Do you like dessert? Then you’ll love Dolato. This sweet and creamy strain is known for helping you unwind into a long, relaxing evening. The sedated, no-stress head high is the perfect match to the relaxed body buzz, delivering an overall peaceful feeling. If you like things chilled-out and tasty, Dolato is about to become your new favorite strain.
|Sativa/Indica %||Indoor Yield||Outdoor Yield||Flowering Period|
|30%/70%||14-16 ounces per square yard||18 ounces per plant||8-9 weeks indoors, mid-October outdoors|
Dolato is an excellent blend of two great marijuana strains, Do-Si-Do and Gelato. Their offspring is an indica/sativa hybrid with pleasant, long-lasting effects. You may see it called Do-si-lato or Dosi-lato in other Dolato strain review articles. However, they are all the same. Sweet, powerful, and relaxing is the trademark of this strain.
Delivering a smooth hitting experience with a light buzz, Dolato provides a feeling of calm relaxation and peaceful euphoria. Great for mood boosts and brainstorming; you’ll notice focus, energy, and peace. This strain is best enjoyed in the afternoon or evening hours.
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Information about Dolato Strain:
|ORIGIN||Do-Si-Do and Gelato|
|FRAGRANCE||Clean, earthy, herbal, sweet|
|FLAVORS||Mild, earthy, berry, sweet|
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||8-9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||mid-October|
|THC CONTENT %||29%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||70%/30%|
|INDOOR YIELD||14-16 ounces per square yard|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||18 ounces per plant|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Dolato strain effects start with a heavy buzz that comes on smoothly. The buzz feels light and airy, so much that you almost don’t notice its euphoria until you’re completely buzzed. Great for mood boosts and brainstorming; it provides focus, energy, and relaxation.
Meanwhile, the body buzz will keep you relaxed all night long. The feeling moves from your forehead into your body until every limb relaxes. Soon your hands and feet will be tingling, and you’ll have nothing else to do but melt into the couch for the rest of the evening.
The very high THC content (29%) goes after feelings of depression and chronic pain. Some say this energetic high knocks out fatigue, cramps, and muscle spasms as well. Dolato is one of those strains that’s loved by many, regardless of their reasons for using it.
Unlike its parent, the Dolato strain isn’t an incredibly potent plant when it comes to fragrance. Most people report the smell as clean and earthy, with a lightly herbal undertone. It’s sweet but profoundly plant-like.
The first time I grew Dolato seeds, I was amazed by the large harvest I made! In just 8 weeks, I got 16 ounces of beautiful flowers. While we don’t sell this strain yet, you’ll certainly find seeds similar to Dolato in our seed shop.
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Dolato’s flavor is a little richer than its subtle scent. It’s still mild and earthy, with some light berry notes to round out the experience. The sweet aftertaste of the Dolato strain help makes this strain even more desirable.
Dolato is an excellent strain due to its potency. However, for that same reason, those new to Dolato strain effects should start slowly with small amounts. Once you become familiar with the high, feel free to indulge. Side effects include the common cottonmouth and dry eyes, which easily go away by drinking some water. Excessive amounts of this strain can cause dizziness, anxiety, a jittery feeling, or paranoia. As a result, those consuming Dolato weed should pace themselves to avoid overdoing it.
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Growing Dolato plants is not hard at all. While new growers must learn how to maintain the right temperature and humidity level, in general, it’s a fairly easy grow. The plant tends to get very bushy, so you may want to consider trimming it, especially if you are growing it indoors. You’ll also need to provide plenty of airflow. Prune your plant early in its vegetative stage, once its indica genes begin to kick in, for the best results.
Dolato plants respond well to training. Use high-stress training can help your harvest reach its full potential. Many people also find that the Screen of Green (ScroG) growing method helps Dolato weed plants reach their full potential.
The Dolato cannabis plant grows large and strong in no time. It’s relatively hardy when it comes to pests and mildew, so humidity is less of a problem than it is with some other indica strains. Expect strong branches and sturdy plants inside and out. While this is great for getting a large harvest, it does make the actual harvest a little tricky. You’ll need sharper tools to harvest these buds than you might with other strains.
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Dolato marijuana grows well indoors, where it’s easy to maintain its preferred conditions. When planted indoors, Dolato is ready for harvest in about eight to nine weeks, and you can expect a yield of 14-16 ounces per square yard.
Outdoor growers in the northern hemisphere can expect the harvest by mid-October. In a Mediterranean climate, you can expect up to 18 ounces of beautiful flowers plant.
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FAQ About Dolato Strain
Dolato yields 14-16 ounces per square yard indoors and 18 ounces per plant outdoors.
It contains 29% THC.
Dolato was created from a mix between Do-Si-Do and Gelato.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Dolato? Tell me about your favorite marijuana strain to grow in the comments below.
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