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Cream Mandarine

Sweet Seeds

What is up guys! I am super stoked to start another new Auto-Flower Grow! Today I’ve started the germination process of a really popular Hybrid by the Company Sweet Seeds known as the Cream Mandarine. It’s supposed to be a short stubby ride tali’s strain perfectly ideal for household indoor grows with a nice yield. Let’s give this a shot! As always guys, Happy Growing🌱!

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Day 27 (Week 4)

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Day: 27

It is day 27 and the Cream Mandarine are doing absolutely fantastic!!! The Aroma production kicked in about 1 week ago. it is both one of the most pleasant cannabis odors I’ve ever / Smelt in my own plants home grown Cannabis. It has a very light Citrus smell, reminiscent of an orange Mandarine 🍊. It now has fully developed nodes beginning to poke out. Can wait to see the progress! I might need to switch them outside with the Odor really starting to produce. As always guys, Happy Growing🌱😄!

3 years ago

Day: 9

So sadly I haven’t been able to get a nice pic of the Cream Mandarine. It’s been about 3 days sense the last shot and today progress is pretty awesome. This specific plant has outstanding light strong genetics. It seems that the fan leaves are going to be nice and wide. These leaves actually seem to be even bigger than the Little Stilton, and the Little Stilton has been growing longer! I cannot wait to see the progress I make with this plant!! I’ll give it another water tommorow and let it sit another few days. As always guys, Happy growing🌱!

3 years ago

Day: 6

With day six here, with the current phenotype traits, it’s seems this plant is going to be a much more darker shad of green as it progresses as opposed to the little Stilton. It also seems to be growing much fuller leaves, and in general even the stem seems a lot thicker and stronger. Over all I’m so happy with the way the CMA is progressing. Within another few days I should start to see more node development. I’m also contemplating switching the plant to another Pot, or just adding a little bit more soil to the current one it’s in because it seems to be less than I had originally thought there was. But over guys I’m so pleased with its development and as always, Happy Growing🌱!

3 years ago

Day: 5

Alright we’ve hit day 5 of the grow for the Cream Mandarine, and the plant is doing great. originally I had planned and putting the plant on the window sill but I changed my mind. I moved one plant(I named Nala) outside, the (Indigo) the other plant under the Grow light next to the Little Stilton. The leave development is very very fast. I will say though, it seems the plant is going to be bushy. The leaves seem to be full be compact based on how the rest against one another. We’ll see how things progress as time goes on but I am SO excited to see what’s to come! As always guys, Happy Growing🌱!

3 years ago

Day: 4

Cream mandarin is really starting to develop. I can already see the first set of nodes poking out. Both are doing great and I can’t wait to see what’s to come! As always guys, Happy Growing🌱!

3 years ago

Day: 3

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3 years ago

Day: 3

We made it to day 3 of the germination period and it has finally come to an end, after just 2 days of being in the baggy, the sprout have fallen off frantically and even began shedding there shells in the process! As expected these two cream Mandarine shave some STRONG genetics and I can’t wait to see how quickly the grow! I placed the both in small pest moss pots and onto the window sill in the sunlight. One has a far purple around its cotyledon but the other is a milky green color. Hopefully nothing negative happens within the next few days. As always guys, Happy Growing🌱!

3 years ago

Phillybuddy I need help I had my seedling under light in dirt for two days now how long until sprout I germ on sunday

Day: 1

I let the seeds soak over night and came back to them floating at the top of the water. I gave them a little stir and they sank right down to the bottom which means they are ready to go into the baggy! I also noticed the tap roots start to break open the shelI of the seeds. I feel like this may be an indication of strong genetics! I’ll let them sit in the baggy about 2 days and move them to there new home in individual pots! As always guys! Happy Growing🌱!

3 years ago

Day: 0

Currently have this Cream Mandarine seed soaking in some water over night. I’ll move it to a plastic baggy once the seed sinks to the bottoms of the water.

3 years ago