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TANGERINE DREAM FEMINISED- LITTLE BUDS

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i grow in soil,250 hps light,5-6 weeks into flowering,temperature ok,3 gallon pots (11 litres),tangerine dream feminised,they looks ok but the bud are very small and not developing,they stagnated,advice ??

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Mm unfortunatly bamse you are not the only one to encounter problem with the tangerine. I don't think you will find someone friendly to this strain here lol, not because it's barney, but because looks like most of the seeds are growing like yours, searc a little on forum tangerine dream you'll see what i'm talking about ;)

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dust is right there has been quite a few grow reports on it and every 1 i have seen has that problem. but i have had some to smoke and it is very good but finding that keeper pheno seems very hard

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The tangerine dream is a sativa,

250 watts is not a lot of light, get yourself another light and the buds will thicken and expand.

The plant needs lots of light when flowering to thick up those buds - it takes a lot of energy and the

plants can only get that energy from light.

take care,

john

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