40% Indica | 60% Sativa
indoor & outdoor
Lemon OG x Bruce Banner
Pineapple Poison is a Sativa dominant cannabis strain with a strong Sativa structure, her branches are strong and super solid. It’s a vigorous plant that is very easy to grow, both outdoor and indoor. The Sativa characteristics of the Dutch Passion Durban Poison are already quite visible during the growth cycle. During early veg, the plants may look a little more Indica than you might expect. The leaves can be very big and fat, the branching and plant structure is more Sativa dominant but doesn’t have the insanely high stretch that comes with pure Sativa’s.
She is easy to grow and the buds usually have a more Sativa appearance. Indoors she can reach between 1-1,5 meters, especially if left untrained. That’s why some bending and cropping techniques are recommended to keep a more even canopy and increase yields. There is also a phenotype to be found that has smaller buds but with an impressive amount of limonene in it making it a super fruity and zesty aroma. Most of the phenotypes have a complex aroma profile that range from fruity to sweet to herbal with that particular aniseed coming from the Durban. Something that isn’t easy to be find in most of the modern crosses.
Her plant structure is medium to large, she can become pretty big if grown well but her height is still somewhat easier to control. It’s a big plant with a medium internodal distance. The nodal distance on the lower parts of the branches can be a bit larger. The main blooms of the branches often grow into thick and chunky flowers. She has a medium stretch when the lights are flipped to 12/12. The flowers start to appear from week 2-3 in bloom. She needs about 8 weeks of flowering on average but some might be a bit faster and others a bit slower. Therefore, it’s safe to say that the flowering time will be in the 7-9 weeks range.
The genetics used to create Pineapple Poison guarantee the following traits:
A very vigorous Sativa strain with a fast-flowering time
A resilient plant which is suitable for both outdoor and indoor growing. She has strong stems with chunky flowers and a favourable calyx-to-leaf ratio
Pineapple Poison is easy to grow and very suitable to grow in a wide variety of growing conditions, making this an ideal strain for beginners or growers that operate in a climate or growing area that are not completely optimal
She is a strong and robust Sativa that doesn’t require a lot of experience or knowledge about nutrients. Although she doesn’t like a particularly strong feed she can still handle it quite well.