Strain Review: Tangerine Dream by Barneys Farm


An exceptional crossing of G13 with Neville?s A5 Haze ? with the resulting plant again crossed with G13 ? Tangerine Dream is a sativa-dominant strain offering tangy, intense sweet citrus aromas and flavors as well as effects that are at once cerebral and relaxing.

Considering its attributes, Tangerine Dream?s 70-day flowering time is remarkably short, and the one-meter high plants, with their strong and numerous side branches, yield an impressive minimum of 500 grams per square meter. Colas grow large and tight, especially for a sativa-dominant strain, and are flecked with red and orange hairs and frosted with a shimmering layer of fine THC crystals. A taste sensation offering clean and long lasting effects.

Tangerine Dream evokes a citrus fruit fantasy and, somehow, an even more enchanting reality. How one strain can offer some many seemingly contrasting attributes is a shining example of how Barney?s Farm is a leading force in advancing genetics and husbandry.

Growers, too, benefit from a joyful paradox: the flowering time of 70 days is very brief for a sativa-dominant plant, and the yields, of at least 500 grams per square meter, are exceptionally high. Plants grow to a height of about one meter, with strong and substantial side braches able to support their big, dense flowers.

With minimum THC levels of 25% and CBD at 1.8%, Tangerine Dream truly lives up to its name, and Barney?s Farm Cannabis Seeds has made it real. High THC content.

Harvest time: End October

Winner Cannabis Cup HTCC 2010


Seed Bank: Barneys Farm
Genetics: Sativa/Indica
Parents: G13 x Neville’s A5
Height: Medium
Photoperiod: Photoperiod
Yield: Indoor: 600 g/m2
THC: 25%
CBD: 1.8%
Flowering Time: 70-75 days
Award Winner: True
Avail. As: Feminized Seeds
Strain Attributes: Cerebral :: Feminized :: High Yield :: High THC

Medical Uses: Pain Relief :: Nausea

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