Tangerine Dream Strain
- 25.0% THC
- 1.8% CBD
- 0.02% CBN
Tangerine Dream burst into the cannabis scene in 2010 when Barney's Farm won the Cannabis Cup Coffee Shop category in 2010. The winning strain is praised for its powerful qualities that manage to keep the user active and awake. Tangerine Dream has dual properties as a soothing and stimulating agent. The three-strain cross is often considered a prime choice for cannabis connoisseurs. Its legendary roots are only one aspect of its appeal. Tangerine Dream is prized for its ability to send your mind and energy soaring.
Overview of Tangerine Dream
Tangerine Dream is a 2010 Cannabis Cup winner created by Barney's Farm. Tangerine Dream carries a citrusy aroma and a bitter aftertaste. Tangerine Dream can reach up to minimum of 19% THC and a maximum of 25% THC.
Potential Positive Effects of Tangerine Dream
Tangerine Dream is a powerful mood enhancer. Users commonly reporting sensations of euphoria, creativity, energy, and focus. Users can also get overcome with a sense of relaxation.
Potential Negative Effects of Tangerine Dream
Smoking too much Tangerine Dream can leave a smoker locked into the couch. The high is what you make of it; the mental stoned is grounded yet also uplifting and provoking.
Lineage of Tangerine Dream
Famous cannabis industry veterans Barney's Farm first produced Tangerine Dream from a cross of three different strains. The farm only offers feminized seeds that produce female plants. Genetically, the strain is 70% indica and 30% sativa. This is a result of its G-13. Afghani, and A-5 Neville's Haze cross. This unique combination of potent strains supplies Tangerine Dream's stimulating and relaxing stone.
Growing Tangerine Dream
Tangerine Dream can produce quality harvests indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse. Tangerine Dream plants can grow between50 cm to 100 cm and spout plenty of calyx. Generally, it takes the seed between 60 and 70 days to flower. On average, Tangerine Dream can yield more than 600 grams per square meter.
Tangerine Dream nugs should be large and heavier. When grown well, Tangerine Dream bud should have red and orange hairs across its body and a heavy layer of trichomes. Plants will need structural support in their last weeks as the colas get heavier.