Sour Pineapple Bulk Feminized Hemp Seed


With legendary Tsunami heritage, Sour Pineapple produces remarkably pungent flower. Refined and stabilized in partnership with Infinite Tree, Sour Pineapple is a crowd-pleaser from field to shelf. Our best-selling variety that sold out in 2022. 

Parentage: Sour Tsunami x Pineapple Tsu

Key flower details

With legendary Tsunami heritage, Sour Pineapple is a rare opportunity to produce remarkably pungent flower. In the field expect high-yielding plants with large, dense buds. Expect slender leaves, spiraled colas, and lively citrus notes. Refined and stabilized in partnership with Infinite Tree, Sour Pineapple is a crowd-pleaser from field to shelf.

The finished flower transports you with aromas of sticky, fermented pineapple. This terpene powerhouse has complex notes of gas, tropical fruit, and citrus. Presents well in a jar and full-spectrum extracts. 

  • Qualitatively and quantitatively intense 
  • Average terpene content:  2.6–3.8%
  • Average CBD content: 15.0–19.2%
  • CBD:THC ratio: 25–29:1 
  • Harvest last week of September at 42°N


Plant Structure Strong lateral branching that stands up to heavy storms
Bud Structure Lime-green pyramidal buds in wide contiguous colas
Field Variation Very uniform in every category
Market Value $250–400/lb. of flower
“Sour Pineapple is a standout cultivar in every way. When visitors to our research farm ask things like, ‘is this a clonal population’ and ‘this has to be marijuana right, look at those buds!’; you know you have a winner. Sour Pineapple is a winner; early maturing flower, unique and intense aromatic profile, beautiful dense buds and a vigorous, carefree, and homogenous population in the field.” – Emily Gogol, Infinite Tree

Bred in partnership with Infinite Tree.

Planting Location Seed Depth Seed Spacing Type
Direct Sunlight 1” 4–5’ Annual
Hardiness Zones Germination Rate Days to Germinate
6A-10A 90% 2–3

Store seed in a cool, dry place. Best by 2025.

Exclusive seed from East Fork Hemp, LLC
Takilma, Oregon | AG-R1066276AHS
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  1. Soak seed 8–24 hours in water in a cool location out of direct sunlight (do not leave seeds in water for longer than 24 hours).
  2. In a small pot or tray, pre-water the soil, being sure to check whether the soil is thoroughly saturated.
  3. Pour out soaked seeds onto a rag or paper towel in order to remove them from the water (keep the seed in the shade if outside).
  4. Make a divot in the soil with your finger about ½ to 1 inch deep. Put one seed per hole, approx. 4-5’ apart.
  5. Once all holes have a seed, cover them by pinching the topsoil around the hole, and water gently. Keep the soil moist until seedlings emerge. Be careful not to overwater.
  6. Ensure that the top 2 inches or so of the soil are dry between waterings. This will help ensure the seed and plant doesn’t experience rot.
  7. The plants are ready to transplant when the roots are protruding from the bottom of the pot (estimated 4–6 weeks).
  8. Dig a hole slightly larger than the pot, remove your plant from the pot, and place in the ground. Fill around the plant with soil, and press firmly. 
  9. Water thoroughly until the soil is saturated. Infrequent deep watering is better than frequent shallow watering. As flowers develop, avoid getting water into the buds as it can cause mold.
  10. I recommend trusting your green thumb intuitions: water as needed, and place in full sunlight.
  11. If you’re growing in the United States, and have started your plants around early or mid-May, having them planted outside after the last frost, then you should be prepared to harvest by October.
  12. And finally, to harvest, cut plants at base and hang upside down in a dry location until stems break when bent.

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