Moroccan Beldia Kif is a traditional hash plant from the Rif area near to Ketama and Chefchaouen in Morocco, famous for producing kif, the traditional blend of cannabis flowers with tobacco, and the famous Moroccan blond hashish.
This pure Moroccan strain is one of the fastest psychoactive sativa land-races on the planet, due to its semi auto-flowering traits and its very short flowering time. Traditionally this strain is sown at the beginning of spring, starting to flower in June, with harvest as early as August, when it begins to be processed and beaten by hand to produce the traditional Moroccan hashish, which varies in quality depending on the grade of the sieve and the length of time the flowers are beaten.
Moroccan plants are small/medium sized. They start with fairly wide leaves but when they reach their sexual maturity and flowering they develop as a pure sativa with foxtail floral structures, quickly accumulating to form good sized buds. There are 2 main phenotypes according to their structure. The most common phenotype grows very columnar and tallish, with the second phenotype being smaller, shorter and more branched.
This strain is grown at a very high plant density in its native land, with very little fertilizer and water, which means it has developed excellent resistance against heat and drought, performing perfectly with little care and low levels of nutrients, making it an ideal strain for outdoor guerrilla growing in hot and dry climates.
|49 – 56 days
|2.5 – 5%
|0 – 2%