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Green Mountain Grape

breed by Green Mountain Seeds

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Basic / Breeders Info

Green Mountain Grape is a mostly sativa variety from Green Mountain Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±65 days ), outdoors and in the greenhouse. Green Mountain Seeds’ Green Mountain Grape is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Green Mountain Seeds’ Green Mountain Grape Description

Green mountain Grape is a 90% Sativa Hybrid Oaxacan Gold Purple line X Purple Nepali Sativa X proprietary strain.

This is a totally new to market place genetic offered only through G.M.S., indoor/outdoor Green Mountain Grape Variety Is unique to Vermontman’s Rare selections.

The Fragrance is overwhelmingly mouth watering Green Welches Grape Juice or fresh really ripe green grapes, starting heavy from mid flower on.

Indoors under red heavy LED grow lights the buds fatten up along the whole stem forming long solid purple colas that come in from 8 to 9 weeks.

Green mountain Grape is also spectacular for outdoor grows, coming in amazingly fast from the end of August to Mid Sept. Though the bud coloring is far less purple outdoors, because she comes in well before the cold weather sets. She sometimes grows with fuchsia pistils and the plants have purplish/blueish hue with burgundy coloring running up the stems.

The plants structure is upright and are largely self supporting, but with some stretch from the heavy Sativa influence, the tight buds form densely up the whole stem, making manicuring a breeze.

Botrytis: Outside, medium, sensitive to unusually wet late season weather, but can be harvested early because of the great bud density without much detriment to quality. 2018 was wettest on record and bud loss outdoors was about 2%
Mildew: High
Mite: High
Culture Ease: Easy but does better with organics, or light nutes.
Outdoors: Very early, from the end of August to mid Sept.
Indoors: 8 to 9 weeks The Sativa can bring on some stretch but moderate.
THC: Very High, not tested, up to 19%?
Fragrance: grape, fruit, floral candy

Taste: Spicy, sweet ,floral, grape.
High: The effects can be very introspective and socially upbeat, with laughter inducing thoughts. The buzz can be enjoyed all day due to having no ceiling to the high. An extremely pleasant ride with an easy come down and no burn out.

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Sour Grape

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Different from the Gage Green Grape Stomper which was renamed “Sour Grapes” by Blue Sky Collective in Oakland, this cut is from Apothecary Genetics and is their Grape Ape crossed with a Sour Diesel. The hybrid produces larger nugs than the Ape and demonstrates the hybrid vigor one would expect from such a cross. The mottled purple coloration and tangy sour grape-meets flowers aroma is immediately enticing to users, while the flavor and potent effects keep them coming back for more.

Sour Grape has shown promise in relief of digestive problems, nausea, anxiety, and moderate muscle tension. It also stimulates the appetite quite a bit while improving mood in an even-handed manner, making it suitable for patients seeking versatile relief for either day or night.


Grape Ape x Sour Diesel


Bred by Apothecary Genetics from their Grape Ape mother, this strain is often confused with “Sour Grapes”, an alternate name for Gage Green Genetics’ “Grape Stomper”, an entirely different cross. This confusion has not stopped either strain from gaining major popularity in both the California and Colorado medical markets.


Like its parent strain Grape Ape, Sour Grapes tends to be a mottled purple rather than turning entirely purple, with a collection of soft almost pastel-like colors blending into a harmonious whole. The nugs are of medium density thanks to a bit of Sativa influence added from the Diesel, but they still mostly retain the Grape Ape shape and overall structure. Trichome coverage is above average but there is still enough room to let the color shine through (it doesn’t look white to the naked eye).


An engaging mix of the two parent strains, Sour Grapes has a fairly soft grape sweetness in the bag but blows up into a complex sour fruit aroma with hints of flowers and incense lingering in the background. It doesn’t tend to have outward Diesel elements, but the added sharpness can definitely be detected among the Grape-dominant package of smells.


Sweet and sour grape dominates the flavor, and the Diesel takes a definite backseat, never really being picked up except in that the taste is unlike the standard Grape Ape. It has an expansive, thick smoke which can often cause coughing.


As would be expected with the parental lineage, the effects feel almost like a 50/50 hybrid of Indica and Sativa, with both seemingly coexisting peacefully rather than pulling the patient one way then another. A balanced mix of facial and head effects blend with a buzzing body that tends to be most comfortable when immobile, resulting in a relaxed but mentally-aware state that is suitable and fairly productive for sedentary mental tasks, but not particularly suited to more strenuous activity. It hits hard early on and then peters out quite a bit after the hour mark, converting into more of a base relaxation but still retaining mental clarify and not reaching into the heavy, sleepy end of the Indica spectrum.

Grow Medium

A robust plant, Sour Grape branches well and responds positively to SCROG setups but can also be grown untopped for a fairly large single cola and moderate side growth. This plant can take fairly heavy feedings and grows equally well in soil or hydroponic setups.

Different from the Gage Green Grape Stomper which was renamed "Sour Grapes" by Blue Sky Collective in Oakland, this cut is from Apothecary Genetics and is their Grape Ape crossed with a Sour Diesel