L.A. Gelato by Humboldt Seed Organization is the door to the next generation of connoisseur elite comprising two amazing genetics: Acai Berry Gelato and 3 Kings Blueberry Headband. And no wonder for it was Sherbinski’s legendary Gelato selections that reshaped the palatable demands of cannabis hybrids to new profound levels of expectation.
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|Genetics||Acai Berry Gelato x 3 Kings BHB|
|Grows||Indoors | Outdoors|
|Harvest month||mid October|
|Plant height||3 - 4m|
|Flowering Time||60 - 67 days|
|Yield||Indoor yield450-550 g/m2-Outdoor yield3000-4000 g/plant|
Strong, supportive lateral branching creates more equally distributed growth and bud development in later stages of flowering. Fast and robust growth during early stages of the vegetative cycle. Highly resinous, rock-hard, purple buds provide incredible bag appeal. Pungent, complex profiles display a sharp essence of ginger cookie, cinnamon, clove, and spicy pepper, followed by equally powerful notes of sweet berry, citrus peel, and earthy cedarwood. Effects are psychedelic and very long-lasting. Great for end-of-day use as well as relaxing creative thought. A salivating fusion of two beautifully executed varieties combined to make the next generation of one of the most influential and now highly demanded strains in the international market.
Strong, supportive lateral branching creates more equally distributed growth and bud development in later stages of flowering. Very resistant to disease, it can be cultivated in a broad spectrum of environmental and climatic conditions. Stronger feeding regimes are required throughout the plant's entire lifecycle. They will stretch 30% on average when transitioning into the flowering period. Thinning of foliage in primary layers of canopy to assist in deeper light penetration for second and third layers of canopy is recommended. Trellising is encouraged to support larger bud sites in the final developmental stages. 6-9 plants per sq. meter will maximize available canopy space contingent on pot size and vegetation periods. Outdoors, primary cage support assisted by secondary light trellising is highly recommended for long season cultivation.