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Pineapple Kush

breed by Royal Queen Seeds

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Basic / Breeders Info

Pineapple Kush is a mostly indica variety from Royal Queen and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±53 days ) and outdoors . Royal Queens Pineapple Kush is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

Royal Queens Pineapple Kush Description

Pineapple Kush may be a cross between two very popular strains, but the popularity it has amassed is as a result of the expert blending of those two strains. Whilst it is sometimes mistaken for Pineapple Express because both share a tropical taste reminiscent of pineapple.

This strain stands out because of the high potency that it possesses as a result of being bred from the well-known OG Kush strain; although it isn’t quite as strong as the original, this strain certainly offers quite a considerable mental high.

The indica heavy blend of this strain, and the high CBD:THC ratio that comes as a result of that, means that it is an excellent choice for customers who are looking for something to help with anxiety or other related problems, like migraines, PMS or general stress. The strain has also been praised for having a positive effect on people who have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or a reduced appetite. This effect that this plant offers is predominantly a head high but also offers some effect on the body – one of the primary appeals of this particular plant is its capacity as a relaxation aid for medical purposes. Combined with a tropical flavour and smell that make it appealing to seasoned smokers and non-smokers alike, these cannabis seeds will produce a plant that is a good fit for a range of purposes and customers.

One of the most attractive aspects of the strain is it’s sweet taste, which whilst being quite heavy on the pineapple (as you might imagine), it has been described as having some light mint or vanilla flavour. Smokers have detected notes of caramel amongst the tropical aroma – the fruity scent of this strain is rather strong. As mentioned earlier, as OG Kush is well known as one of the strongest strains of cannabis, this fruity twist on kush does retain some of that strength – although it’s physical effect is far less pronounced than its parent plant. The mental effects are somewhat comparable, though, making it a very appealing prospect for someone who is looking for a cerebral experience without so much of a physical effect.

A well grown plant will reach a height of somewhere between seventy and one hundred and twenty centimetres if grown inside, and between one hundred and twenty and one hundred and twenty centimetres if grown outside. Plants will typically produce a yield of about half a kilogram per square meter if you are growing indoors or per plant (once dried) if you are growing outdoors. These seeds have been feminized, meaning that your plants will all flower, which will happen after seven or eight weeks under normal circumstances. If you are planning to grow outside, the best time to harvest your plant would be the end of September.

If you are looking for a strain that offers great taste, a sweet smell and a very relaxing head high, Pineapple Kush may be just the ticket. Certainly, fans of the strain would tell you that if you were ever to have the opportunity to try it, this is a strain not to be missed.

THC: 18%
CBD: Low
Yield Indoor: 500-550gr m2
Yield Outdoor: 500-550 grams per plant dried
Height Indoor: 70-120 cm
Height Outdoor: 120-180 cm
Flowering time: 7-8 weeks
Harvest month: Late September
Genetic background: Pineapple x O.G. Kush
Type: Sativa: 20% Indica: 80%
Effect: High (sweet taste)

Where to buy Pineapple Kush cannabis seeds?

Pineapple Kush from Royal Queen Seeds is available only as feminized seeds. Regular seeds are not available at the moment. In 15 seedbanks, we found 59 offers between EUR 8.08 for 1 feminized seed and EUR 384.35 for 50 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Pineapple Kush Cannabis Seeds from Royal Queen Seeds somewhere – have a look to our Pineapple Kush Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Pineapple Kush offers: Royal Queen Seeds, Herbies Head Shop, Cannapot Hanfshop, canna-seed.com, Samenwahl.com, Canna-Seed Seed Shop, Oaseeds, Alchimia Grow Shop, Seeds24.at, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, PEV Seeds Bank, Hanfoase & Stecklingsexpress, Zamnesia, Indras Planet GmbH and Amsterdam Seed Center.

Pineapple Kush Gallery

Here you see the latest Pineapple Kush photos, uploaded from our users! Altogether we’ve collected 7 pictures from Royal Queens Pineapple Kush, check out our Pineapple Kush gallery to view them all.

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This is not an easy-to grow strain at least on the outdoors. She needs a lot of space, a lot of defoliation, a lot of nutrients, a lot of care but is not assured that she will reward.

She has faced easily heat waves, rain, strong wind, pests.

Very resistant to mites and aphids, has a poor

resistance to bud and stem rot (the weather was dry). I’ve analysed the stem after the cut and I’ve found a large portion at the base of the stem heavily damaged by rot. This is why the three involved branches looked paler. However, these branches reacted by anticipating ripening and frighteningly increasing the production of resin. Unfortunately this damn plant was incredibly leafy and I didn’t notice anything.
She has a great LTS attitude but needs to be topped indoors and needs continuous and careful defoliation.

Flowering starts too late and lasts as expected.

The quality and the shape of the buds is very high although the plant was cut too early. They are very dense and resinous.

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