Orange Candy / Naranchup
High THC content
- Vancouver Lift Expo Cup 2016
2nd place solvent hash: Shatter
Orange Candy info:
To create this variety we used Naran J, a prominent clone from an old strain developed by Reggae Seeds. It comes from a cross between New York Diesel and Morning Glory. After crossing this hybrid and our Tropimango reversed female we have improved the delicious and unique orange flavor of Naran J while adding the vigor and high yields of the male parent.
This cross didn't happen by chance since we were convinced that the diesel flavor would further enhance the special citrus notes of Tropimango.
Cultivation of Orange Candy
Suitable for indoor, outdoor and Guerilla crops. High yields and unique orange flavor.
Orange Candy is a plant with robust, low and chunky structure and short internodal spacing.
If grown outdoors, pruning the tops of the branches is recommended to promote lateral branching and a more bushy shape, which increases production and makes the plants easier to camouflage.
On the other hand, we recommend using the SOG technique in indoor grow rooms with 20-25 plants per m2. Removing the lower branches is advised to promote the development of a prominent central bud. Do not remove these branches if less plants are used (9 to 12 plants per m2).
Orange Candy is a highly demanding plant with regard to nutrients, which it easily transforms into abundant buds. This variety has the peculiarity of being very sensitive to the type of fertilizer (organic or mineral) used. In organic farming, its aroma is subtle, refined and complex. It will more intense but less refined with mineral nutrients.
Orange Candy is suitable for all types of systems and growers since it is resistant to pests and molds and can easily withstand nutrient or temperature imbalances, thus being a very easy to grow cannabis strain.
Taste and effects
While we may occasionally have difficulty in defining flavor, Orange Candy leaves no doubt at all. A burst of orange flavor in the mouth gives way to a delicious diesel aftertaste. A sublime marriage for the true connoisseur.
Orange Candy's effect is uplifting, inducing a shooting and psychedelic high, which becomes body relaxing on a second phase. Specially suitable for moments of artistic creativity and introspection. Ideal for socializing and partying with friends.
Opinions and questions (8)
What size pots (in litres) would you use if doing 20-25 plants in a 1m2 SOG space? Thanks
12-09-2019 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Between 4 and 7 litres is more than enough. Would only use smaller pots if I had an automatic irrigation system though.
Orange Candy has grown out to be fat nugs with a ton of crystals, almost green crack background notes in flavour. Organic frass and molasses has created so much trichromes that it is almost impossible to cut up with scissors. Great flowering ability in BC! Great low bush look.. giant central bud that looks like a small alien being with arms stretching out into Mexican sativa look with stretching arms and buds everywhere.
29-08-2019 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
We are glad of such a good result! Orange candy is a very grateful plant.
How much does Orange Candy stretch, and does she respond well to encouraging equalized side growth indoors, via topping or LST/ pinching? Trying to pick between her and LOG candy in next run, and I know LOG can be trained and how she stretches. Thanks
07-08-2019 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Orange Candy is a 65% sativa 35% indica strain too, with a conic structure, abundant branching an a sativa like behaviour, so it's a good option for what you want to do :)
If you decide to grow it and apply it any kind of tamming, send us some pictures if you're pleased with the results :)
¡Have a nice day!
Who can help with the problem of potency? What advise a preparation?
07-08-2018 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Hi Richard, Orange Candy is a great nutrient consumer. We advise you to use good organical nutrients very often. Be careful at the plant signals, a careful observation of the leaves can give you clues about wich is the demand. Regards!