Barneys Farm
Pineapple Chunk

Pineapple Chunk (Barneys Farm) :: StrainReview :: Indoor :: Short, stretched, slowly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #3

Plant-Profile about Pineapple Chunk (by Barneys Farm)

This Plant-Profile was generated by 5 single profiles, particular thanks goes to: pyro65, widerview, DapXmp2, WhiteRabbit878 and MaxYield

Information about the growth of the plants:

Flowering Time Indoor
Between 61 an 70 days (Average: 66 days.)
Stretch after the initiation of flowering
±119 Percent
Initiation of flowering onto around 48 cm. - Final Height onto around 105 cm.
Growth Behavior
Like a christmas tree
Side Branches
a lot of; long as well as ordinary strong and vigorous.
The plants of this Cannabis-Strain... not need much care. (!!!)
...are tolerant to over- or under-fertilization. (!!!) not need much fertilizer.
...are tolerant of temperature fluctuations.
...have no problems with high temperatures. (!!!)
...looks and grow more like a Sativa. (!!!)
...should be supported into the flowering period. (Nets, JoJos, Bamboo-Sticks).
...can build pre flowers into the growth period.
...can be placed close together. (!!!)
...are not vulnerable to fungal diseases. (!!!)
...are not susceptible to mold. (!!!)
...have no problems with low temperatures.
...are well suited for a SoG (See of Green).
...are a good choice for beginners. (!!!)
...should not be heavily pruned. many, thick buds on the side branches.
...from feminized seeds tend to hermaphrodites.
...should get 24 hours light into the growth period.
...are a good choice for commercial cultivation.
...respond well to the pruning of the main stem.
...are well suited for a ScroG (Screen of Green).
...are well suited to Supercropping.

Harvest, Yield, Taste, Aroma, strength and effectiveness

Yield / Quantity
The crop of this strain is very high.
Buds / Leaves
The ratio of buds to leaves is very good.
Bud Structure
The dried buds are hard and compact.
Strength / Lasting Effect
The weed is strong and long lasting.
Tolerance Built
slow to average tolerance education.

Taste / Flavour

The taste / flavour of this variety recalls onto / is

General Impression

Pineapple Chunk (Barneys Farm)
(Indoor; Short, stretched, slowly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #3)

is all together extremely good and very recommendable
(On average 9 Points onto a scale between 0 and 10 !)

Additional Information

pyro65 says

My favorite strain to date, great yield, great taste, and great potency Fairly fragile plant that should be supported. (30.01.2016, 14:38)

widerview says

Nice strain with addictive smell, after smoke that You are talkative, happy, energetic, focus, feel some warm. (29.06.2015, 02:10)

DapXmp2 says

this is one of the phenotypes I got. this comment relevant to this specific pheno. as other phenos are very different
- Easy to grow, very hard to mess this up.
- in veg, grow bushy, like an indica. when flowering - huge stretch and ends up as bushy chrismas tree
- flowers maturing fast, was ready on day 58, I pushed to day 63 anyway
- flowers and fan leaves get purple when the temps are right (16C night, 28C day - totally purple)
- great yields and bud structure
- the plant in flower is extremely smelly! pure skunk smell
- after cure, taste and smell skunky-fruity. no pineapple, but complex smell
- great high. not a 10/10 but complex and powerful high.
- this strain (all of the phenos afaik) are VERY prone to herm!
If you didn't growed yet pineapple chunk, I do recommend it! (05.08.2023, 16:18)

WhiteRabbit878 says

Very very recommended strain. 111g of perfectly dryed buds -〉 32+g of purged BHO.

Must have. (14.07.2015, 05:26)

Here you can have a look onto the single Plant-Profiles:

Single Plant-Profiles about this strain was uploaded by: pyro65, widerview, DapXmp2, WhiteRabbit878 and MaxYield.

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