A reported cross between the classic sativa-leaning Sour Diesel and Mango Haze, which was bred by Mr. Nice Seeds, the original breeders of the seemingly rare Sour Mango strain remains a mystery. But as its name indicates, this well-balanced hybrid strain boasts a tropical aroma of rotten mangoes and diesel fuel. Information on this strain is limited, but a select few growers have written about cultivating Sour Mango using the auto-flowering method. During the vegetative stage, the plant is said to grow rapidly, followed by a 65-to-67-day flowering cycle. The sativa-heavy lineage of Sour Mango causes the plant to grow taller than 6 feet, or nearly 2 meters, under certain conditions and produce high yields of airy, skyscraper-like colas. Once cured, growers are left with bright-green buds that have rust-colored hairs, translating to a sweet and sour tropical medley upon consumption. Seeds or clones of the Sour Mango strain are hard to come by and don’t appear to be readily available online.