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Afghan Mango from Herbaria

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Afghan Mango from Herbaria

100% Indica.
Short, leafy plants. Broad, dark green leaves with 5-9 laminas. Height of plants at harvest, outdoors: 150-200 cm (5-7 ft). Large, round seeds; light brown to medium brown with a few stripes. Flowering period, indoors: approx. 65 days. Harvest, outdoors: mid October. Compact buds. Good calyx to leaf ratio. Strong smell. Tastes fruity; mango aroma. Strong, narcotic high. Lots of resin. Very suitable for indoor
Afghan Mango from Herbaria
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'Afghan Mango' from Herbaria
- 'Afghan Mango'
100% Indica.
Short, leafy plants. Broad, dark green leaves with 5-9 laminas. Height of plants at harvest, outdoors: 150-200 cm (5-7 ft). Large, round seeds; light brown to medium brown with a few stripes. Flowering period, indoors: approx. 65 days. Harvest, outdoors: mid October. Compact buds. Good calyx to leaf ratio. Strong smell. Tastes fruity; mango aroma. Strong, narcotic high. Lots of resin. Very suitable for indoor growing as well, using high densities of clones.
Herbaria - Breeder Information
Tünde and Hannes have worked hard to collect original Cannabis strains from different countries for over 15 years. Herbaria was founded in 1996 in Zurich. While Tünde as a sales woman and specialist of the Cannabis scene in Switzerland worries about the marketing and the business interests, Hannes completely dedicates himself to the plants. The idea is to preserve original landraces by means of natural selection. Because of the success of the Hemp market in Switzerland, and especially subsidized Hemp strains that have little to do with natural varieties, there is a danger of seeing precious Cannabis genetics disappear. After years of inbreeding for the needs of reproduction, the genetic information can change partly and be lost, which is called "inbreeding depression" (inbreeding depression is responsible for low germination rates and deformed growth). In order to fight this, the gene pool must be refurbished regularly with pure varieties. Producing clones and seeds, Herbaria guarantees the preservation of outdoor and indoor strains. No pesticides or fungicides are used by the company. The mother plants grow in peat-free, compost-enriched soil. The fertilization is made by organic-mineral additives. The company lays the emphasis on the quality of the strains in the Herbaria collection, the most important factors being flavour, growth vigour and potency.
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