Grow Space: 3x3' @VIVOSUN tent for flower
Lights: @Mars Hydro TS1000
Indoor or Outdoor? Indoor
Medium: Promix HP
Nutrients: Dry organic veg (4-4-4) and bloom (2-8-4) fertilizer, calmag + iron (2-0-0)
Final Pot: 5 gallon
My next grow will be a Tangerine Dream. This is for my own personal smoke stash. She will be grown indoors with dry organic nutrients in Promix HP, and will be drinking filtered water with mosquito dunks - the same as my Blueberry.
Here's the strain info from Barney's Farm:
"Tangerine Dream is a sativa dominant strain that offers tangy Tangerine aromas and flavours, giving an instant relaxing and cerebral high. This plant has a short flowering time at just 65 days; however it will need supporting in its final weeks.
Tangerine Dream grows up to a metre tall, and its strong side branches yield an impressive 600g per square meter. Colas grow large and heavy, beautifully coated with red and orange trichomes.
Tangerine Dream is a complex cross with the G13 and Neville's A5 Haze that resulted in an ultra high yielding strain with an amazing THC content of 25%. Easy to grow and fast blooming, producing a mixed high with a cheerful boost slowly morphing into a lasting stone."
"Cheerful boost slowly morphing into a lasting stone." Yup! After one or two hoots from the gravity bong, I can still get things done. Things are brighter, doing dishes is fun. After about four or five hits, I lose all motivation to exist.
I have grown this strain once before, which I let flower for 12 weeks... that was way too friggin long! Lol. I believe I was waiting for the trichomes to turn amber. Perhaps I won't do that again. She was over-cooked.
I sure hope this picture doesn't break any rules because I am so proud of it - I think she turned out just like the Barney's Farm picture.
Although my buds were quite airy. My plant struggled with a calcium deficiency (when I say struggled, I mean I straight up starved her - my bad lol), and she had a raging infestation of fungus gnats. She was a beautiful plant but I really didn't do her any justice, especially toward the end. Hopefully, this time, I can do her right... and not grow a Tangerine Nightmare.
So here's my sweet little Tangy D. She sprouted on July 27. She was a veiny little seed.
She has been getting neglected while my Blueberry is still in the spotlight.
More to come in the next post...