Somango is an exotic treat that will conquer everyone. Absolutely no one will be indifferent to its exceptional tropical aroma and flavor, and its potent effects will lead you to unimagined limits.
Somango is one of the flagships of Soma Seeds, developed by crossing Jack Herer x Big Skunk Korean, and has Indica dominance. On pages like Seedfinder or Leafly, it has excellent reviews from growers and consumers.
There are many versions, and it has been used to develop new hybrids like Critical Somango or Somango 47. In our case, these bulk Somango seeds come from the best selection of Soma’s original variety.
How to grow Somango
Like all plants with a strong Skunk influence, it’s very easy to grow, resistant, and ideal for beginners looking for a strain that, without much care, offers top-tier results.
When grown outdoors starting in early spring and the climate is favorable, it can reach a huge height of 3 meters.
The flowering period is quite short, and it’s harvested in mid-October. In the final weeks, branches will need supports so they don’t give in to the weight of the flowers and break.
Indoors, it’s a perfect cannabis variety for the most impressive SCROG grows. When pruning or guiding branches, it branches out quickly and can cover large cultivation areas in a few weeks.
From when the growth photoperiod is changed to flowering, it’s harvested in 9-10 weeks. The Skunk lineage means the smell during this phase is very intense, and it’s advised to use a good carbon filter.
Characteristics of Somango
The buds are enormous, hard as rocks, and loaded with shiny and sticky resin crystals. It produces spectacular hashish, very typical in Dutch Coffee-Shops.
The yields are XXL. Outdoors, the taller plants will produce up to 1 kilo. Indoors, production will be up to 550 grams per m² when using a 300-350 W LED light.
The aroma and flavor are tropical and exotic. Pleasant ripe mango notes will awaken and stimulate the senses of taste and smell as with few other marijuanas.
The effects cause an intense and quick onset full of energy, which soon envelops you in extreme relaxation leading to the most pleasant dreams.
What we like the most
- Very easy to grow.
- High yield.
- Tropical mango flavor.
- Very potent effects.
- Its price.
What we like the least
- Very smelly during flowering.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below you’ll find the answer to the most frequent questions that growers interested in this strain have:
When does Somango start flowering outdoors?
Depending on the latitude of the cultivation, flowering begins between the end of September and the first half of August.
When to harvest an outdoor Somango?
It’s harvested in mid-October, so it prefers climates with a dry onset of autumn.
What is the THC content of Somango?
The THC content ranges between 18% and 24%, making it very potent.
How much yield does it produce?
Indoors it can produce up to 550 grams per m², and outdoors in optimal conditions, up to 1 kilo per plant.
Is it easy to grow?
Yes, due to its Skunk ancestry, it’s resistant to pests and fungi, making it ideal for novice growers.