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Brooklyn Mango Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
14% to 21%
Yield
18 to 25 ounces per square meter (indoor), 28 to 35 ounces per plant (outdoor)
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks (indoors), early to mid-October (outdoors)
Climate
Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Tall
Flavors
A mix of fuel, Diesel tones and distinct hints of mango, Pineapple, Lemon, and Lime

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Brooklyn Mango Marijuana Seeds Information

Brooklyn Mango, created from a crossbreed of Ed Rosenthal Super Bud and NYC Diesel by Dr. Underground. It is a mixture of taste from diesel and tropical fruit flavors like lemon, mango, and pineapple.

People within depression and lack of appetite get from the best help of this strain. Low consumption will make you feel relaxed and helps you stay alert and crave for some social interactions.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Brooklyn Mango?

Brooklyn Mango is known for its famed taste from a mixture of fuel and the different diesel tones together with pineapple, mango, lemon, and lime. Users often claim that this strain is perfect to use with your loved one, for it increases your libido. It giggles in mellow and tenders your body.

What are the medical benefits of Brooklyn Mango?

This strain is perfect for people who have depressions. Also, it will ease the user’s chronic pain, increases appetite, decreases fatigue, modify your stresses, and will uplift your mood.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Brooklyn Mango

Usage of Brooklyn Mango will make your mouth dry, feel dizzy, experience dry eyes, and sometimes may feel anxious.

How to Grow Brooklyn Mango?

This strain can be grown either indoors or outdoors with a warm climate. If space is limited indoor, you may need to shorten the vegetative stage. Brooklyn Mango strain can easily turn tall when grown outside. Outdoor growers should be careful about that. The hydroponic system is best to grow this strain.

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