Green Gelato Automatic - Igrowcan
Autoflowering strains are often categorised as subtle, or inferior to traditional strains. Green Gelato Automatic blows this stereotype out of the water. Prepare for a mind-blowing high.
Green Gelato Automatic: An Insanely Potent Auto
Green Gelato Automatic is the autoflowering version of a legendary cannabis variety. At RQS, we decided it was time to make Green Gelato genetics available to beginner growers and auto lovers. The original strain is the lovechild of Thin Mint Cookies and Sunset Sherbet. It's one of the most aromatic strains available and produces monstrous levels of THC. Our breeders infused this specimen with ruderalis genetics to make her easier to grow and faster to flower.
EFFECT, FLAVOUR, AND AROMA
Green Gelato Automatic contains both sativa and indica genetics. Her effects can be felt in the body and mind simultaneously. Don't underestimate her! Most autoflowering varieties produce relatively low THC levels in comparison to their photoperiod counterparts. Green Gelato Automatic is an exception to this rule. In fact, with a THC content of 24%, she's one of the most potent autoflowering strains you can find.
A couple of hits is all it takes to feel the full force of this cultivar. She sends the mind into overdrive and makes a perfect smoke when writing, painting, or doing anything creative. She's also an excellent social strain for parties and events, and makes conversing easier than ever.
The strain also boasts medicinal properties, taking the edge off pain, elevating mood, and raising appetite. Her buds emit pungent scents of citrus and offer incredible tastes of sweetness and earthiness.
GROWING GREEN GELATO AUTOMATIC
Green Gelato Automatic is super easy to grow. She's a great introductory strain. Beginners just need to be wary of her potency! She's easy to manage and won't grow any taller than 120cm. Growers can expect an impressive harvest in as little as 70 days after germination. She produces tall and narrow colas that glisten with trichomes. Plants grown indoors offer a yield of around 450g/m², whereas outdoor plants produce approximately 100g per plant.