Tangie Marijuana Strain
Tangie Marijuana Strain is a sativa marijuana strain made by crossingCalifornia OrangeandSkunk-1. This strain is a popular choice in Amsterdam and is spreading elsewhere. Tangie is a remake of sorts of the popular version ofTangerine Dreamthat was sought-after in the 1990s. The citrus heritage of Tangie is the most evident in its refreshing tangerine aroma. As a plant, Tangie grows best outside, producing sticky buds that provide euphoric yet relaxed effects.
Tangie is an outstanding, multi-award-winninghybrid that won ten different awards at Cannabis Cups in ten months. DNA Genetics in Amsterdam has set the bar very high in terms of sheer quality with the Tangie strain. As a result, Tangie is one of the most sought-after strains by cannasseurs nationwide.
What Is the Tangie Strain?
Tangie is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain (70% sativa: 30% indica). Some say it is a tribute to or a remake of the famousTangerine Dream strain popular in the 1990s. In terms of its lineage, it is a cross betweenCalifornia Orange and theSkunk #1 strain.
Tangie is quite a potent strain, with THC levels ranging between 19%-22% and a CBD level of 0.1%. Tangie’s cerebral effects come on fast, resulting in a euphoric high. The high tapers off gradually, leaving consumers of this strain feeling happy, uplifted, and energized.
With a name like Tangie, it is unsurprising that this strain has a distinctively sweet, citrusy tangerine aroma. It has also inherited a subtle skunk scent from its parent strain, Skunk #1.
Tangie’s flavors are a delicious,tropically sweet, citrus, and tangerine orange mix, making it one of the best-tasting cannabis strains.
When fully grown, Tangie is quite a tall plant with relatively small, light green compact buds. It produces a generous coating of trichomes with dark orange pistils growing prominently on the plant’s surface.
Tangie Strain Grow Info
Experienced cannabis cultivators rate the Tangie strain as moderately difficult to grow. As a Tangie plant grows quite tall, you will need to top it to keep its height under control and promote lateral growth. Obviously, this is particularly important if you intend to grow the Tangie strain indoors.
While a Tangie plant can be grown indoors or outdoors, it flourishes when grown outdoors in soil in a warm climate. The more diverse the soil you use, the better. A nutrient-rich soil will help enhance Tangie’s terpene profile, giving it a better flavor and aroma.
Tangie can be grown indoors or outdoors and is considered moderately difficult to grow. It thrives outdoors in a warm climate.
Additionally, feeding a Tangie plant a variety of nutrients will help to enhance its characteristic citrusy orange flavor. Start by applying above-average nitrogen levels in the vegetative stage. Then, provide high levels of phosphorus and potassium in the flowering stage.
A Tangie plant will flourish in a warm, dry climate. The optimal temperature range is between 68-85 degrees Fahrenheit.