L.A. GelatoHumboldt Seed Organization
L.A. Gelato grows vigorously from the very outset, developing a strong and healthy structure with extensive branching and beautiful thick and super-sticky purple buds full of life. Two of her strongest points are definitely her high climatic versatility and her resistance to disease. The only thing she asks for in return is a generous diet to obtain energy with, especially when transitioning into the flowering stage, a moment in which plants could stretch 30% on average.
Being so leafy, the thinning of foliage is essential to make sure light doesn't struggle to reach every bit of the second and third layers too as this is key to the development of large, dense buds. Another important aspect worth some reflection is the need to set up some structural support (staking or double-trellising) to hold the weight of the heavy colas during the flowering. The optimal number of L.A. Gelato plants to grow at the same time is 6-9 plants/m2.
The innovative terpene profile offered by this strain is a blend of ginger cookie, cinnamon, clove and pepper accompanied by nuances of sweet berries, citrus peel, and cedarwood. Get ready for an extraordinarily powerful high that stimulates your mind and your senses while bringing on a soothing body feel. Don't miss the chance to enjoy this revolutionary brand-new generation!
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|Seed Bank||Humboldt Seed Organization|
|Genotype||75% Indica / 25% Sativa|
|Cross||Acai Berry Gelato x 3 Kings BHB|
|Suitable for||Indoors and outdoors|
|Indoor flowering||60-67 days|
|Indoor yield||450-550 g/m2|
|Outdoor harvest time||Mid-October|
|Outdoor yield||3000-4000 g/plant|
|Outdoor height||3-4 m|
*Cannabinoid levels (THC, CBD...) could vary due to external factors such as the culture medium, grower's experience, cultivation techniques (SOG, SCROG...), environmental conditions, or genetic variation.