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Here at Alchimia we are happy to present Tangelato from Paisa Grow Seeds, an Indica Sativa hybrid characterized by its abundant resin production and its delicious terpene profile which combines citrus notes in a floral and sweet background.
Tangelato is a cross between Original Tangie and the Gelato 33 clone also known as Larry Bird, a great opportunity to share with everyone all the organoleptic properties of the Gelato 33 clone. This hybrid produces well balanced plants with vigorous growth not requiring more than 20 days of vegetative growth in indoor cannabis gardening. In outdoor cultivation, plants develop well in two months using 30L pots minimum.
Tangelato is a plant that develops quickly, and flowers fast - maturing in just 8 weeks. We can observe the first resin glands as early as the second week of flowering, with colours ranging from red to black, and from the fourth week flowers and leaves acquire attractive purple colour.
Expect a generous yield composed of very dense resin-coated buds, emitting an intense and complex aroma combining orange and tangerine notes on a sweetand acidulated background. Its effect is initially entertaining and euphoric, evolving into a more relaxed and calming state.
Paisa Grow Seeds Tangelato info:
- Type: Feminised seeds
- Indica – Sativa hybrid
- Genetics: Original Tangie x Gelato # 33 AKA Larry Bird
- Flowering: 8 weeks
- Yield: Medium to high
- THC: High
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Opinions about Tangelato and questions
We can not ensure that all plants will be purple, but you'll find purple individuals by just growing a few seeds for sure.
A distance around 50cm should be ok. Plants like relatively warm temps, so temperatures ranging from 20 to 28 are ideal (including night periods). If you have lower temps, then you should think about using some type of heater to get best results.
Tangielato is a balanced hybrid which only takes 8 weeks to finish the bloom cycle. You should start with a 18/6 photoperiod (18 hours of light/6 of darkness) for 3-4 weeks, and then switch to 12/12 (bloom photoperiod) to induce flowering.
About the soil, if you can't get quality soil I'd try coco, but you'll need to fertilise with liquid nutrients during the whole life cycle of the plants.