The only reason I would suggest not growing the PUC as a commercial strain, is her lower yields when grown indoors. Other than that, this girl shines in the frost production and taste/smell profile. She practically grows herself, and if left untrained and given a shorter veg cycle, she will stay compact and not take up very much space. Her smells and taste are the reason to grow her, but the trichome production is another worthy note to mention. She is quite beautiful, and can even show some purple hues in her leaves (we have seen this here, but have not heard of this from other growers). She would be a great choice for processing to extracts, or hashish. When you choose to grow her again, it will be almost solely for her taste.. as its unlike any other, and reeks of pineapples with a hint of baked goods.