Pineapple Chunk has excellent resistance to mould and plant diseases, and although it is recommended to be grown indoors, it will also grow well outdoors or in greenhouses. Indoors will yield up to 650 gr/m 2 in a flowering time of between 55 – 60 days and reach a height of approximately one meter tall. Outdoors in the northern hemisphere, it will be ready to harvest by the end of September.
Pineapple Chunk is a 3-way hybrid cannabis strain with Pineapple, Cheese, and Skunk #1 genetics. A potent indica strain with complex tastes.
The taste profile is quite extraordinary, with each of its 3 ancestors having a singular taste. Definite Pineapple ripples support intense tastes of both Cheese and Skunk in the long after-taste. Its THC production is also remarkable, being measured at 25% with 1.1% CBD. Prepare yourself for a full, stony body high that has profound couch-lock qualities.
Hows Pineapple Chunk Grows
Pineapple Chunk Taste, Smell, and Effect
We recommend to watch your space with this strain, that can grow up to 1.4m, so make sure you’ve got the proper space to accommodate her. Watch the pH levels, and feed her adequately. Other than this, Pineapple Express is an easy-going plant and a great idea for those new growers looking for fruity relief.
Made up of rich green bud undermined by the dense crystals covering it. Letting off strong fruity smells combined with its stickiness, makes you wonder whether the buds haven’t been soaked in a fruit smoothie before even being harvested.
Wholesome with uplifting effects. With approximately 20% THC, it has a balanced high that won’t knock you out, leave you couch-locked or paranoid or anxious. Instead, it will take you aboard its train; relaxing and yet simultaneously stimulating. Great for a musical epiphany, writer’s block, or any other artistic inspiration.
A vibrant rich green Christmas tree-like plant, with dense bud growths dotted around its stem and branches. Pineapple Express grows tall, sometimes reaching up to 1.4m in height! So if you want to let her grow to her full potential, give this baby the space she needs to stretch and expect full maturity around week 9-10.
The plant will let off a strong sweet odor, far from unpleasant, and almost perfume-like. The taste will mirror this, sweet tastes that may not be as overwhelming as the smell but still very distinctive; tropical, sweet flavors, fruity, and sour hints of pineapple.