Tangie

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

Inspired by the popular ’90s strain Tangerine Dream, Tangie is a distinctly aromatic bud with strong, unmistakable notes of citrus and tangerine. Bred by Amsterdam’s DNA Genetics and available in both regular and feminized seeds, Tangie crosses a select cut of Crockett’s Farm Tangerine Dream with DNA Genetics’ select male Skunk to create a citrusy plant with high yields of resinous flowers. The original Tangerine Dream was a cross between Skunk #1 and California Orange (also known as Cali-O). Tangie inspired the creation of several citrusy hybrids, including Sour Tangie (East Coast Sour Diesel crossed with Tangie,) Tangie OG (Tangie and OG Kush) and Agent Tangie (Agent Orange plus Tangie). Tangie’s flowering time ranges from 63 and 70 days, producing heavy yields of dense, sticky flowers with vivid green leaves and prominent orange stigma hairs. It thrives best outdoors -- grows tall until roughly the fifth week of flowering. The growing period is late September and early October in the Northern Hemisphere, and March and early April in the Southern Hemisphere. Popular for its strong, sweet-and-sour citrus flavor and pungent aroma, Tangie captured awards in 10 different strain contests its first year on the market.

Inspired by the popular ’90s strain Tangerine Dream, Tangie is a distinctly aromatic bud with strong, unmistakable notes of citrus and tangerine. Bred by Amsterdam’s DNA Genetics and available in both regular and feminized seeds, Tangie crosses a select cut of Crockett’s Farm Tangerine Dream with DNA Genetics’ select male Skunk to create a citrusy plant with high yields of resinous flowers. The original Tangerine Dream was a cross between Skunk #1 and California Orange (also known as Cali-O). Tangie inspired the creation of several citrusy hybrids, including Sour Tangie (East Coast Sour Diesel crossed with Tangie,) Tangie OG (Tangie and OG Kush) and Agent Tangie (Agent Orange plus Tangie). Tangie’s flowering time ranges from 63 and 70 days, producing heavy yields of dense, sticky flowers with vivid green leaves and prominent orange stigma hairs. It thrives best outdoors -- grows tall until roughly the fifth week of flowering. The growing period is late September and early October in the Northern Hemisphere, and March and early April in the Southern Hemisphere. Popular for its strong, sweet-and-sour citrus flavor and pungent aroma, Tangie captured awards in 10 different strain contests its first year on the market.

References

DNA Genetics

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