This strain is meant to be a good day time smoke. A sativa like high, without the paranoia and such. It has an awesome fruity smelling musk about it. The smoke is very easy on my throat and gives me an uplifted sort of mood. I'm still curing the buds but I'll bet the smell and taste are going to be awesome.
So this was one of the first seeds I germinated. I found it in one of my bags and was pretty excited because it was some of the better stuff I've found around here. The poor girl had a rough beginning to her life. She was nearly baked to death. Then flowered early for convenience of flowering my big plant (before I killed it somehow). The big plant ended up with balls and was thrown out, so I decided to go back to veg with this one. So she had flowered for 2 weeks or so and then I'm pretty sure I went up to 16 and then to 18 hours of light. She grew all twisty for a while, then once her leaves went back to 5 fingers. She grew single lobed leaves for quite a while. She kept making more pistils as she grew in size. She probably tripled in size as she revegged. Her smell went from what I labeled "musky citrus" to a distinct blueberry. Blueberry muffins mmm! I chopped half of her when trichomes were about 10% amber. Then waited for the lower areas to mature for a week and chopped the rest. I let buds hang for 3 days, then into a box of shredded paper bags to slow it some. 25% humidity is rough. I jarred the buds once the stem made a crack noise but not dry enough to snap in two. The buds still smell so delicious, like if I were baking fresh blueberry muffins. I love it! Overall, this was an experimental grow that took way longer than it should have but produced 24g of yummy, sticky buds that leave a very sweet blueberry after taste!
The strawberry mango haze super auto turned out to be a successful but long first grow. I'm sure I made plenty of newbie mistakes and probably overfed and over or under watered a few times. I got pretty freaked out at the end because I think that bud rot was starting. Which may have been paranoia. She smelled amazing when I chopped her at first. Very sweet! The plant grow with very little internodal spacing and that made the branches nice and full. The stems were strong and held the weight of the buds well. It didn't seem to be too fussy about nutrients or anything.