Somango Seeds – Feminized

Somango Seeds – Feminized

  • THC 16% - 21%
  • CBD 0.8%

Somango seeds are cross between Super Skunk and Jack Herer. It is a very potent strain and good for beginners and experienced growers. The effects are strong and intense, so you will want to be careful not to overdo it. The smell and taste are similar to citrus fruits, and the high is euphoric and happy.

seeds yield

YIELD

Indoor 1.1 – 1.5 oz/ft2 (350 – 450 g/m2)

Outdoor 14 - 16 oz (400 - 450 gr) per plant

seeds flowering time

FLOWERING TIME

Indoor 60 - 65 days

Outdoor October

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TYPE seeds type INDICA HYBRID Indica (75%)
Sativa (25%)
THC LEVEL 16% - 21%
CBD LEVEL 0.8%
Height seeds height High
Climate seeds climate Mild
FLAVORS FRUITY mango Incense SWEET
EFFECT Relaxed Happy Sleepy CREATIVE
Yield
Indoor 1.1 – 1.5 oz/ft2 (350 – 450 g/m2)
Outdoor 14 - 16 oz (400 - 450 gr) per plant
FLOWERING TIME
flowering time of seeds 60 - 65 days
GROW DIFFICULTY
Easy
Parents
Super Skunk
Jack Herer
Cultivate cultivate seeds Indoor / Outdoor

Growing Somango Strain Seeds

As you can guess by its name, Somango seeds are strain that’s perfect for relaxation with a mild psychoactive effect. It’s a hybrid created from the crossing of Super Skunk and Jack Herer and is one of the best strains for relaxation.

This marijuana seeds was created by mixing two of the most potent cannabis strains currently available on the market today.

  • Jack Herer is a popular marijuana strain that’s been around since the 1980s, making it one of the most tested strains in the world.
  • Super Skunk is a pure hybrid strain crossed with Skunk #1 and Afghani.

It’s the combination of these two potent strains that brings out the best of both worlds – relaxation and a mild psychoactive effect.

This marijuana strain has a sweet, pungent aroma with a hint of incense undertones. Its THC levels peak at 16-21% on average. Its flowering time is between 60 and 65 days, making it a moderate-maturing marijuana strain.

If you’re looking for a marijuana seeds that’s perfect for relaxation, Somango seed is just the thing for you!

Somango Seeds Preferred Climate and Conditions

Somango cannabis seeds are an Indica-dominant strain that combines the best features of Super Skunk and Jack Herer.

This marijuana plant puts on a vigorous growth spurt during the vegetative stage that produces an extensive root system, which yields a large harvest of high-quality bud.

Indoor

For indoor growers, it’s important to remember that you have to give your plants enough space (to grow) since these marijuana seeds produce large plants.

You should give your Somango seeds a lot of light (at least 18 hours) during the vegetative stage of their lives, which means you’ll need powerful grow lights. You can also use natural sunlight during the summer months, but make sure you give your plants enough space to grow, so they don’t “stretch” too much.

Maintain your Somango marijuana plants’ hydration levels by watering the roots regularly. It’s also recommended that you provide your plants with nutrients. Avoid pruning when the flowering stage starts since buds start forming.

Outdoor

During the summer months, it’s a great idea to grow this weed outdoors because it can produce big colas with a high THC content that can be harvested during the first autumn months. Growers should also fertilize plants regularly when Somango seeds are cultivated outdoors.

To grow your Somango seeds outdoors, make sure to give them enough space to grow (at least one square foot per plant) and avoid placing the plants in direct sunlight if possible since it could cause the leaves to burn.

You should also avoid planting this weed in areas with dense vegetation since the plants tend to grow big.

Somango Seeds Yield

Somango Seeds Yield

Somango seeds give unique strain that has been gaining popularity in recent years. Super Skunk and Jack Herer are famous for producing large yields.

When you grow Somango seeds indoors, you can produce up to 1.5 ounces per square foot, or about 450 grams per square meter of growing space using a 12-12 lighting schedule.

If you grow this seeds outdoors, you can expect a harvest of 14 to 16 ounces per plant in a mild Mediterranean climate that harvests in October.

Flowering Time

The Somango seeds flowering time is 60 to 65 days on average. These plants grow between 40 and 50 inches tall indoors, and Somango strain can also grow wide – not necessarily tall!

Most Somango plants grow between 6.5 to 8 feet while cultivated outdoors, but it’s essential to watch your plants during vegetative growth anyway!

You’ll likely have a hard time keeping your indoor Somango strain from growing taller than four feet, as these plants have 25% Sativa genetics, which tends to grow a little taller than Indica hybrids.

It’s expected that some lower branches or buds don’t receive enough light early on, so you may decide to trim some lower branches or nodes.

Like most seeds, the first two weeks are crucial since it takes time for roots to establish themselves; this ensures the plant’s water and mineral uptake, which allows them to thrive!

Keep an eye on all of your plants throughout their cycles because they may begin showing signs of nutrient deficiencies starting at week three. Luckily you caught it so quickly – good job!

Feed your cannabis with extra nutrients if you notice early nutrient deficiencies; this should help balance out their differences in uptake throughout all stages of growth.

Effects

Somango seeds are perfect choice for those who like to enjoy their marijuana with a fruity twist. This strain offers the well-known physical effects of Super Skunk and Jack Herer, but it also gives you a taste of mango that will leave your mouth watering.

The high is relaxed and happy, making this an ideal strain for social occasions or just chilling at home after work.

Remember that Somango has 16% to 21% THC levels, so be sure not to get carried away! It can take up to two hours before you feel its full effect on your body and mind. In the meantime, you may experience some slight dizziness or dry mouth as side effects from the Somango cannabis seeds’s strong potency.

Somango Feminized Seeds

Somango Feminized Seeds

Somango seeds has inherited the best genetic potential of its parents, which makes it suitable for beginners or experienced growers who want to grow a cannabis seeds with maximum yield. In addition, consumption of this marijuana induces an instant relaxing sensation and improved mood.

Somango produces long, dense colas covered with sticky glandular trichomes. Its THC production has been measured at over 21%.

This marijuana seeds tends to produce heavier yields than would be expected from its Indica/Sativa ratio — after all, it’s the “Skunk” in this variety that packs on the weight.

The aroma and taste are similar to citrus fruits, creating a clear-headed cerebral effect.

Somango Appearance

Cannabis seed Somango displays a typical Indica appearance. Its buds are covered in resinous trichomes, giving it a translucent amber tint.

It mostly has dark green leaves and is described as tall, with compact buds, thick-stemmed and stocky.

The exterior of its calyxes is primarily dark green with hints of brown or purple pistils, while the interior of its calyxes is bright orange with lighter orange pistils.

The coloring is even more intense when it features purple tips on the forest green and light green leaves. The striking contrast between the bud and calyx gives the marijuana plant a unique appearance.

Somango Aroma

If you’re into sweet citrus fragrances, then this cannabis strain is for you. It is a very aromatic strain with a powerful smell that stays with you long after the last puff.

Within seconds of lighting up, you’ll notice the sweet, herbal aroma of this marijuana. Underneath that fruity smell is hints of mango and incense fragrances.

After each hit, you will notice a variation in the scent as different hints become more prominent on your palate.

However, what’s more impressive about Somango is its taste. While it may not have the most potent taste among all cannabis strains out there, it still tastes fruity and sweet with an ever-so-subtle hint of minty freshness to add contrast to its overall taste profile.

Somango Fragrance

An authentic Somango aroma is notorious for its pungent skunk and herbal notes tempered by sweet and fruity scents.

When you grind up this bud, or even when it is completely dried and cured, you’ll notice an aroma that is sharp in its scent and slightly reminiscent of a citrusy incense.

An authentic Somango fragrance will fill up the air with tangy, fruity scents that are quite pleasant. Your bud will have undertones of pine combined with spicy herbs. The smell is more potent than your traditional marijuana smell, but the scent is utterly fantastic.

Somango Flavors

Somango marijuana seeds will give buds a complex flavor that’s sweet and fruity, with a distinct and lovely citrus undertone. It’s easy to see why so many people prefer the Somango cannabis strain – it has such a unique, delicious aroma and uniquely sweet flavor.

You can pick out the individual flavors of its cross-bred components, but they all work together in harmony. The sweetness is almost like candy when vaping Somango weed seeds’ buds, practically similar to mangos.

These are all-natural flavors, not too artificially fruity-smelling or tasting at all in any way, shape, or form – just lovely and smooth hits that are pretty clear-headed yet relaxing at the same time.

Somango Terpenes

The terpene profile of Somango contains pinene, myrcene, limonene. Myrcene is one of the most commonly found terpenes in nature. It has a musky, earthy aroma like cloves. Mcycloprene is what gives plants like mango their unique aroma and flavor.

  1. Pinene has an uplifting aroma that smells like pine needles and herbs like basil. This terpene can be found in the woody tree resins of cedars and pine trees, herbs like basil, parsley, and rosemary, citrus peels (orange), dill weed, hops (a bitter spice contributing to the flavor of beer).
  2. Myrcene is a commonly found terpene in nature that gives off earthy notes to its aroma and flavor similar to clove oil or bay leaves.
  3. Limonene is a terpene found in citrus fruits and gives off a strong citrus aroma and flavor.

Somango Seeds Genetics

Somango Seeds Genetics

  • Somango feminized seeds are a blend of Super Skunk and Jack Herer seeds.
  • The genetic composition of these seeds is 75% Indica and 25% Sativa.
  • The taste is sweet with undertones of mango, incense, and berries with a pleasant fragrance of citrus.
  • Extremely potent, given its THC level of up to 21%, Somango offers relaxing and happy effects.
  • It also has CBD levels ranging from 0.6% to 0.8%.
  • Somango seeds produces buds that are dense, sticky, and highly resinous.
  • Its flowering period lasts between 60 to 65 days indoors, while in warm climates, it will be ready for harvesting during the last week of September or the first week of October.
  • Its flavor is complex, with notes of fruitiness accompanied by an undertone of earthy incense.

Hidden Treasures of Somango Seeds Island

If the world has become a little too much for you, then now is the high time to go on a long tropical journey.

Pack your backpack, grab your mosquito net and let’s go discover the hidden treasures of cannabis!

To get there, get ready to walk through various zones where you will encounter different challenges along the way: crossing mountains and rivers, walking through rough jungle paths… Even Tarzan had it easier than this!

And once you’ve reached that idyllic island full of spliff-smoking monkeys and hippie fairies with dreadlocks, don’t expect an easy trip – it’s an island paradise with stunning beaches and magnificent cannabis plants!

But don’t think that this is going to be a piece of cake – no way!

The weed here will make even hardened stoners freak out over her nectarous buds that are felled with THC and CBD crystals.

So pack sunglasses, bathing suits, and sunscreen into your backpack; because you’re going camping on Somango Seeds Island!

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