Seemango is available as feminized photoperiod, or as feminized autoflowering seed. This version is feminized photoperiod, meaning it will only produce female plants, that need some lighting changes to switch to flowering phase. The plant is usually bigger, can produce bigger yield and can be cloned.
The genotype of this strains is mostly indica. Because of many years of cross breeding different strains, pure indica or sativa strains are almost impossible to be found. The primary ancestors of this beautiful strain are Mexican, Colombian, Thai, and Indian sativa, combined with American indica and different Skunk strains. In the final mix, Super Extra Skunk, Big Skunk Korean, and Jack Hammer were combined. That resulted in our Seemango.
This strain can be grown indoors or outdoors. Indoors, the plants finish their flowering period after 8 to 9 weeks and produce around 600 grams per square meter. Outdoors, the flowering period ends in the end of September and produces around 600 grams per plant. Seemango is optimal as a multiple branch plant since its genetics encourage long side branches and a height on the taller side. A sea of green method can still be undertaken but branching and height will need to be controlled.
Seemango blends the multiple hybrid Jack Hammer with Big Skunk Korean to form the fruitiest of all Soma’s strains. As it matures, the leaves shade to purple and the buds become covered in a carpet of crystals. They can contain around 19 % of T and a medium amount of C. The fragrant and tasty Seemango delivers a buzz that is very uplifting and mentally stimulating in its effects. Even though this is indica dominant strain, sativa ancestors have provided creative and uplifting high.