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Cambium

Mazar

Hi. So 10 odd years ago, I grew out a pack of Dutch Passion Mazar regs. I found one or two pretty special medicinal plants, appetite, nausea, sleep etc..

 

Has anyone grown this out recently? I remember reading some years ago that it had gone downhill like a lot of Dutch breeding. I was wondering if anybody had had any recent experiences with DPs Mazar regs, or had any suggestions for alternative breeders producing something similar to what DPs Mazar used to be.

 

Cheers

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Oh, and RSC Mazar-i doesn't cut the mustard and I don't have time for a breeding project at the moment. 

 

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@Cambium

 

Hello fella,was only talking about Mazar the other day in here  http://www.uk420.com/boards/index.php?/topic/383878-recommend-an-afghan-please/&page=3

 

Thinking of getting a pack for a xmas treat myself.  :yep:

 

Tenchie.

http://www.uk420.com/boards/uploads/gallery/album_10895/med_gallery_88844_10895_55844.jpg  Just checked back and this is the reworked version from 2015.

 

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the bud on the right as you look is mazari from seedsman, easy grow, nice weed, not very stinky, but stoney when you get on it, I thought it might be the same as the old dp version, but it wasn't, don't get me wrong, there wasn't anything at all with it, it just wasn't the same!

 

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Thanks for the replies.

 

1 hour ago, Tenchie said:

was only talking about Mazar the other day in here

 

Maybe worth a go after reading that. Cheers. 

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This was my first indoor plant that i grew back in 2004-5.  Was in nft, i was an amateur (still fkin am if my latest yields are owt to go by) and yielded a very respectable 8Oz under a 400!  From what i remember the smoke was good and stony with a touch of couchlock.. Now, this is why i actually grew it, the hash. The bubble hash i made kicked my arse so much i was wobbling and shaking while shopping at asda with our lass! Threw a few whities with that hash :rofl:

Still got and use the same bags.. Quality bubble man bags with made in Nepal tags on and only £80 at that time.. 

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I grew mazar in 2004 outdoors ,five or six plants and they were fantastic. In 2007 I grew some inside and they were much like the others in characteristics  .Extremely pungent plants indoors though ,very strong bud ,heavy on the head but not so sedate ,still quite strong .I remember sitting down with a quick dried bud ,rolling it up and not being able to finish my smoke .Hadn't grown much indoors at that stage. Over the years I bought a few packs of mazar ,regs and fem .Last time was in 2015 ,a friend grew most ,but mine nor his nor any other were like the earlier batch of seed. They flowered with arotting flesh and stale mango smell ,something putrid and a little sweet.

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i grew some dp mazar back in 2004 i think and it smelt of hashy rubber .

 

it was stoney ,i did a dp blueberry that turned purple and tasted of refreshers.

 

the blueberry outshone the mazar in my opinion. that was 12 years ago not sure whats what with dp now .

 

it was only one plant of each so i cannot really judge anything really just my opinion .

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Black domina would be worth looking at

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