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Pineapple Haze

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Pineapple Haze is a regular sativa-dominant cross between Skunk#1, Afghan and Old School Haze. The crop reaches an impressive size of 600-700 g / m2 in 70 days. The variety can also be grown outdoors, in Sunny and warm climates. Then the yield will be 1500 g / plant.
The strain tolerates any climatic conditions well. It is quite hardy, copes well with moisture and mold, and is suitable even for inexperienced growers. The smoke brings a delicious aroma and taste of pineapple. The strain gives a brain sativa effect, lifts the mood and brings euphoria. Pineapple Haze helps fight anxiety and stress.
Gender Regular
Genes 70% Indica / 30% Sativa
Genetics Afghan X Skunk #1 X Old School Haze
Harvest 600 g/m²
Flowering 60 - 65 days
THC 24.0%
CBD 1.8%
Room Type Indoor
Room Type Outdoor
Room Type Greenhouse
Release Year2018

Statistics

32.2
g/plant
0 oz
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Harvest Weight
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Tastes & Effects

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Energetic
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Euphoric
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Relaxed
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Organic_Herbalist Apprentice
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Pineapple Haze
Resistance
Strong
Growing it
Easy
Higher grown than the other varieties with large medium hard buds.
In terms of strength, I would classify her in midfield.
Very fruity reminiscent of the taste and smell really a pineapple.
Also very resistant and easy to grow.
Since using regular seeds I have had no problems with diseases and pests.
In my opinion, definitely a variety for day and night.
1 year ago

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