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Plant-Profile about Purple Maroc (by Female Seeds)

This Plant-Profile was generated by 2 single profiles, particular thanks goes to: EngelderNacht and emeraldo

Information about the growth of the plants:

Harvest Time Outdoor
End of September +/- 2 Weeks in CmShα climates at the northern hemisphere.
End of September +/- 2 Weeks in CmShα climates at the northern hemisphere.
End of August in CmHmα climates at the northern hemisphere.
Climate zones according to the SeedFinder classification with actual data from 1986-2009
Growth Behavior
Side Branches
a great many; medium length to long as well as strong and vigorous.
The plants of this Cannabis-Strain...
...do not need much care.
...are not vulnerable to fungal diseases.
...are not susceptible to mold.
...are a good choice for beginners.
...need place and should not be placed close together.
...are tolerant to over- or under-fertilization.
...are tolerant of temperature fluctuations.
...have no problems with low temperatures.
...have no problems with high temperatures.
...looks and grow more like a Sativa.
...need a lot of room upward.
...are well suited for a ScroG (Screen of Green).
...are well suited to Supercropping.
...build many, thick buds on the side branches.
...respond well to the pruning of the main stem.

Harvest, Yield, Taste, Aroma, strength and effectiveness

Yield / Quantity
The crop of this strain is very high.
Buds / Leaves
The ratio of buds to leaves is very good.
Bud Structure
The dried buds are ordinary compact.
Strength / Lasting Effect
The weed affects middle-high to high.
Tolerance Built
extremely slow tolerance education.

General Impression

Purple Maroc (Female Seeds)

is all together extremely good and very recommendable
(On average 9 Points onto a scale between 0 and 10 !)

Additional Information

emeraldo says

Germinated 2 purple maroc seeds April 27, 2017. Latitude 47N.

Outdoor grow, using organic soil, ultimately into 10 gallon fabric pots. Vegetative phase in May and June: plant #1 was FIM'ed and produced four tall main colas needing restraint to keep her size more manageable. Plant #2 was topped twice and stayed shorter, bushier, and was slower but had good yield.

Beginning July 27, plants were brought into light-tight darkroom for 12.5 hrs at night to induce flowering. Even before that, however, plant #1 started to flower on its own around July 7/8 due to shortening of days (see photo of pistils taken July 8, 2017). Amazingly sensitive to the daylength. Female Seeds explained this very early flowering was probably due to a distant cross with an autoflowering strain, a Jack Herer auto. I first observed pistils on the second plant on July 28, the day after the light schedule was introduced, but flowering may already have been underway for a few days at that point.

Both plants were harvested by the end of August, total flowering times were 7 weeks and 6 weeks respectively. Female Seeds suggested to me that my practice of artificially enhancing/inducing flowering by bringing the plants into a darkroom at night may have "accelerated" the flowering process after July 27, which might explain why plant #2 was done in 6 weeks or less. I have no better explanation.

I observed two pheno-types: plant #1 was very vigorous (fastest growing plant in my whole grow), had abundant deep green leaves, and pushed upward with incredible energy. I tied her down to prevent her from reaching too high for stealth reasons. The #2 plant was bushier, shorter, slower to grow and flower but in the end had an excellent crop as well.

I had no problems with pests or mold, and did not see any nanners in any of my 2 purple maroc plants or in any others in the grow. I kept pots out of the heat and off hot tiles to prevent stress to the roots. I did not over- or underwater. My biggest purple maroc, the FIM'ed one shown in her decorative pot in the photo taken July 5, 2017, produced very long beautiful colas that were quite fluffy and slim.

There was stress in flowering, but not from heat, water, or light. The weight of the four ripening colas caused the main stem to split at the node where the plant was fimmed. I think this split in the stem resulted from excessive supercropping of the main stem. I patched the split with duct tape, but the stress to the plant from this split may have caused some self-pollination. In any event, I ended up with a few S1 seeds I am now growing out because this is very good weed.

Purple Maroc by Female Seeds is not "mostly indica" (which was incorrectly stated in the plant profile here on seedfinder.eu). This is a sativa-dominant strain with long slender narrow leaves. Female Seeds confirmed to me it is a mostly sativa strain.

Effect is uplifting, energizing, long-lasting strong head high with mild body high and ends in a relaxing feeling. This ia a great strain for everyday daytime use.

Beautiful purple calyxes! (01.07.2018, 10:13)

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Single Plant-Profiles about this strain was uploaded by: EngelderNacht and emeraldo.

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