Gastropop is marked by standout colors and multi-layered scents — this is strain with more consumer “bag appeal” than most. Flowers are large and have a dense bud structure with tightly-curled leaves. The leaves themselves are a deep green, with certain phenotypes expressing shades of purple and even red, with copper-colored pistils throughout. Crystal count varies from moderate to high, leaving the flowers especially sticky. The multicolored leaves are also very pungent: a candy-like grape smell wafts from the chunky flowers. Breaking open the sticky flowers with a grinder gives off a different odor, with some skunky musk from its Grape Gas parent.
Many love to grow Gastropop at home as she makes an excellent strain to grow for beginners, but no matter what her final outcome, you’ll be pleased to see how manageable she is even for newer cultivators. Keep in mind that plants can get quite tall, so if you’re growing indoors, height management techniques will be your friend.
Ready for your next home cultivation project? Gastropop is ready and waiting, with a plant that will produce a nice yield inside and a stellar yield outdoors. A hearty strain with long branches and a relatively short 7 to 9 week flowering time, this little lady has won the hearts of many. While seeds are available online, the strain can be difficult to locate in general, so if you’re able to produce a decent yield, get ready to become everyone’s best friend.
Apples & Bananas x Grape Gasoline
Indoor: 6-8wks Outdoor: Late-October
50% Indica, 50% Sativa
10 Seeds, 100 Seeds, 1000 Seeds, 300 seeds