The Mango cannabis strain has been around since the early 1960s. In 1991, it was crossed with KC 33 to give us the current Mango strain. Its buds have been known to grow very large, about the size of a softball, and can be up to a foot and a half in length. The foliage turns to a deep red/purple color with a smell and taste of sweet mango. Mango takes 9 to 11 weeks to flower and has a THC content of 15-20%.
“Right off the bat, the name caught my attention. So I got a clone and tried it out. This became one of my favorite plants to grow. For starters, it only had 1 to 3 leaves on each branch as opposed to the typical 5 or 7. It started growing the normal ones closer towards the end. After much research, I was happy to find out that this would have no ill effect. The buds were really thick and dense. I was under th...”