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Dutch Passion - Mazar

Dutch Passion - Mazar cannabis seed
Seeds from Dutch Passion
DP2832
Genetics:
AfghanSkunk
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Dutch Passion's Mazar is a long awaited upgraded strain of the former Afghan/Skunk initially bred by Dutch Passion in 1997.

Mazar is a very consistent Cannabis strain with an increased yield that is noticeable with every grow. The Afghani (Mazar-i-Shariff) part is a very short Christmas tree-like Cannabis plant, is 100% Indica, and is of course EXTREMELY resinous. This genetic cannabis cross gives the variety a bigger yield and better taste.

Mazar Cannabis seeds also have an extremely high shelf life and a higher female turnover than other Cannabis seed varieties. This strain never disappoints.

Indoor Grow?Yes
Greenhouse Grow?Yes
Feminized?Yes
Photoperiod?Yes
Mostly Indica?Yes
HeightMedium
Cup WinnerYes
Flowering TimeMedium
YieldGood
THC ContentHigh (> 15%)
GeneticsAfghan X Skunk

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