The fastest Gorilla Glue on the market
Early Gorilla info:
- Genetics: Gorilla Glue #4 x Early Maroc
- Genotype: Indica/Sativa
- Type: Outdoor
- Scent and taste: Earthy, fresh, floral
- Effect: Relaxing, pleasant
- Outdoor harvest: Late August - early September
- Yield: 450-550g/plant
- THC content: 20%
We're proud to introduce our own version of the renowned Gorilla Glue #4, world famous and highly acclaimed for its awesome resin production and potent effect.
To create Early Gorilla we pollinated the GG#4 clone with our reversed Early Maroc, combining its extremely early flowering with the traits that have made the GG#4 one of the most sought-after strains on the market.
Recommended for outdoor and guerrilla growers, ideal for beginners. Not recommended for indoor cultivation.
Growth is vigorous with a nice number of side branches and average internodal spacing. Easy to grow, it is perfect as fast strain for outdoor farms and homegrowers due to its natural resistance to moulds and pests, also to its low nutritional needs.
Bloom starts quite early and ends by late August (Northern hemisphere), before the feared autumn rains come. With regard to nutrients, we strongly recommend to use organic fertilisers in order to get a more complex and intense terpene range.
The astounding amount of glandular trichomes delights all lovers of resin concentrates, who are rewarded with excellent quality and impressive yields. A sure bet also considering that it is harvested in summer and produces up to 550g/plant!
Taste and effects
The scent and taste of Early Gorilla perfectly reflects the GG#4 genetics, with intense earthy and fresh notes complemented by floral and citric (mandarin) hints from the Early Maroc parent.
The effect is felt almost immediately, relaxing and intense, ideal to combat stress and also eating or sleeping disorders, as happens with other mostly indica genetics.
Opinions and questions (2)
Hi, Gorilla Glue should have a average THC Count of 25%+.......how come you say only 20%? Thank you
24-01-2019 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
20% is an average, some plants will surely reach 25%.