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Savor the sweet coffee candy bar flavors of Chocolope Auto!
Chocolope Auto is an outstanding Sativa autoflower with countless harvest awards thanks to its distinct milk chocolate flavor. Bred from Chocolate Thai and Cannalope Haze, Chocolope auto brings out the best of both. Chocolope auto's heavy buds taste like cacao, sweet coffee, and earthy notes. Fans of this legendary Sativa love its intense flavors. You may also fall in love with its flavor too!
|Breeder||East Coast Seed Co.|
|Genetics||Chocolate thai x Cannalope Haze|
|Yield||Up to 500g/m2 indoors
Up to 300g per plant outdoors
|Flowering Time||Three months|
|Harvest||90 days from the seed|
|Taste||Cacao chocolate, earthy expresso,
Additionally, this chocolate classic is easy to grow and manage. In just 80 days, you can expect an excellent yield of delicious dessert buds. The yields average around 500 grams per meter squared or 17.6 oz per 3x3ft. As for resin, this strain packs a strong punch. Harvesting the chocolate bud releases a beautiful fondue of delicious aroma that'll satisfy your sweet tooth.
Growing Chocolope Auto
Start by choosing Durban Poison autoflower hemp seeds that are of good quality. Next, look for dark-colored seeds that feel heavy for their size. We've already done this for you!
Next, you'll have to get your grow space ready. The best environment for Durban Poison hemp plants is warm, damp, and has a lot of light. The ideal is a grow tent or greenhouse. Once your growing space is ready, you can start planting your seeds. Fill small pots with good potting soil and put one seed in each jar. Cover the seed with a thin layer of soil, then water it until it is wet.
Keep the soil moist but not soaked, and the temperature should be between 70 and 85 F. Autoflowering Durban Poison hemp plants don't need a particular light cycle. Instead, they will flower independently after a specific time, usually 8 to 10 weeks.
As the plants grow, keep a close eye on them and give them any extra nutrients or help they might need. Then, when the plants are ready to be picked, you can cut them down and let the buds dry for a few days before putting them away.