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Here you can find all info about Chill-OM from Mandala Seeds. If you are searching for information about Chill-OM from Mandala Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Strain Reviews, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy, Hybrids / Crossbreeds or User Comments for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Chill-OM is an indica/sativa variety from Mandala and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±69 days ), outdoors and in the greenhouse. Mandalas Chill-OM is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Mandalas Chill-OM Description

With this strain we offer a connoisseur quality smoke at an amazing price. Chill-OM is also a good beginner strain, delivering a satisfying yield with just basic plant care. It has all the benefits of hybrid vigour, nutrient efficiency, and the versatility of growing well under many different cultivation methods. Best results can be expected under a good light source such as HPS lamps, because the sativa genetics in this strain do require sufficient light intensity for abundant flowering and THC production. For further information on cultivation, we recommend that you read the advice offered on our website in the extensive grow guides for Mandala strains and cannabis in general.

Chill-OM grows thick stems and has well-defined, yet space saving, branching to provide excellent cuttings. It is also perfect for sea of green or close planting. This strain shows some phenotype variation that is mainly expressed in plant height during flowering. The tallest females will be the best choice as mother plants if you are aiming for maximum yield. They can also produce bumper crops outdoor – with long central colas that resemble a giant bong. Shorter females are excellent for small spaces, or for the balcony in regions with warm temperate or hot summers. Of course, you can easily modify height by pruning down a tall plant, or raising a shorter one with an upturned container. If you are growing Chill-OM indoor from seed you should not exceed the 4 week vegetative period in soil. This will prevent issues with the unpruned plants of the taller pheno since growth is fast and strong. The max. height of a tall female under these conditions will be around 150cm/4.9 feet under 400-600W HPS. Pest and mold resistance is good and outdoor plants have survival capabilities against harsher weather from wind or storms due to their robustness. Please consult the Outdoor Guide on our website which regions are best.

Chill-OM easily compensates the lack of uniformity in plant height with it’s exceptional top-grade marijuana. The buds are dense and have great ‘bag appeal’. When crushed in a grinder, an interesting aromatic blend of frankincense and sage arises from the sticky buds. The smoke is smooth and rich, with a minty aftertaste on the exhale that leaves a pleasant freshness on the tongue like peppermint gum. Chill-OM strikes a perfect balance between potency and everyday enjoyability. After a quick cerebral onset it triggers the feel-good physical sensations. The high then reaches an even and motivating stone that is pleasantly relaxing, yet leaves you with enough energy for socializing or doing something creative. This marijuana can be fun for gaming, hanging out with friends. or watching a good movie. It’s vibe is sensual and playful, enhancing the pleasure in whatever you are doing. As the name suggests, Chill-OM is perfect for laid-back hours and leaves a state ot wellbeing behind. Have fun and chill out!

Type: sativa-indica
Contains landrace genetics from: Colombia; South East Asia
Cultivation: indoor/outdoor/greenhouse
THC: 18.5-20%
High: A balanced, upbeat sativa high; pleasure enhancing; social and good for laughs; laid-back.
Aroma: Herbal (rosemary), frankincense, sage, minty-sweet,
Medical use: Broad spectrum use; good potential against lethargy and depression.
Flowering time outdoor: end of September-early October (south), late October (north)
Flowering time indoor: 65-72 days
Recommended light intensity: 400-600W/m2
Yield (dry weight): 300-500gr/m2; 600-1000 gr. per plant outdoor in the ground.
Plant Height: short-slightly tall

Product Features:
* fast, robust growth
* high mold, pest & heat resistance
* great price-quality ratio
* connoisseur marijuana

Where to buy Chill-OM cannabis seeds?

Chill-OM from Mandala Seeds is available only as regular seeds. Feminized seeds are not available at the moment. In 7 seedbanks, we found 15 offers between EUR 19.89 for 10 regular seeds and EUR 375.70 for 200 regular seeds. If you are looking to buy Chill-OM Cannabis Seeds from Mandala Seeds somewhere – have a look to our Chill-OM Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Chill-OM offers:, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, Herbies Head Shop, Alchimia Grow Shop, Original Seeds Store, Oaseeds and Cannapot Hanfshop.

Chill-OM Reviews

We’ve collected strain info from 4 growers for Chill-OM, check out the reviews about the indoor and outdoor grow here.

Garden Weed Management: How To Control Weeds In Your Garden

Managing weeds in the garden is not one of our favorite things to do – it’s more like a necessary evil. While we may have a love for plants, weeds can oftentimes become more of a nuisance in and around the garden. They compete with our garden plants for light, water, nutrients, and space. Unfortunately, weeds are also more adapted to the areas in which they seem to pop up and are sometimes more difficult to control as a result.

Garden Weed Management

When it comes to weed control in gardens, both patience and persistence are necessary. And, of course, some weed removing tools may be handy too. Dense planting and the application of mulch can be one of the most effective methods in managing weeds. In addition to helping with soil moisture, mulch reduces weed growth by reducing the light weed seeds require for germination. Those that do somehow germinate (and they sometimes do) can usually be pulled up rather easily.

All weeds should be removed while they are still young. Leaving them in the garden to grow or go to seed will only make their removal more difficult and allows their seeds a chance to spread. Hand pulling young weeds works well in small garden beds. They can be easily pulled up, especially when the ground is wet from watering or just after a good rain, since their roots have not yet established themselves. Larger areas, however, may call for additional weed removing tools, like a hoe or tiller.

Hoes are great for getting weeds near or in between other plants as well as in tight spaces. Both manual and powered rotary tillers can also take care of weeds, but they’re best used before the garden has become established since their deep cultivation runs the risk of damaging plant roots. Therefore, you may want to focus on using these tools in areas such as rows or paths rather than within close proximity of garden plants.

Permanent Weed Control

Unfortunately, even with all our best efforts, pesky weeds can get the better of us. In these instances, a more permanent weed control regimen may be needed. This usually comes in the form of chemical control with the use of herbicides, though some organic types are available as well. It’s particularly important that you read and follow label instructions carefully, as not all herbicides for weed control are the same. For example, pre-emergent types control weeds by preventing seed germination. Post-emergent herbicides are only used on established weed growth.

Additionally, most herbicides are not recommended for use on vegetables or other edible plants, though some may be labeled for use on selected vegetable crops. Other types may simply be used for specific ornamental plantings.

Boiling water or white vinegar sprays are effective alternatives to chemical control, but care should be taken not to get any on nearby plants, as both of these methods kill the plants they come into contact with.

Selecting the type that best fits your specific situation is critical in establishing effective weed control in gardens.