About Gelato OGGOGHybrid
It spread from Florida to L.A. in the mid-90s and became a mainstay thanks to its pine/lemon/fuel scent and taste.
Gelato OG, aka. Gelat.OG, is the culmination of bringing together two much-in-demand West Coast strains, viz. Gelato and OG Kush. If you are looking for a plant with a deliciously mouth-watering taste, heavy yields, pretty fast flowering, and a happy yet potent and relaxing effect - and let's face it, who isn't? - then you may well have found your Holy Grail in Gelat.OG.
Gelato has created quite a stir itself recently in San Francisco's Bay Area. With the parentage of Sunset Sherbet and a GSC Thin Mints phenotype, it not only tastes divine but looks an absolute beauty too, with deep purple-hued flowers streaked with orange pistils overlain with heavy, white resin production. The pollen for Gelat.OG was supplied by a specially selected phenotype of OG Kush from Oakland, California, a strain that will be very familiar to growers and consumers worldwide. It spread from Florida to L.A. in the mid-90s and became a mainstay thanks to its pine/lemon/fuel scent and taste, as well as its heavy dose of euphoria.
Gelat.OG grows well both indoors and outdoors. Cultivated indoors, it will grow to a height of between 90 - 120 cm. tall, producing 500 - 600 gr/m2 in just 55 - 60 days of flowering. Outdoors it is recommended to plant out in large pots or, preferably, directly in the ground where it will grow to a height of 220 cm. Harvest time will be in the last days of September, giving it a wide range of cultivation ability even in higher latitudes where the inclement weather of autumn is yet to make an appearance, with yields of 400 - 600 gr/plant.
The taste and perfume of Gelat.OG combines sweet citrus with earthy notes. THC production is very high at 25%, with minimal CBD content.
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