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San Bacio Gelato Humboldt & Sherbinski

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4 months ago
Indoor
Room Type
100%
Soil
Grow medium
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Grow Conditions
Week 1
Vegetation
4
inch
cm
Height
1.57
inch
cm
Height
18 hrs
Light Schedule
26
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
79
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6.2
pH
65%
Air Humidity
50
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
19.69
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
0.01
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
0.04
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
Nutrients
ml/l
ml/gal
tsp/gal
Nutriments Organics Big Plants
246.45 ml/gal
Mycorhize endo
9.86 ml/gal
Nutriments Big Start Organics
18.93 ml/gal
Nutriments Power Plant Organics
3.79 ml/gal
ml/l
ml/gal
tsp/gal
Commented by Djesus Djesus
7 months ago

News Variety Sab Bacio Gelato By Humboldt Seeds & Sherbinski

Day 7

Light Schedule 18/6

Lamp TS1000 @marshydro #marshydro # marsts1000

Power 150 Watts

Feeding Organics Nutrients

Feminized
Genotype 75% Indica / 25% Sativa
CrossbreedBacio Gelato x 3 Kings BHB
Recommended cultivation Indoors and outdoors
Flowering indoors 60-67 days
Indoor yield 450-550 g / m2
Outdoor harvestMid-October
Outdoor yield 3000-4000 g / plant
Outdoor height 3-4 m
THC20-25%
CBD0.1%

A must-see icon in California
The emblematic variety of one of the best Californian breeders
San Bacio Gelato has strong and vigorous vegetative growth, with a compact structure with typical Indica leaves. Its sturdy, prominent side branches produce very uniform and dense buds, leading to high flower production in the second and third layers of the upper part. The resin production is very high during the last weeks of flowering. In addition, its extremely complex terpene profile will be expressed by an intense scent of berries, cinnamon and black pepper, accompanied by sweet notes of lemon zest, pine bark and earth. It is a strain obtained from one of the most famous breeders in the modern cannabis industry. An essential seed in any quality collection.

Genetics full of life
Flexible, solid and homogeneous
The development of San Bacio Gelato is extremely energetic, compact and with strong side branches, which is why she will need a richer diet than others, while keeping a moderate nitrogen supply in order to maintain her dark green color. It will grow well in dry or humid climates, since this plant will be very versatile in this area. Unlike others, she won't need extra supports to help her out, but a simple late bloom trellis won't hurt her. In order for the light to reach the lower parts, it is recommended to manicure the upper layers during the first, third and sixth week of flowering. Pruning should also be restricted at the second and third layers as the plant will also develop bulky buds on the lower branches. In order to maximize the space of the upper area of ​​the plant, it is recommended to place around 6-9 plants per m2. Outdoors, a simple trellis will suffice, but you will need to remove the leaves at the end of flowering for the light to penetrate properly.

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