OG Chocolate Thai x Cannalope Haze Coffee, chocolate, earthy & fruity undertoneIndoor yield: 21 oz. Outdoor yield: 32 oz.Flowering time: 9-10 weeksIndica: 5% Sativa: 95%THC: 20% CBD: 0.21%
Chocolope weed is the perfect haven for all coffee lovers looking for a mood-uplifter, energizing and stress-relieving ingredient. An unmatched seed mix offering one-of-a-kind experience of cold brew coffee, dark chocolate and vanilla flavours. A morning-time favourite beverage ingredient for its rich, flavourful and mouth-watering taste profile.
Choclope has gained a loyal client base for its roasted, coffee-like fragrance. Earthy essence, well-blended mix and a feeling of freshly crushed coffee flavour serves as an add-on.
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"Chocolope, sometimes referred to as D-Line, is an almost entirely sativa hybrid with a very complex taste profile. Breeder DNA Genetics (who may also be responsible for stabilizing the strain Headband) created Chocolope as a cross between flavorful favorite Chocolate Thai and Cannalope Haze. The result is a dynamic, energizing sativa that has won over many followers.Chocolate is a more unusual taste in the portfolio of cannabis varieties -- landrace parent strain Chocolate Thai may have achieved this flavor through some combination of terpene production and terroir, picking up nutrients from the fertile soil also used to grow coffee. Chocolate Thai was extremely popular in the U.S. in the 1980s. Similarly, Chocolope has won several honors in the High Times Cannabis Cup and the High Life Cup, and was featured on the cover of High Times magazine as Strain of the Year in 2007. In early 2019, CannaFrost, Alaskan producer and processor, provided us with samples that tested at 23.84% THC. This latest record is nearly two percent higher than previous tests.
Chocolope has some peculiarities that may make it a difficult strain for beginners to cultivate. As with many other purer sativas, plants can be very tall. But although outdoor environments can provide all the necessary vertical space, the strain is prone to mold, meaning that growers will need to keep a close eye on growing conditions, especially in humid areas. Indoor cultivation allows for more climate control, but presents the problem of space. That said, growers can tame the exceptional height of these plants by bending and pruning stems early in the vegetative stage. Whether indoors or outdoors, growers who supplement the plants’ feeding regimen with nutrient mixes may find that Chocolope plants have an exceptional thirst, showing signs of nutrient deficiency until properly fed. Finally, this strain has a very long flowering time. Parent strain Chocolate Thai is responsible for this lag, with a notoriously long flowering period of 14 weeks: the crossing of Chocolate Thai with Cannalope Haze allows Chocolope to have a shorter, although still significant flowering time of 10 to 12 weeks. When grown outdoors, Chocolope reaches maturity and is ready for harvest in late October to early November. This extended flowering period can be worth the wait: Chocolope may yield as much as 60 grams (or 2 ounces) per square foot.
The bracing cerebral properties of Chocolope make it a great wake and bake strain. It may be a happy accident that this variety’s flavors of cantaloupe and cocoa are a perfect fit for a breakfast meal! Low-key nighttime use of Chocolope is discouraged, as its energy and potency can have counterproductive effects on the sleep cycle. On the other hand, it makes a great social lubricant and its novelty scent and taste are bound to turn some heads. Chocolope is a great example of how crossbreeding genetically-perfected landrace strains can yield a product that is as powerful as it is aesthetically appealing.
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