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Grape ape weed for sale online worldwide
Grape ape weed for sale online worldwide.Possibly a sister phenotype of Granddaddy Purple and several of the other popular Purple strains that have floated around California for the better part of 15 years, Grape Ape is one of the most famous and beloved. Its rock hard buds smell of sweet grape incense and turn a mottled to deep royal purple by the time it finishes flowering. grape ape weed for sale online worldwide
Afghani x Skunk #1
There are a couple of different phenotypes of Grape Ape in existence — it’s unclear if some are S1 versions or simply mislabeled, but some phenotypes are completely purple and others (more commonly) are mottled green and purple. Grape Ape has rather large calyxes with moderate to high trichome coverage — it’s not quite as frosty as its possible cousin GDP, but most people enjoy the flavour more. The leaves are medium-wide and often turn from deep green to purple as flowering progresse.
Grape Ape has a sweet but still musky scent which has strong notes of grape Kool-Aid with background hints of nag champa incense.
A fairly direct translation of the aroma, the flavour is the same mix of grape sweetness and musky incense notes, offering both a fairly strong initial flavour and a lingering aftertaste.
Grape Ape starts off rather strongly, with a package of an eye and facial effects which signal the start of a rather potent experience. The early heady effects blend with a creeping body buzzing into a harmonious whole by 30-45 minutes, making Grape Ape feel like a true hybrid for the most part. As it progresses though, the more Indica side of the effects dominate and the mindstate becomes more sedate and meditative.
Grape Ape responds well to moderately heavy feeding and fourishes in both hydro or soil mediums. It’s a plant of short stature and grows most commonly as a small low-lying bush, responding well to topping but not normally needing it. Netting and other methods of keeping the canopy even will reward the grower with an even canopy of medium-sized but extremely dense flowers
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