Bred from the best vintage Afghani genetics, this recent creation by Sensi Seeds is a true “Hash Maker” plant. Maple Leaf Indica’s heritage represents surviving strains of the original Mazar-i-Sharif, a strain that had been used to make hashish considered the best of Hindu Kush and the entire Middle East. She grows fast and produces extremely resinous bud with a sweet orange-grapefruit flavour.
|Parents||Maple Leaf Indica|
|Flowering period||45-50 days|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||End of September/October|
|Available as||Regular seeds|
|Seed bank||Sensi Seeds|
Are you guys ready for a legendary indica strain? Sensi Seeds brings to the table some of the finest strains experienced by the ganja community. This experience-rich seedbank delivers an incredible, old-school indica, coined as Maple Leaf Indica. Hash-lovers and true connoisseurs are into this cultivar due to her enormously resinous buds and mind-blowing flavors. The short flowering period and true dankness of Maple Leaf Indica make her a perfect asset in one’s ganja garden. Let’s look into the details of this spectacular variety.
This 100% indica strain greatly satisfies purists and cannabis enthusiasts. Straight from the northern borders of Afghanistan, Sensi Seeds got hold of vintage indica genetics during the Soviet occupation in the 80’s. It was a risky mission, although Sensi Seeds persevered and returned to Amsterdam, victorious. Upon hitting that Maple Leaf Indica, deep and couch-locking vibes can be expected. The unique terpene profile and cannabinoids induce the most relaxed highs and delicious taste. She’s incredibly flavorsome; grapefruit and orange flavors are inherent to this resinous strain.
The flowering time amounts to around 7 weeks, so the weed jars shall be filled in no time! Both outdoor and indoor weed cultivators will receive bountiful yields, soaked in sticky resin. Maple Leaf Indica reaches medium heights - classic indica growth. In most cases, it’s not necessary to support the buds with strings, although if the buds become dense and heavy, some twine might be useful to have around. When grown outside, this Maple Leaf Indica should be cropped at the End of September, or early October.