mazari seeds

Mazari seeds

Mazari is a mostly indica variety from Seedsman and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) . Seedsmans Mazari is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

Solid, short, consistent indica strain. This is a great genetic combination sold by several seed companies due to its high quality. Afghan strains are renowned resin producers and the Skunk #1 helps to increase the potential yields (which it undoubtedly does). This strain can produce some impressive yields. It grows in a short christmas-tree like maner with good side-branching and is good in a SoG set up. It produces highly resinous buds characteristic of its Northern Afghani heritage, which taste like good smooth hashish.

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Genetics: Mazari Sharif x Skunk #1
Type: f1 Hybrid
Harvest Date: Beginning of November
Flowering Period: 8-9 weeks

Seedsmans Mazari Description

Mazari seeds

Mazari feminized cannabis seeds have an average flowering time that is a short and sweet 60 days from seed to harvest. In this tw- month time period both indoor and outdoor growers are rewarded with big bountiful crops of beautiful resin packed buds. The average indoor growers see around 300 to 450 grams per square meter when growing in a sea of green. Outdoor growers average around 350 grams per plant. THC percentages range between 15 to 21% making Mazari some legit shit.

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Mazari feminized cannabis seeds are just what your cannabis seed collection needs. You can find these incredible seeds from Seedsman right here at Ice Headshop. This delightful cannabis seed produces strong Indica dominant characteristics that are loved by medical cannabis consumers globally. With genetic heritage from Skunk Number 1 and Afghan along with others this incredible strain of cannabis maybe just the thing you need if you suffer from one of many different conditions. Medical cannabis consumers who suffer with the symptoms of chronic pain, inflammation, stress, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and more enjoy the relief they get from heavy indicas such as this.

With a delectable flavor profile that’s remanence of hash and an aroma with hints of Skunk and Afghani dancing in the air this strain of cannabis is a must have any connoisseur or serious collector of the herb. Show that you know how to grow, grow your cannabis seed collection like a pro that is. Growing your cannabis seed collection in a professional direction is easier than ever before thanks to your online cannabis seeds superstore, Ice Headshop.

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Mazari boasts great genetics that were bound to produce a winner and this is quite clearly the case. Many seed banks produce their own versions, under an assortment of names, due to its sheer quality. Afghani indicas have a great reputation for producing vast amounts of resin and when wedded to Skunk #1 we experience greatly enhanced yields and great flavour.

Mazari stays quite short and grows with a Christmas-tree profile which means plenty of yield-improving side-branching. Alternatively when grown in a Sea of Green set-up it delivers high quantities of fat central colas. The resin-encrusted buds are very smooth-tasting and remind one of good Afghani hashish. It can be grown outdoors and in a green house although with 9 weeks flowering outdoor cultivation is best restricted to warmer regions as harvest can be in late October/early November when frosts and rains at higher latitudes will preclude a successful outcome.