The Pineapple Express cultivar, according to actor and comedian Seth Rogen, didn’t exist before the 2008 film of the same name popularized the name. Growers took it upon themselves to produce a potent cultivar that was dubbed “the dopest dope” in the movie after being inspired by the movie.
Using Trainwreck and Hawaiian as its parent genetics, G13 Labs claims to have created the strain in the middle of the 2000s. The hybrid quickly became popular among California’s medical marijuana dispensaries. However, the “true” Pineapple Express was the goal of 11 seed banks and numerous growers. As a result, the market today offers a variety of options.
The majority of Pineapple Express cultivars are coveted cultivars known for their fluffy, lean flowers that shine with a lime and yellow coloring, despite the hazy marketing and variable reported effects. Because of the tropical, citrus aroma that emanates from its typically higher limonene content, customers choose Pineapple Express. Growing Pineapple Express indoors is simple, and between 55 and 65 days, growers can anticipate a high yield.