The Mango cannabis strain has been around since the early 1960s. In 1991, it was crossed with KC 33 to give us the current Mango strain. Its buds have been known to grow very large, about the size of a softball, and can be up to a foot and a half in length. The foliage turns to a deep red/purple color with a smell and taste of sweet mango. Mango takes 9 to 11 weeks to flower.
The indica cannabis strain Mango has been around every since the 60’s, but evolved after being crossed with KC 33 and rendering us the Mango strain we know of today. … The parent strains of Mango are the indica Afghani and the hybrid KC 33. The THC level averages between 15-20%.