Syrian Domesticate


Genetics: Syrian Domesticate (“Landrace”)
Sourcing: Obtained from The Rsc
Purpose: Hashish (sieved resin)
Latitude: 34° N
Regional Harvest: August through September
Height: 0.6 – 1.5 metres
Aroma: Sweet, fruity, floral, ‘hashy’

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Characteristics: Early, hardy, Indica and Sativa types, aromatic, semi-autoflowering, CBD
Grow Type: Outdoors, greenhouse, or indoors

This Syrian accession is a fast-flowering strain sharing characteristics with Lebanese domesticates from Bekaa Valley and, to a lesser extent, with Turkish types. Syria has a long tradition of Cannabis cultivation, particularly in the mountainous western region bordering Lebanon. These are early maturing plants with intense aromas and resin. Semi-autoflowering traits can be exhibited.

Two main variants can be found, namely Indica-type and Sativa-type. Indica-type plants can be expected to range from 0.6 to 0.9 metres. Sativa-type plants approximate 1.2 to 1.5 metres in height. The Indicas are more desirable and compact, whereas the Sativas appear to typically have ruderal characteristics. As expected for a hashish domesticate, chemotypes range from THC- to CBD-dominant. Aromas are intense fruit and tangy candy.

This is a hardy strain that’s adapted to a desert climate of hot days and cold nights. Plants require light nutrient regimes and benefit from being given a dry period between watering.

This Syrian accession 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 foreseeable future