Now you can buy at the best price the impressive Pineapple Larry OG from BSF Seeds. Its potential is so great that it's certainly translating it into a few mundane words, but I'll still try.
Comes from the gene fusion between the great Cinderella 99 and a Super Lemon Larry OG IBL from the Swiss seed bank Alpine Seeds, as you can see... Nothing has been left to chance!
How is Pineapple Larry OG plant?
This is a sativa hybrid dominant at 80%. It is a plant of considerable size and demanding nutritionally, producing resin cream, noted for having some flowers with pistils precious orange, a beauty worth photographing. Its flowering period despite being a dominant sativa is fast, will be fully mature between 8-9 weeks indoors.
How does Pineapple Larry OG taste?
Its flavor is loaded with some fruity notes, where you can discern traces of pineapple and lemon, with some sweet touches that contrast perfectly.
What are the effects of Pineapple Larry OG?
Its effect is very euphoric and stimulating, reunions with friends will be much more fun now, Be happy!
How do you grow Pineapple Larry OG?
Under the artificial light, it is essential to install a carbon filter in the extraction system, to prevent the neighbors from noticing its presence, because its aroma is incredible for those who love this world, but of course we must recognize that it does not go unnoticed. With pots of 2.9 US gal (11 liters) and 9 copies per 3x3ft (m2), you will get high performance crops.
Outdoors under the light of the star king, start by placing it in a small 0.8 US gal (3 litre) pot and transplanting it into larger pots every time you see that the development stops, finishing before starting the flowering in a pot of at least 13.2 US gal (50 litres). In growth and every time you make a transplant, apply Bio Rhizotonic by Canna.
What is the indoor and outdoor production of Pineapple Larry OG?
Indoors, the crop can weigh between 14.1 and 15.8 oz per 3x3ft (400-450 grams per m2). Outdoors, you can harvest in good conditions between 17.6 and 24.7 oz (500-700 grams) per plant.