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Region: Middle East
Genetics: Pure Syrian Hashish Landrace
Sourcing: Obtained via gene bank
Purpose: Hashish (sieved)
Latitude: 34° N
Regional Harvest: August to September
Height: 0.6 - 1.5 metres
Aroma: Sweet; fruity; floral; 'hashy'
Characteristics: Early; hardy; compact indica phenotypes; CBD
Grow Type: Outdoors, greenhouse, or indoors
Syria has a long tradition of cannabis cultivation, particularly in the mountainous western region bordering Lebanon. This is a fast-flowering strain sharing characteristics with Lebanese landraces from Bekaa Valley and, to a lesser extent, with Turkish landraces.
Two phenotypes can be found, namely 'indica' and 'sativa'. Indica plants can be expected to range from 0.6 to 0.9 metres. Sativa plants approximate 1.2 to 1.5 metres tall.
The indica phenotypes are more desirable compact hashish plants, whereas the sativa phenotypes appear to have comparitively feral characteristics. As expected for a hashish landrace, chemotypes range from THC-dominant to CBD-dominant.
Plants require light nutrient regimes and benefit from being given a dry period between watering. The strain is hardy, being adapted to a desert climate of hot days and cold nights.
The resin provides a positive, inspiring high with a feeling of mellow, physical relaxation.
Recommended to collectors, particularly because Syria is likely to remain inaccessible for the forseeable future.
Note: These seeds were not obtained by RSC directly from Syria. However, a reproduction was run and a small number of packs have been made available after receiving several requests from interested collectors.
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