The three of them got along so well that they decided to share their lovechild, Somango, with the rest of us. Smokers of this indica dominating hybrid describe it as “a strain so delicious you want it twice.” Soma Seeds in Arizona was the first to breed this strain, which was initially known as Soma #5.
Surprisingly, this flavorfully named cultivar appears to have slipped under the radar and has yet to win any prestigious international accolades.
Those who have been fortunate enough to visit the tropics will identify the aroma of mangos in the air. Long after the joint has been smoked, a delicate, subtle aroma of sweet richness lingers and continues to pleasure the olfactory senses.
When you combine that with earthy, sour overtones, you get Somango, a really nice smelling strain. With a flowering period of 60 to 65 days, it produces 350 – 450 gr. m2 indoor and 450 gr. plant outdoor.
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