While the breeder of this strain is unknown, its parents are Pineapple and Master Kush. The buds are brown/green in color and covered with amber crystals. With a THC content of up to 15% and CBD of 0.14%, the buzz is commonly described as cerebral, with a light body sensation.
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.
If you are looking for a strain that offers great taste, a sweet smell and a very relaxing head high, i would recommend smoking this strain more towards the night time. 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.
An indoor grow will reach a height of somewhere between 70 and one 120 centimeters if grown inside. With an outdoor grow you should expect between 120 and 180 centimeters if grown outside .This strain will typically produce a yield of about 500 g 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 7 or 8 weeks under normal circumstances. If you grow outside on the other hand, the best time to harvest your plant would be the end of September.
Pineapple Kush’s true origins are not known but it comes from California and most know it to be a cross between Pineapple and Master Kush. The strain requires between 63 and 77 days to finish flowering.