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Dutchmen's Royal Orange Strain Review

Dutchmen's Royal Orange Marijuana Strain Review

Dutchmen's Royal Orange Marijuana Strain: Appearance, Smell and Taste

Appearance: The first thing that struck when I first saw Dutchmen's Royal Orange marijuana strain was the strains unusually orange tint.  Closer examination of the Royal Orange buds reveals a covering of fine, light orange to red hairs.  Greenery of Dutchmen's Royal Orange buds are tightly packed into often bulky, yet dense, medium to large size nugs.

Smell: When it comes to the strains scent, the name Dutchmen's Royal Orange tells half the story.  That is, the Royal Orange medical marijuana strain emits a pleasant  sweet citrus smell (i.e. the 'orange' in Dutchmen's Royal Orange).  What the marijuana strains name does not reveal is the slight skunk smell that is characteristic of cannabis strains with Skunk lineage.



Taste: Once you've exhaled Dutchman's Royal Orange for the first time its Skunk #1 heritage becomes evident.  While not strong, an experienced marijuana smoker will notice a skunky musk taste lingering after each exhale.  True to its name however, the strong citrus orange taste of Dutchmen's Royal Orange strain masks most of the skunk flavor and, in fact, complements it quite well.

Dutchmen's Royal Orange Marijuana Strain:  Origin, Lineage, History and Info


Many trials and errors resulted in numerous varieties of cannabis strains before a famous plant medicine breeder perfected a strain now known as Dutchmen's Royal Orange has underwent many variations before reaching its current, and wonderful state.  It is a crossbreed between Skunk #1 and California Orange. 


Dutchmen's Royal Orange marijuana strain owes its origins to a famous plant breeder in Holland who brought the the strains parents together (cross-breeding the father strain, Skunk #1, with the mother strain, California Orange) in 1985 to give birth to a medical marijuana strain that MMJ patients have come to know and love, Dutchmen's Royal Orange variety.


Potency of Dutchmens Royal Orange Strain



Dutchmen's Royal Orange is a mid-to-high potency medical grade marijuana strain.  THC content of Dutchmen's Royal Orange purchased from medical marijuana dispensaries normally ranges from 14% to 20%.

Dutchmen's Royal Orange Marijuana Strain: Medicinal Uses


As a potent indica marijuana strain with noticeable sativa effects from Royal Orange's father strain, Skunk #1, Dutchmen's Royal Orange has many medicinal applications.  It is often recommended for anxiety, depression, restlessness, ADHD, and insomnia.  However, its uses as a medicine far exceed the few mentioned above.


Growing Dutchmen's Royal Orange Marijuana Plants



Seeds/Clones: Weather you are starting to grow Dutchman's Royal Orange marijuana strain from cannabis seeds or clones is not important.  Choosing between starting your grow with clones or seeds is more a matter of preference than anything else.  


Indoors/Outdoors: Dutchman's Royal Orange marijuana strain can be grown indoors or outdoors.  It is highly recommended that Dutchman's Royal Orange marijuana is grown indoors where you can maintain the environment of your grow room.  When growing Dutchmen's Royal Orange it is important that your grow room has sufficient ventilation and maintains a temperature of approximately 80 degrees. 


Hydroponic/Soil: Dutchmen's Royal Orange cannabis plants can be grown in soil or using a hydroponic system.  I recommend growing this particular strain in soil using natural nutrients.


Flowering Time: Growing Dutchmens Royal Orange indoors will normally result in a flowering time of 61 to 82 days.  If you are using a hydroponic system the flowering time will be closer to 61 days, or two months, while the flowering time for soil grown Dutchmen's Royal Orange will approach 82 days, or just under three months.


If you choose to grow your Dutchmen's Royal Orange marijuana outdoors, the flowering period will occur in October.


Dutchmen's Royal Orange Plant Yield:  When properly grown indoors, Dutchmen's Royal Orange marijuana plants produce an average yield of 500 grams/m2.




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