Grape Gas strain

Passing gas is rarely appreciated. Unless, of course, you’re passing a joint of the Grape Gas strain. Also known as Grape Gasoline, this cultivar has harbored many fans in the cannabis world – and just as many imitators. So what is it that makes the Grape Gas weed strain so appealing?

The ILGM research team does its best to keep all information up to date, but some details are not yet available. 

Grape Gas strain genetics

Though generic versions of Grape Gas exist, sources say the original comes from a collaboration between Cannarado Genetics and Compound Genetics. The two renowned breeders developed the Grape Gas cannabis strain using two grade A cultivars from their own stock: Grape Pie and Jet Fuel Gelato.

Colorado-based Cannarado Genetics created Grape Pie by combining Cherry Pie and Grape Stomper. It’s an indica-dominant (70:30) hybrid with a mid-to-high THC content of around 20%. Grape Pie delivers a super chilled body buzz, euphoric head highs, and a sweet and spicy flavor. It’s relatively easy to grow, although it prefers warmer Mediterranean climates. 

Jet Fuel Gelato from Portland-based Compound Genetics comes from a cross between Jet Fuel and High Octane. It’s a balanced hybrid with high levels of THC (around 23%) and powerful effects to match. The high comes on hard and fast with a focused, uplifted buzz.

When comparing Grape Gas strain prices, double-check the genetics, as some cultivars with this name have different parents from the original. One such cultivar crosses The Truth with a blend of OG Chem and Granddaddy Purple. And be careful not to mistake it for Grape Gas #7, a hybrid from True Canna Genetics with a very different lineage.

Grape Gas strain attributes:
ORIGINGrape Pie, Jet Fuel Gelato
EFFECTSRelaxation, energy, euphoric
FLAVORSSweet berry, diesel
ADVERSE REACTIONSDry, red eyes, cottonmouth
MEDICALPain, insomnia, appetite
FLOWERING TIME60 – 70 days
THC CONTENT %18% – 22%
INDICA/SATIVA %50% – 50%
INDOOR YIELD8-24 oz (Photoperiod)
1.7-4.2 oz (Autoflower)
OUTDOOR YIELD16-64 oz (Photoperiod)
1.7-7 oz (Autoflower)

Is Grape Gas strain indica or sativa?

The Grape Gas cannabis strain takes after its Jet Fuel Gelato parent, with no lean toward sativa or indica. This evenly balanced hybrid’s effects work equally on your mind and body, leaving you happy and relaxed. 

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Growing Grape Gas strain 

Sources say the Grape Gas weed strain grows easily indoors and outdoors, as well as in various climates. It has a strong natural resilience and lacks many finicky tendencies in other strains of this caliber. Grape Gas growers quickly, often jumping in size during the flowering stage. You may need additional support structures to help prevent your plant from breaking under its weight. 

The weed Grape Gas produces is bold and flashy and will certainly have you invited back to any smoking circle in no time. Its buds are dense in body and fragrance, giving off a notable pungency that becomes even more prevalent when the nuggets are crushed. The purple-tinted buds are drenched in a thick coating of trichome crystals likely to clog up grinders for many smokers worldwide. Consumers often favor strains like this for resin pressing due to their extremely high number of crystal trichomes.

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Grape Gas strain flowering time

When your Grape Gas marijuana strain plants are slowly budding and filling out, the anticipation of reaping your harvest-time rewards can have you feeling like a kid coming up to Christmas. As with many things in life, great things are worth waiting for, so expect an average of around 60-70 days if you’re running an indoor grow. Outdoors you can prepare for harvest in mid-October.   

Grape Gas strain autoflowering time

The autoflowering version of the Grape Gas strain, like most autoflowers, starts blooming very early. Because it doesn’t require light deprivation to start flowering, expect the first buds to appear after four to six weeks. Grape Gas strain autoflowers can be harvested after ten to fourteen weeks. That makes its (auto)flowering time between four and ten weeks long.

Grape Gas strain yield

The average yield of any cannabis plant depends on several factors, including the skill of the cultivator, growing conditions, strain genetics, and size and health of the plant. It also differs between photoperiod and autoflower plants. However, you can use general estimates as a potential yield per plant guideline. 

For photoperiod plants, this is 16-64 ounces (450-1814 grams) outdoors and 8-24 ounces (227-680 grams) indoors.

Check out our comprehensive list of the best 8 high yield strains (indoors and outdoors) to maximize your grow!

Grape Gas strain autoflower yield

The potential yield per plant for autoflowering plants is 1.7-7 ounces (50-200g) outdoors and 1.7-4.2 ounces (50-120 grams) indoors.

Grape Gas strain effects

Grape Gas is more than just a grower’s dream; it’s a sublime smoking experience perfect for chilled late afternoons and relaxing weekends. Grape Gas gives you a calm, relaxed high that’s still packed with creative energy and a euphoric buzz. Consumers say it’s also great for easing aches, pains, insomnia, and appetite issues. Many comments from Grape Gas strain reviews note the powerful munchies this weed induces, so be sure to plan ahead and have some snacks ready. 

How strong is Grape Gas strain?

The Grape Gas strain’s THC level ranges from 18% to 22%, making it a fair choice for veteran and newbie smokers. However, some side effects have been reported, such as dry, red eyes, cottonmouth, and in some cases, mild paranoia and headaches. So consume in moderation, especially if you have a low THC tolerance

If you want to learn how to properly grow your own Grape Gas, check out our Grow Bible by Robert Bergman!

Grape Gas strain terpenes

As you may expect from its name, Grape Gas has heavy notes of berries and fuel. Myrcene, caryophyllene, and limonene terpenes have a strong presence in both flavor and aroma, providing a smooth, flavorful smoke.

Aroma & Flavor

If you prefer sweet and stanky strains, you’ll enjoy the fragrance. Its boldly pungent aroma is made up of a dough-like sweetness mixed with a rich earthiness that gets even stronger when you crack open the buds.  

Flavor-wise, this delectable hybrid is hard to turn down and will have you returning for more. The taste of diesel is layered with a strong sweet berry flavor that becomes more prominent on the exhale.

Looking for the strains with the richest aromas? Here’s our comprehensive list of the best tasting strains you can grow at home.

Learn more about the Grape Gas strain

This collaborative effort of Cannarado and Compound Genetics is a testament to what people can achieve when they combine their skills and work together. The Grape Gas cultivar will be loved, enjoyed, and emulated for years to come, thus carving its place in cannabis culture. For more epic strains like this, check out our ILGM seed bank and sign up to stay in the know with the latest cannabis seed deals. So until next time, kids, always remember to pass the gas. 

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