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Mazar originated in the 1980s as an Afghan/Skunk cross and was improved in 1997. It is an indica-dominant plant and one of Dutch Passion's all-time best-sellers.
Mazar grows squat with a Christmas tree shape that produces plenty of side-branches giving many bud sites. It is a hardy plant with great hybrid vigour and is therefore a good choice for new growers as it is difficult to mess up.
Indoors flowering takes 8.5 weeks or so to produce very large crops. Such is the size of the buds, and with the amount of resin they contain, that the plant will need supporting if the branches are nor to snap. Unlike Master Kush this strain does exude extremely strong odours and if growing near neighbours it is strongly recommended to install carbon-filtering.
At harvest the buds are very sticky indeed and highly aromatic with sweet, earthy tones complemented by pine and citrus and tasting very like Afghan hashish. The production of THC is 19.5% making the effect really potent, physically powerful yet also quite relaxing. Good for numbing both mind and body.
2nd - Indica Cup (HTCC) in 1999
2nd - Bio Cup (High Life HF) in 2002
1st prize Tipo Forte, Bologna 2008
'Plant of the Year' - Highlife Cup 2014
|Taste Notes||Citrus, Earthy, Pine, Sweet|
|Noted Effects||Couch Lock, Long-lasting, Physical, Powerful, Relaxing|
|Genetics||Afghan x Skunk|
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