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Early Maroc

Philosopher Seeds present Early Maroc, sourced from early-flowering, 100% Sativa Moroccan landrace hash-producing genetics, these seeds give extremely fast results and are recommended exclusively for outdoor and greenhouse cannabis cultivation.

Early Maroc is a great variety for beginners as well as experienced cultivators, being really hardy and easy to grow with minimal care. Plants are sturdy and compact with vigorous healthy growth and produce generous harvests of dense buds, sticky with fragrant resin.

The aroma is sweet like strawberry chewing gum when freshly cut, becoming more spicy with undertones of old wood as the flowers dry and cure. It's effect when smoked is mildly euphoric and uplifiting during the first half hour, progressing to a soothing sensation which relaxes the body and mind in the second phase of the high, which doesn't become over-long.

Thanks to it's Moroccan hash-producing heritage, Early Maroc is a perfect strain for hashmakers and growers who like to make their own traditional style dry sift hash, producing a resin reminiscent of the very finest 'double zero' extracts from the Rif Mountains.

What really sets Early Maroc apart from other outdoor genetics is the speed with which it matures, meaning it can be harvested from mid-August, even a little earlier if sown in March or early April.

Traditional Moroccan cannabis cultivation employs large-scale methods where plants are grown as field crops in dry, rough soil and given very little care, this means that Early Maroc can flourish and produce great results with little irrigation or nutrients, especially during flowering.

All these qualities, added to it's good disease-resistance make Early Maroc a perfect strain for guerilla growing, it grows low and discreet to avoid detection and it finishes early, making it easier to avoid such perils as the start of the hunting season, mushroom foragers, plant thieves and the cold, rainy weather of autumn.

It is ideal for growing on terraces and balconies, where we suggest using pots of at least 25 litre capacity, but try increasing that to 40-50 litres to get really big yields!

Philosopher Seeds Early Maroc info:

  • Genetics: Moroccan landrace, selected & stabilised
  • Sex: Feminised
  • THC: 17%
  • Outdoor harvest: Mid/late August depending on germination date
  • Height: 1.25-1.75m
  • Outdoor yield: 350-400g per m2
1 seed8.00€ Add to cart
3 seeds21.00€ Add to cart
5 seeds32.50€ Add to cart
25 seeds125.00€ Add to cart

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04-04-2016-> Esrar Gunduz says:

I'm looking forward hearing from you on anything you come up with about the Early Maroc. Thanks.

06-04-2016-> Alchimia Grow Shop says:

Hi Esrar,

The Early Maroc grow to medium heights and develops a prominent main stem surrounded by side branches. For this reason, and since it starts flowering really fast, we recommend germinating it in Spring, as soon as the climate conditions change.

It is perfect for guerrilla grows and for areas with humid and rainy autumns, since it ends its flowering by mid August and needs few nutrients and waterings. What she absolutely loves is direct sunlight, the more hours the better.

It is highly resistant to light pollution, although it is a bit sensitive to spider mites.

When grown indoors, cuttings root perfectly but you'll need relatively large pots to keep motherplants, since they want plenty of space for their roots.

Hope it helped!

;)


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08-12-2018-> TheName says:

Hey, I'm looking for a pure indica landrace pendant (no cross with auto plant) to this Maroc, to grow it together: It should be well suited for a guerrilla terrace grow, durable, weather resistant and mature fast. After some digging I found the Pakistan Chitral Kush, but maybe you can recommend something else. Best wishes!

06-04-2016-> Esrar Gunduz says:

Yes, that description is what got me interested in the first place. It sounds like the perfect variety for my conditions. Once again I thank you for your help.

08-04-2016 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says:

Hi Esrar,

You're welcome, glad to help!

;)



04-04-2016-> Esrar Gunduz says:

I'm looking forward hearing from you on anything you come up with about the Early Maroc. Thanks.

06-04-2016 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says:

Hi Esrar,

The Early Maroc grow to medium heights and develops a prominent main stem surrounded by side branches. For this reason, and since it starts flowering really fast, we recommend germinating it in Spring, as soon as the climate conditions change.

It is perfect for guerrilla grows and for areas with humid and rainy autumns, since it ends its flowering by mid August and needs few nutrients and waterings. What she absolutely loves is direct sunlight, the more hours the better.

It is highly resistant to light pollution, although it is a bit sensitive to spider mites.

When grown indoors, cuttings root perfectly but you'll need relatively large pots to keep motherplants, since they want plenty of space for their roots.

Hope it helped!

;)



01-04-2016-> Esrar Gunduz says:

Thanks friend I appreciate your help.

04-04-2016 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says:

Hi Esrar,

Glad to help!

;)



31-03-2016-> Esrar Gunduz says:

Thanks, yes it is a pity about no regular early Maroc seeds. Maybe someday? Until then I will value your opinion about the Mexican Sativa and try to work on a good cross that expresses the Maroc character. Anymore input you have would always be appreciated. Thanks again

01-04-2016 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says:

Hi Esrar,

I will personally talk with the guy who bred the Maroc to get further information about it. 

Stay tuned! ;)



30-03-2016-> Esrar Gunduz says:

Since there are only feminized seeds of the Early Maroc if I want to continue that strain I will have to cross it with something. Out of Early Pearl, Early Durban and Mexican Sativa which do you think would be the best for the Maroc to retain its characteristics. I hope you can answer this but I would prefer to keep the early Maroc true to its landrace ancestors. Thank you.

31-03-2016 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says:

Hi Esrar,

I haven't tried the Early Durban, but I would definitely go for the Mexican Sativa. The Maroc is more sweet, but they do have this woody background in common. A pity we can't access the regular Maroc! ;)



31-03-2016 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says:

Hi Esrar,

I haven't tried the Early Durban, but I would definitely go for the Mexican Sativa. The Maroc is more sweet, but they do have this woody background in common. A pity we can't access the regular Maroc! ;)



24-03-2016-> Esrar Gunduz says:

My desire is to preserve landrace varieties that will do well in my climate as I believe that all this hybridization and indoor growing is depleting the gene pool. It would be good to find a landrace sativa that would make it here, and the early Maroc sounds like a great possibility. Please keep my up to date on this variety and when field run seeds will become available. Also if you know of any other landrace sativa that would reproduce at 49 degrees N. Latitude. Thanks again

30-03-2016 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says:

Hi Esrar,

The Early Maroc would be one of my first candidates, it is truly one of the fastest strains I've ever seen.

We only have available the packs that you see, 3 and 5 seeds.

Thanks for your confidence!



23-03-2016-> Esrar Gunduz says:

That is good news and it sounds like a good variety to try in my area. I believe in giving my plants the least amount of care in my hot and dry climate and still they thrive. I would like to grow the early Maroc and get it adapted to my climate as I have been with my Afghan for 20 plus years. For this feminized seeds would be of no use. When do you plan on offering these just as normal seeds, male and female?

24-03-2016 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says:

Hi Esrar,

I'm affraid Philosopher Seeds don't have the regular version of Early Maroc. We know that they are working on a line of regular seeds, but we still don't know if the Early Maroc will be one of these regular versions. 

Thanks for your confidence!



23-03-2016-> Esrar Gunduz says:

I am intrigued by this early Maroc. Has anyone grown this successfully at 49degrees north latitude? I can grow fantastic landrace Afghani, harvest in early October. I would like some feedback and rating of quality, THC and hashish production. Thank you

23-03-2016 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says:

hi Esrar,

We have grown it at around 47 degrees north latitude without problem. For best results, you can use a greenhouse. Notice that, being a landrace from Morocco, she doesn't like heavy feeding and enjoys relatively dry soil.

Hope it helped!



 

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