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Maple leaf indica

The real Maple Leaf Indica is legit, smells like gassy, honey, and has fastest flowering time ever. I grow mine outside and it churns out sugary dense nugs with the most tricomes ever on a cannabis plant. Resistant to any weather and turns all sorts of colors before harvest. and it does give me a boner too. lol..no joke

I love the euphoric feeling this brings!

WOW. The fact that this strain has some very old history, and is a grandmother strain for many of the current Indica strains should say a lot. I have personally grown this strain, and done very well with it. The other posters here saying it grows like a Sativa and is stretched, have obvious problems with their temp.The 45-50 day finish is a bit undershot. I did wonderful with 60 days. Produced VERY well, and had a very pleasing taste and high. You would not be disappointed, if you have patience and properly controlled temp in your room, this is a great strain.

Couldn’t agree more with the other reviewer it says indica but its so obviously pure sativa and stretches like you wouldn’t believe i wont be continuing with the genes i have some love black domina in with the not maple leaf and will be going forward with that from now on

The language behind it says Indica but it screams Sativa in growth. Behaves like a Haze hybrid in a room and does not finish within the advertised 45-50 days it is slower flowering than just about anything and stretches for a long period of time through flowering. Clearly Sensi has messed this up as it continues to get worse with each successive back cross.

Maple Leaf Indica is a grade A- strain that produced by crossing Skunk #1 with BlueBlack. This Indica dominant strain has a high potency due its extremely high THC levels. It has a flowering period of six to seven weeks and gives a moderate yield. This potent strain has a very powerful effect on …

Maple Leaf Indica

breed by Sensi Seeds

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Basic / Breeders Info

Maple Leaf Indica is an indica variety from Sensi Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±48 days ) . Sensi Seeds’ Maple Leaf Indica is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Sensi Seeds’ Maple Leaf Indica Description

A relatively new release as a seed, this fat, sticky hash-makers’ plant has long been prized for its sparkling coating of resin glands and syrupy sweet citrus bouquet. Maple Leaf Indica is bred from precious, vintage Afghanica gene-stock – parent plants that have formed part of several important Sensi Seeds hybrids and which represent one of the surviving strains behind original Mazar-i-Sharif hashish.

The direct forebears of Maple Leaf Indica were brought out of Afghanistan just before the Soviet invasion and older smokers lucky enough to have visited the region in its peaceful era may find this variety to be a taste – and a blast – from the past. Some of the earliest western references to the Maple Leaf parent strain describe both the plant and the hashish produced from it as “renowned throughout the Hindu Kush and the whole of the Middle East as the best there is.”

Even by the high standards of the region, Mazar-i-Sharif is a celebrated centre of cannabis and hashish culture, and prior to the Eighties its reputation was greater still. Situated just inside Afghanistan’s northern border, the town’s proximity to the territory of the former USSR made it one of the very first areas to be affected by the invasion. This threat was perhaps the only reason that the traditional cultivators of the Maple Leaf parent strain allowed it to leave their possession, and the collector who received the original seeds made it a personal mission to preserve this unique Indica.

The exodus of sublime Afghani genotypes during that period changed the face of ganja cultivation around the world and western growers have literally reaped the benefits ever since. Maple Leaf represents one of the finest Afghanica varieties ever seen outside the region, back-crossed to express the purity of her ancestors. This strain quickly and easily produces solid buds that drip with crystal and sugary orange-grapefruit flavours. While not the biggest-yielding Afghani in the Sensi collection, Maple Leaf Indica tops the list for resin production and has always been one of our personal favourites.

Short flowering period (45 – 50 days)
100% Indica

Where to buy Maple Leaf Indica cannabis seeds?

Maple Leaf Indica from Sensi Seeds is available only as regular seeds. Feminized seeds are not available at the moment. In 16 seedbanks, we found 22 offers between EUR 45.00 for 10 regular seeds and EUR 399.15 for 70 regular seeds. If you are looking to buy Maple Leaf Indica Cannabis Seeds from Sensi Seeds somewhere – have a look to our Maple Leaf Indica Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Maple Leaf Indica offers: Sensi Seeds, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, Zamnesia, Herbalist, Oaseeds, Canna-Seed Seed Shop, canna-seed.com, Cannapot Hanfshop, Seeds24.at, Alchimia Grow Shop, Indras Planet GmbH, Hanf & Hanf, Chu Majek, Samenwahl.com, PEV Seeds Bank and Herbies Head Shop.

Maple Leaf Indica Reviews

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