How to grow Pineapple Skunk Seeds pot plants?
This indica-intense strain can be grown in a trouble-free manner even by cultivators who are low on experience. Seasoned growers, if they stick to the prescribed cultivating techniques, will be rewarded with a high yield that in most cases goes up to 3kg (of buds) per plant.
Indoor growing vs. outdoor growing
The plant thrives both indoors and outdoors and attains a height of nearly 3 meters (almost 10 feet). Flowers start appearing after 53-58 days of sowing and the buds exude aromas that can be overpowering. Therefore, the use of carbon-filters to contain the odors is highly recommended.
Outdoors, the strain flourishes by late September in both Mediterranean and temperate zones where the mean temperature ranges from 21˚C-26˚C.
Offer the right mix of organic nutrients, including potassium, phosphorus, and nitrogen. However, be careful not to supply the plants with excessive nitrogenous manures.
Pineapple Skunk seeds respond perfectly to indoor growth environments, especially when SCROG (screen of green) and SOG (sea of green) grow methods is applied. Since the plants grow very rapidly and develop large canopies, maintain a good distance between the plants. A trellis support comes perfectly handy to keep the tops erect. The humidity level should be kept at lower levels, a week or two before harvesting.
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Taste & Aroma
Pineapple Skunk’s aroma is typically tropical, characterized by hints of pineapple, citrus, skunk, and citrus aftertaste. The fragrances remind you of fresh flowers, pineapple, cheese, and lemon.