Maracuya Feminized Marijuana Seeds

$65.00$240.00

Maracuya is a feminized cannabis strain that’s known for its small height but top yields. Imagine a plant that’s only 90 cm tall but can produce up to 600 grams of yield per plant! These are reasons why this strain is best left for experienced growers to cultivate. When grown well, you can get buds with high 20% THC.

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Maracuya Feminized Marijuana Seeds

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More About Maracuya Feminized

Maracuya (fem) is a sativa-dominant hybrid feminized cannabis strain. Also called Passion Fruit, this strain was created by combining a powerful Sweet Pink Grapefruit and a potent Orange Bud. Maracuya is a feminized strain and, therefore, will only grow female Passion Fruit plants.

Maracuya is not a beginner strain, and it needs special attention when it comes to growing and managing its yields. It requires a temperate Continental or a sunny Mediterranean climate to thrive. You can cultivate this indoors or outdoors, and it may also grow in a greenhouse.

Maracuya will flower in 8 to 10 weeks. This is a small plant growing only 90 cm. Your plants will have 20% THC and 0.5% CBD. But don’t let the height of this strain fool you because it can produce up to 600 grams of yield per plant.

Maracuya is a photoperiod strain that will harvest come October. The buds will have citrus, herbal, lemon, and sweet flavors.

1 review for Maracuya Feminized Marijuana Seeds

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    Stephanie Westfall

    Because of this Maracuya strain, I can not believe how inspired and determined I was! For me to notice the effect immediately, a mild dose had already been enough. Having this in large doses is indeed dependent on experience, it can make couch-lock. It would be something to look forward to after also manage to contain yourself with its remarkably sweet fruity flavor. It’s thin, but it produces abundantly. She’s not really that attention-needy, but for those with moderate expertise, she’s quite relevant.

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