- Classification: Indica (100%)
- Parents: Afghanistan IBL
- Growing Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
- Garden Skills: Beginner
- Flowering Time: 8 – 9 weeks
- Height: Short
- Medical Uses: Chronic pain, insomnia, anorexia, cancer
- Breeder: Herbaria
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Inexperienced smokers beware. Afghan Mango is a serious cough-inducer that leaves users rendered completely stoned, with a powerful body high. Sleep is often unavoidable with with indica.
An Afghanistan IBL strain, this bud has nugs that are chock-full of potent trichomes, have dark-orange pistils and a dense structure that gives off a pungent aroma of hash, citrus and freshly upturned soil. Flavors are of incense and blood oranges. It should go without saying that Afghan Mango is a favorite among all who are fortunate enough to cross her path. Eighths are typically seen in West Coast dispensaries for an average of $50. Prices tend to be slightly higher elsewhere in the nation.
We recommend giving Afghan Mango a nice long vegetation time of 7 or even 8 weeks. This will ensure growers can reap the optimum yield, while having plants under 5 feet tall. This is a great strain to employ in a SCRoG, due to an incredible amount of side-branches. Afghan Mango will do well in northern climates that receive colder weather. When grown outdoors, these ladies can reach 5 feet tall, while producing 1/4 to 1/2 pound per plant. Outdoor growers tend to harvest Afghan Mango around the middle of October in most regions of the world. Greenhouse growers would do well to avoid Afghan Mango, as it has a propensity to acquire PM in humid environments.