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Agent Orange Strain

Sativa Hybrid Local Orange Skunk x Jacks Cleaner x Space Queen
  • 24.0% THC
  • 0.2% CBD
  • 0.4% CBN
medicinal use Anxiety ANXIETY
medicinal use Depression DEPRESSION
medicinal use Pain PAIN
medicinal use Orange ORANGE
medicinal use Citrus CITRUS
medicinal use Sweet SWEET
medicinal use Happy HAPPY
medicinal use Uplifted UPLIFTED
medicinal use Energized ENERGIZED

This sativa dominant hybrid flower is parented and powered by popular strains, Jack's Cleaner, Space Queen, and Orange Skunk. Agent Orange, sometimes known as Agent O, has energy that doesn't last long, but long enough to go to work. Be prepared for a relaxed fall from the sativa high. Agent Orange has a sweet and citrus smell with a hint of spice and dark liquor. When exhaled, the room fills with pine and earthy scents combined with a chemical undertone. This strain gives both cerebral and a body high. Using Agent Orange isn't the best strain for beginners.

Overview of Agent Orange

Agent Orange is a 75% sativa dominant plant. Created by TGA Subcool Seeds, its THC content reaches up to 25%, 0.3% CBD, and CBN at 0.1% making it extremely potent. The flower is resinous and dense. It's a pale green bud, and because of its pigment, it has hues of maroon and purple. Depending on how it's grown, the colors overtake the green. Agent Orange had dull orange hairs and covered in dusty white crystals.

Potential Effects of Agent Orange

While Agent Orange effects both the body and mind, it takes the cerebral road most of the time. Its uplifting effects are almost psychedelic. This strain is not for beginners. With high dosages, Agent Orange has a habit of separating people from reality. It keeps you euphoric and active for a short period. The energy it provides makes you want to get things done. As the high comes down, relaxation kicks in and a tender feeling flows through the body.

Be ready to laugh.

Potential Negative Effects of Agent Orange

Some adverse effects are dry mouth and dizziness. High dosages may cause headaches and paranoia.

Lineage of Agent Orange

Orange Skunk is a well-known strain on the west coast. With 80% sativa, this flower has a THC content reaching 22% with its CBD close to zero. This bud has a mixture of pale and medium green leaves. It's covered in dull, frosty crystals and orange hairs.

Orange Skunk can grow both indoors and outdoors. Flowering time indoors takes 8-9 weeks yielding 21 to 24oz per square meter. Plants grown outdoors needs to be harvested by late September yielding up to 40oz per plant. Growing in a warm climate is best for Agent Orange.

Jack's Cleaner is a marijuana strain created by TGA Subcool. This 50/50 hybrid has a THC content of 18%. Helping with medical ailments, Jack's Cleaners provides a CBD and CBN content of 1%. The flower is pale green with a yellow hue and covered in frosty crystals. Because of the equal split, this strain is great for day and evening use.

Growing Jack's Cleaner lacks some information. Rumors are that it takes eight weeks indoors yielding about 14oz per square meter.

Space Queen is just that. A strain that makes you feel on top of everything. Slightly indica dominant, its THC content reaches up to 23% with 0.2% CBD. This flower is pale green with dusty white crystals and rust colored hairs.

Growing Agent Orange

Growing Space Queen is not for beginners. It can be grown both indoors and outdoors under warm climate. Plants grow 3.5 to 5 feet tall. Indoor growing takes about 50 to 60 days providing a high yield. Flowering outdoors needs to be harvested by October, and they also result in a high return.

Agent Orange can be grown both indoors and outdoors in warm and sunny Mediterranean climate. They produce plants as high as 10 feet in California conditioned into a bush. Growing this strain is for moderate to highly experienced users. The last two weeks of growth are when the yield is fully developed.

Growing Agent Orange indoors takes 55-65 days yielding 16oz per square meter. Outdoor flowering must be in harvested by mid-October producing 19oz per plant. It has a high resistance to diseases.

Where to Find Agent Orange

Agent Orange is widespread across the United States, but especially in Michigan, Illinois, California, Nevada, and Colorado.

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