Morocco’s Farmers Are Now Producing High-Quality Rosin and BHO


In the final part of our series on the recent changes to the cannabis industry in Morocco, we’ll take a closer look at the new extraction methods gaining popularity among the farmers of the Rif. This new development, in combination with innovations in modern and organic cultivation techniques, could help Morocco maintain its position among the world’s top suppliers of cannabis derivatives for many years to come. However, it’s clear that the challenges facing the industry are severe and widespread, and that innovations are necessary for many farmers otherwise at risk of losing their livelihoods. As we’ve described in our previous articles, the Moroccan hashish industry has undergone dramatic changes in recent years. A relatively young industry, it emerged in the 1960s, largely in response to European demand, and dramatically intensified in the 1980s. In those initial decades, it transitioned from a small-scale phenomenon to an extremely valuable, ubiquitous system of mass production. Morocco’s Farmers Are Now Producing High-Quality Rosin and BHO

thumbnail courtesy of


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here