Tips for Growing Purple Gelato
Purple Gelato, an uncommon strain that had previously been out of reach for most cannabis gardeners, is now available for home-growing. She is, nevertheless, a difficult strain to cultivate, requiring the wisdom and patience of expert growers to give her the appropriate care and attention.
Purple Gelato is an especially demanding feeder, so don’t scrimp on nutrition or she’ll do the same with her bud production. It’s also worth noting that the marijuana plant thrives in Mediterranean-style climates. To achieve the maximum results, only cultivate her in warm, humid locations with lots of sunshine.
Purple Gelato is a good fit for hydroponic gardening since it delivers nutrients straight to the roots, resulting in more robust growth and greater harvests. In contrast, organically cultivated soil improves the buds’ terpenes and tastes. Bat guano, wood ash, worm castings, and Epsom salts can all be used as natural additions for nourishment. Alternatively, growers may utilize a soilless medium such as coco coir or peat moss to grow this strain. Based on her size, 3 to 5-gallon containers are suitable for indoor use while 5–10 gallon pots are ideal for outside growing. These pot sizes are optimal for root development, encouraging better growth and crop production.
Lowering the temperature in the grow room by a few degrees during the flowering stage’s dark cycle will bring out Purple Gelato’s purple hues. The strain’s potent and terpene profile will not be altered by this enhancement in bag appeal. It simply makes her flower more attractive and, therefore, more desirable and salable.