Chocolope by DNA Genetics is a cross between OG Chocolate Thai and Cannalope Haze. The result is a 95% pure sativa with a flowering time of 8-9 weeks. The sweet chocolate flavor combined with an amazing high makes this strain a favorite by many smokers worldwide. By growers too by the way, simply because she's easy to grow! Winner of multiple awards.
|Genetics||95% sativa - 5% indica|
|Parents||OG Chocolate Thai x Cannalope Haze|
|Flowering period||8-9 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||DNA Genetics|
DNA Genetics developed a solid sativa, coined as Chocolope. This cultivar has won at least ten awards! That's crazy! The delicious chocolate flavor derives from an OG Chocolate Thai female, while the short flowering time and potency originate from a Cannalope Haze male. Try this new-school chocolate delight. Go on, it's ok to indulge once in a while.
This 95% sativa-dominant strain finishes flowering between 8-9 weeks. Don't rush her; cannabis plants need their time to develop all the necessary cannabinoids and terpenes that will please all your senses.
After you harvest Chocolope, you'll experience about 600g/m² of buds, filling up your curing space. Outdoors, you’ll most likely encounter even higher yields, so make space! Beware of the potential heights! Use topping techniques to make Chocolope bushier. You can also ScrOG the Chocolope to contain the heights.
Speaking of space, the magnificent high induced by Chocolope will guide you through time and space. Yo'll feel as though you are absorbing wisdom, known only to keepers of the universe. With its skyrocketing THC-levels, the potency of the high will get you super lifted!
The cannabis plant has become a global phenomenon. The medical effects have been known for thousands of years and the recreational highs have been enjoyed by people from all walks of life. The history of how this plant has spread worldwide also reveals just how integral it has been in society.
Thai strains made their first appearance in the Western world in the 1960s and became an instant success. The 1960s, 1970s and 1980s are dead and gone, but Thai strains are still present to this day; due to the notoriously long flowering period of pure Sativas mostly in hybrids.