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Green Gelato is slightly more indica than sativa and was bred by crossing Girl Scout Cookies Thin Mints pheno. with Sunset Sherbert. This has to be one of the very tastiest strains ever and forms part of what RQS term their “dessert cannabis strains” collection. Bred with exclusive Californian genetics and delivering very High THC and very high yields.

Green Gelato can be grown indoors and outdoors and responds superbly to a broad range of manipulations including, low stress training, SCRoG, topping, fimming etcetera to maximise production. Indoor plants grow to a height of between 80 – 120 cm. and producing between 500 – 700 gr/m 2 in an 8 – 9 week period of flowering. Outdoors in soil plants will grow rather taller reaching a height of 150 – 200 cm. and yielding 800 gr/plant with norther hemisphere harvests in early October. RQS recommeds that whatever your growing medium the end of flowering should see a thorough flush with plain water in order to maximise and accentuate the full flavour effect. Towards the end of florescence there is a good chance of purple hues appearing in the buds and smaller leaves especially when night-time temperatures are a lot cooler, say 10°C or so, and this looks very striking alongside the orange pistils.

The taste is a blend of Kush, bakery goods and forest fruits with some earthy undertones. THC production is very high at 27% and CBD levels are low. The effect is a mixture of mental and creative energy accompanied by an almost jelly-like feeling in the body. Just make sure there’s a couch nearby! You’ll probably need to sit or lie down.

Gelatti seeds

An uplifting high, giggly and energetic. Great for the creative minds looking to overcome writer’s block. If you’re new to smoking you may want to be careful, having a crazy 26% THC this strain will be very potent and can leave some couch-locked, smoke lightly, enjoy the creamy tastes and let the creativity flow within you.

Frosty, orange pistil covered buds. Boasting a vibrant green color, with orangey golden frosty hairs, these buds will stick to your fingers with even just the lightest touch.

Plant Appearance

As a more Indica structured plant, some light defoliation could be recommended to help growth in the lower sections of the plant. A carbon filter is highly recommended, as she’s one of our smellier strains. Growers should also look to harvest around week 9 once they start to see the pistils turn slightly amber/orange. Her abundance in resin makes her a great choice for making oils or extractions. The flushing process should start approximately 10 days before the end of the cycle.

A rich green plant, that’s crystal-covered leaves will sparkle under the sun or grow lights. A more Indica-like structure, quite stocky and with lots of compact buds. As it approaches the end of its cycle you’ll see it cover itself in orange pistils.

Smoke Report

A blend of earthy overtones subdued by sweet cookie flavorings and zesty citrus touches makes the smoke sweet and smooth, hinting at undertones of Ice cream.