 cm, but it is not the most common situation) with a strong structure forming tremendous central colas and not many branches. It is a very easy-to-grow plant with an extra short flowering of only 7-8 weeks. You can grow it indoors or outdoors with equally nice results. You will enjoy every step of her cycle, from germination to the moment when the leafs around the main cola start to show exotic colouring.

During the grow, it is not too smelly, so it is a very good strain for stealth grows. After curing her extremely frosty buds, her true fruity and sweet mango aroma is at last revealed. This lady has a 20% THC in her flowers that will make you feel extremely relaxed and happy – and also quite hungry and comfy in your sofa at some point. A very nice strain for those seeking fruity delicious candy flavoured strains to soothe their pain and insomnia, for stress relief, or to stimulate their appetite.

Properties

Regular Regular Regular
Type Photoperiod
Gentype Genotype 80% Indica / 20% Sativa
Genetics Genetics BC Mango x KC Mango
Flowering Flowering 7 - 9 weeks
Harvest Harvest high
Height Height medium
THC Thc Very High
CBD Cbd High
outdoor Method Outdoor
indoor Method Indoor
greenhouse Method Greenhouse

Taste

Fruity
Sweet
Tropical

Effects

Happy
Relaxed
Hungry

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High Times Top 10 Strains of the Year 2009

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