Growing weed in North Africa has changed with many new challenges that face them every day. From climates to crime farming has changed and these cultivators must learn to adapt. "The bigger problem is the local bandits that roam the hills at night in September looking for plantations. If your fields are not guarded with men and dogs, a gang of them can strip a field in one night”. Interesting to learn about the process and challenges that weed farmers face from across the world.
The progressive Moroccan cannabis farmers buy their seeds in Europe rather than on the local African market where quality standards can be minimal.Local Moroccan cannabis seed is usually saved from the previous year’s crop, but with no focus on breeding/genetics the quality levels are poor/mediumRead More