Maracuya Strain Characteristics
Maracuya tastes more like a passionfruit than a marijuana plant, a delightful and sweet version. It is no wonder, with such lineage, that this strain has a pleasant and sour passion fruit taste. This pressure of the day has a THC intensity of about 20 percent, but no matter how tempting it is, you should not be tempted to overspend. In mild doses, with improved motivation, concentration, and imagination, it automatically rockets the mind into an awakened state. A deep desire to socialize and talk is still there. Maracuya and passionfruit are, unknown to us, the same thing. Due to its heavy citrus scent and taste, this strain won its name, which can skew towards the sweet, tarty side. There’s also a gentle herbal kick that brings to the total bouquet a thrilling layer. It explodes with a smooth vapor when lit up, which is leafy and buttery on exhale.
Maracuya Strain Effects
After taking a Maracuya blow, users can quickly experience a difference in their sensory perception. External stimuli take on a subtle psychedelic aspect, particularly vibrant graphics and certain sounds. In an elevated attitude and disposition, with fears and inhibitions having a backseat, this comes hand in hand.
Maracuya is a psychological strain that can place you in the position for discussions that are rich and significant. It can also contribute to increased innovation if used by artistically-inclined individuals. It also increases inspiration, concentration, and physical vitality, offering much-needed vigor for chores to blast through. The buzzing comes with a calming feeling, such that the invigorated body is not overactive. The strain will cause a slightly different series of results at huge doses. The cortical activity will become more spacious, dividing users from their environment. It can cause couch-lock, when their minds drift, rooting them to the point. Although this may seem like a non-issue, on top of the pesky duo of cottonmouth and drying of eyes, overdrinking may also contribute to blurred vision, elevated anxiety, and paranoia.
What Growers Need To Know About Maracuya Strain
In between extended, sage-green buds and sugar-leaves, Maracuya has small, serrated fan blades and orange pistils peeking out. While dominant in Sativa, it only develops to around three feet tall. In terms of robust production and large cropping, the plant is not finicky but wants a suitable home to achieve its maximum potential. For mid-level farmers, it is ideal and thrives in both soil and hydroponic systems. The countdown to harvest begins until the white pistils emerge and calyxes begin to grow. Maracuya flowers in an indoor setting for 8 to 9 weeks and can generate up to 1.96 ounces per sq foot. Go for a Sea of Green (SOG) setup for optimum yields and the best use of storage. Even, with conditions around 70 and 79 ° F and 40 to 50 percent humidity, keep it cozy. If the place is bright and humid, increasing outdoors is a nice concept. In Southern Europe’s Mediterranean weather, Maracuya can produce up to 21 oz/ plant after basking. If cultivating al fresco is your preferred path, keep tabs on the climate as it is important to keep the plant, and particularly its buds, dry. By early October, the crop should be prepared for selection in the northern regions.
Maracuya Strain Specifications
|Type :||Mostly Indica|
|Climate :||Indoor / Outdoor|
|Yield :||Indoor 600 g/m2
Outdoor 600 oz/plant
|Height :||90 cm tall|
|Flowering :||Indoors 8- 9 weeks
Outdoors early October
|Stone :||Calming, Creative, Euphoric|
|THC level :||20%|