TANGIE strain review
The Tangie strain is Sativa-dominant-Sativa 70% and Indica 30%. This strain pays homage to the famous strain of the Tangerine Dream in the day (1995). This is a cross of California Orange and a type of Skunk. THC is between 19 and 22% and CBD is between 0,09%.
Tangie’s effect on the brains immediately has euphoric results that slowly leave smokers satisfied, uplifted, and excited about the burden.
For a name such as Tangie, the characteristic short, lemon, tangerine scent of this strain is no surprise. The flavors of Tangie are equally tropically spicy, citrus and lime, rendering the strain one of the finest delicacies.
Tangie is a relatively large plant with thin compact green sprouts when completely grown. A plant in Tangie produces a generous amount of trichomes that develop prominent around the leaves with dark orange pistils.
Tangie is probably more effective than any other strains to cope with elevated temperatures and humidity. In the warm dry environment, a tangie plant is thriving, with an optimum temperature range of 68-85 ° F.
The Green Screens process (SCROG) for extracting the maximum return from your Tangie plant is the maximum cultivation system. The SCROG method is not a single top bud but rather an effective way to grow multiple colas. By using the SCROG method, you are endeavoring to maximize the amount of light exposure to the entire plant.
Everyone who cultivates their Tangie indoor crop should anticipate production of 14 to 18 ounces per square meter. Outdoors farmers should anticipate 18 ounces or more with a higher yield per m2. The flora of Tangie is 9-10 weeks and the perfect harvest period is towards the end of September or the beginning of October.
Tangie is one of the most prominent weed varieties in the world. Many who doubt the consistency of this specific strain will look just at the number of prizes they won at the popular Cannabis Cups. Tangie consumption has a wonderful sultry feeling due to its good results along with its sweet citrus orange taste and fragrance.