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Strain overview: By crossing parent strains Hindu Kush and Mango, the tasty and potent strain known as Mango Kush was created. Its euphoric and relaxed high is similar to that of Hindu Kush, but its flavor is distinctively fruitier.
Grow techniques: Like Hindu Kush, this plant stays dense and bushy, resulting in increased yields in small spaces – especially when methods like SOG (sea of green) are used. Prune and trellis diligently to help keep the plants happy and healthy. You can easily fill a greenhouse or indoor space with clones and expect a heavy yield.
Flowering time: 9 weeks
Grow difficulty: Moderate
Climate: Mango Kush plants handle colder nighttime temperatures well but do poorly with heavy rains while flowering. It’s best to keep Mango Kush between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Indoor/outdoor: Performs well indoors or out, as long as humidity is kept at bay.
Feeding: Heavy feeding with CalMag will help keep this plant growing strong.