San Bacio Gelato boasts a hardy and vigorous vegetative growth while maintaining a more compact structure supported by Indica-dominant fan leaves. Strong and prominent lateral branching creates very even bud development. Dense bud formation results in great flower production into secondary and third layers of canopy. Plants are highly resinous during the final weeks of the flowering period. The extremely complex terpene profile is expressed by sharp berry tones with cinnamon and spicy black pepper, accompanied by lemon peel and earthy pinewood undernotes. An absolute must for any collection from one of the most legendary breeders in the California cannabis industry.
Highly active and dense growth supported by aggressive lateral branching. Stronger feeding regimes are recommended though the plant is modest in the consumption of nitrogen to maintain its dark green expression. Great for both arid and humid climates thanks to high climatic versatility. Plants don't need an overwhelming amount of support but at least one layer of trellis is recommended to assist in final budding stages. Manicuring fan leaves from primary layers of the canopy will create deeper light penetration. Encouraged for the 1st, 3rd and 6th week of the flowering period. Minimal pruning in secondary and third layers of the canopy is necessary as bud sites maintain substantial development to the bottom of the stem. 6-9 plants per sq. meter are recommended to maximize canopy space. Outdoors, single cage support is sufficient though thinning of fan leaves is required for better penetration of light in later flowering stages.