Agent Orange is not a toxic defoliant, but a great agent to help find sleep and relaxation. The orange part of the name is owed to the great taste and aroma comprised of orange and sour citrus fruits. Agent Orange is a 50/50 Sativa/Indica hybrid appearing in two phenotypes, a really tall one with extremely resinous buds and a short and broad one.
TGA Subcool - Agent Orange: Great agent for sleeping and relaxing
Agent Orange is in no way related to the toxic defoliant used in the Vietnam war, but it is a great agent to find sleep and relaxation. It is a genetic blend of Orange Velvet and Jack The Ripper. Orange Velvet is not particularly known to be very resinous, but the aroma and flavor of oranges are simply irresistible; by adding Jack The Ripper to the mix, a predominately Sativa hybrid comprised of Jacks Cleaner and Space Queen, increased the resin production significantly.
The result is a 50/50 Sativa/Indica hybrid occurring in two phenotypes, a really tall one with extremely resinous buds and a short and broad one. Outdoors, in a warm climate like in California the plants can reach a height of over 3 meters. When the nights get colder, the buds can take on maroon and purple hues. Indoors it should be topped and trimmed to allow for heavy yields of extremely resinous large dense buds. The plants reach full maturity within only 55-65 days.
The great taste and aroma comprised of orange and sour citrus fruits caresses the taste buds and heralds a very relaxing effect combined with an almost trippy cerebral aspect. The smell is so pronounced, it even aromatizes the water in your bong!