Super Mazar is available as feminized photoperiod, or as feminized auto flowering seed. This version is feminized photoperiod, meaning it will not switch to flowering phase based on its age. To do so, it needs a change in lighting schedule. Photoperiod plants can grow bigger and can be cloned. Because their growing and flowering phases are longer, they have more time to produce more yield.
Genotype of this strain is mostly indica. It originates from Afghani indica, Mexican sativa and Colombian sativa. Those elder strains produced Skunk #1, that was later mixed with Afghani indica one more time. This cross resulted in Super Mazar. Super Mazar taste is softer than before, and they managed to improve on the yield. As both parents are very consistent, the offspring is very consistent too.
Super Mazar can be grown indoors or outdoors. Indoors, the flowering period ends after 8 to 9 weeks. The plants indoors can produce around 550 grams per square meter. Outdoors, the plant is ready to be harvested in October. It produces around 600 grams per plants. It reaches medium height. The Afghani (Mazar-i-Shariff) part is a very short Christmas tree like plant, that looks just like pure indica and is very resinous. The Afghani-cross with Skunk #1 gives the variety a bigger yield and better taste.
Super Mazar produces beautiful golden buds, that can contain around 21 % of T and a medium amount of C. They are covered with resin crystals. Even though this strain is mostly indica, its sativa ancestors have provided and uplifting high, mixed with relaxed feeling. Pretty high amount of T might not be suitable for people that do not have good tolerance for it.