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The flowers smell of a strong pungency mixed in with the bitter citrus of lemon and lime peels. When burned, Sour Tangie’s initial flavor resembles sour fruit peels followed by an aftertaste of dirt and diesel. Lab results show its potency can reach as high as 21-22% THC.

This strain is known to bring energy with its high, so it’s a good morning or afternoon strain. Sour Tangie is recommended by some consumers for depression, exhaustion, stress, chronic or minor pain, though they also say it can stimulate a powerful case of the munchies, too. Common side effects from Sour Tangie include red eyes and cottonmouth. Those sensitive to sativas may find it can cause anxiety, paranoia, or dizziness as well. Have you thought about growing citrus by planting your own citrus seeds? Citrus plants are very fragrant, have beautiful flowers, and usually grow very well indoors. Citrus fruits are a healthy and delicious snack and can also add a lot of flavor to various gourmet dishes. But if you live in an area where citrus fruits aren’t in season all year round, or if you want to have control over what fertilizers and chemicals are used on the fruit that you eat, you can grow your fruit indoors at home using citrus seeds.

Make sure that the seeds you use to start your plants are from a high quality supplier so that they have a better chance of growing properly. You don’t have to have a green thumb in order to successfully grow your own citrus at home. If you are diligent about protecting the seeds and later the plants from drafts, direct sunlight, and other things that can kill or hurt newly grown plants then you should be able to successfully grow your own citrus fruit all year round. The first thing that you will need to start growing your own citrus fruit is seeds. You can get seeds from a piece of fruit that you’ve eaten, or you can buy seeds from a nursery or home and garden center. Once you have some high quality seeds you can start the seeds growing by planting them in a small pot using a mixture of potting soil and mulch. To help the growth process of the plants place a cover of clear plastic wrap over the plants when they are not being watered. This helps to protect the growing plant from the cold and will make the citrus seeds germinate faster. The plants should be kept in a room where the temperature is around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. It will take a few weeks for the plants to really start growing but after about three weeks you should start to see leaves growing. When the plants are well established it’s time to transplant. Move the plants to bigger pots and use a good quality potting soil to make sure the plants get the nutrients they need. Place the plants in a location where they can get plenty of sunlight but make sure it’s not direct sunlight. Direct sunlight can be too harsh for young plants and can burn the newly developed leaves. As the plant grows you will need to keep repotting it into bigger containers but the plant should always be kept in an area with bright sunlight and a temperature of about 70 degrees in order to get the best fruit. The quality of the potting soil and even the water that you use can make a difference in whether or not the citrus seeds that were planted grow properly and eventually bear fruit. Remember that because the plant is being grown indoors all the nutrients it needs have to come from the potting soil and choose a potting soil that is recommended for citrus plants. It’s best to use distilled water to water the plants so that the leaves aren’t harmed by any of the chemicals that are usually in tap water. 15 Yuzu seeds price: 15 € - SALE - 40 Seeds: 25 € (Tax and Europe shipping costs included). We have a wide range of citrus, you can consult our calendar of commercialization to know the harvesting time. YUZU is an "Ichandarin": the natural hybrid between Ichang papeda and a Chinese mandarin. I t produces acid fruits ( 4.5% acid) and very aromatic , reminiscent in taste and appearance of grapefruit , lime, tangerine and mango. It is used since the end of summer - spring when it has dark green colour , its size is small, 4-5 cm and weighing 50 to 100 grams until it reaches its full yellow colour to yellow- orange and reaches a size of 7-8 cm , a nd more than 250 grams weight. It is used as an alternative to lime and lemons , improving their good properties, mainly the skin and juice for its intense and excellent aroma, with 3 times more vitamin C than lemons .

The fruit contains about 25 seeds, which can also have several uses as cosmetics and gastronomy . Its skin uses to have brown spots that are their hallmark and do not affect its flavour. Its culture is very complicated, the branches containing large, sharp spikes and vertical growth, reaching 5 meters high, and since the first seed does not produce fruit until after 15 years. It is considered an essential ingredient in Asian cuisine, in the Japanese and Korean it is a part of the ponzu sauce or condiments like yuzukoshō (yuzu and pepper), kinds of vinegar, liquors, soups, fish, sweets, teas, jams, beers, tonic waters, gins, and countless other uses, also cosmetics and aromatherapy. It provides both meat and fish the citrus acid touch, and more mellow aromas reminiscent of mango or common mandarin and brings to the end a spicy touch of pepper. Its fruit is used in all stages of maturity, from small green fruit, difficult to peel, to fruits with yellow-orange skin and overripe bark and separate from the segments, which it's really easy to peel. In Japan and East Asia, it is the most important acid citrus among the more than 15 varieties used and their consumption is popular in European haute cuisine since the famous French chef with three Michelin stars, Jerome Banctel, started using it in his Paris restaurant "Senderens" (today "Lucas Carton"). Ferran Adria began using the juice and freeze-dried bark imported into the Bulli restaurant, in 2002, after his visit to Japan.

The restaurant with three Michelin stars, "El Celler de Can Roca", elected in 2013 the best in the world, developed with Yuzu the "fifth taste" primary discovered in Japan: "umami". Almost all of the best foodies in Europe have been seduced by this exotic citrus, which since 2012 is imported to Europe from Japan and with the current availability of fresh fruit produced in "Costa del Azahar" in Spain, its consumption is expected to be quickly popularized. Note: Every effort is made to maintain disease free, true to type, performance proven trees, to ensure the seed highest quality, and will result in quality seedlings.

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