The 60% Sativa genetics in Gorilla Girl push to THC level up to an average range of between 19% and 25%. Even though it’s 40% Indica, it’s still fairly light on CBD, having an average of 0.1%. This strain is a perfectly reasonable choice for daytime use.
Gorilla Girl has an indoor flowering time of about 9 weeks and an outdoor harvest time of about late September. In principle, it will grow quite happily either indoors or outdoors. In practice, indoor growing gives you complete control over the growing environment. But outdoor growing means you can really let your plants grow and so get maximum harvest. Depending on your weather the choice may be yours. This strain is robust, but definitely prefers life in the warm and dry. In northern Europe growing indoors is the way to go. At the very least make sure your plants are out of the way of the wind and rain.
If you opt to grow Gorilla Girl indoors, then you may be able to keep its height down as low as half a metre, although realistically 1M to 1.5M would be much more likely. Outdoors, you’re looking at a minimum of 1.5M and if conditions are good, this strain can easily reach as much as 2.5 metres in height. This significant variation can make it difficult to give accurate indicators of yield since so much will depend on how tall the plant was around to grow. We’d say that indoors you should expect anything between 400 and 550g/m2 and outdoors anything between 350g/per plant to 600g/per plant.
We’ve classed Gorilla Girl as moderately difficult to grow as it is not only a photoperiod strain, but a fairly tall one at that. It also likes to spread outwards as well as upwards, so again, take this into consideration when planning your growing space. Also remember that the Gorilla Glue genetics mean that Gorilla Girl produces a lot of resin and a fairly powerful odour, especially later in flowering.
The flavour of Gorilla Girl is based on solid earth with touches of wood for sweetness and citrus for freshness.
Indoors and outdoors
Gorilla Glue X Girl Scout Cookies