The Indica-dominant Mazar also exhibits Indica growth properties, which means it is compact, sturdy, and naturally resistant to pests and pathogens, and best of all—easy to handle, even by inexperienced growers. These feminized seeds mature into a compact, medium-sized plant, reaching about 100 to 200 cm in height. This size is ideal for indoor cultivators with limited growing space. Furthermore, if you use the Sea of Green (SOG) or even the Screen of Green (ScrOG) technique, you can save space while maximizing yields.
When it comes to maintaining the proper environment in the grow tent, pay special attention to the relative humidity (RH). Make sure that it stays within 50 to 65%. Since the plants are bunched together in a ScrOG and SOG setup, the leaves may collect moisture in their crevices and raise the RH of the grow room. One way around this problem is to prune the foliage to promote better airflow and to prevent moisture buildup. Another way is to install oscillating fans. Just make sure that the wind is not strong enough to cause branch breaking.Also, maintain a temperature range of 21 to 26 °C (70 to 80 °F) during the day and 18 to 21 °C (65 to 70 °F) at night.
This strain also flourishes well in outdoor settings, but if you have the means, try growing it in a greenhouse. If grown outdoors, make sure that it is planted in a patch of land that receives plenty of sunlight to help it grow faster and achieve more copious yields. This plant thrives in warm, Mediterranean-like weather.
As for the growing medium, Mazar thrives in both soil and hydroponics. However, if you are just starting out as a cannabis cultivator, it is more recommended to opt for nutrient-rich organic soil as it will be easier to maintain. And if you want to significantly boost the cannabinoid and terpene levels of the herb, all you have to do is to add ample nutrients to your substrate, but just make sure that it is never excessive. Otherwise, it could lead to nutrient burn. Experienced growers, on the other hand, have the option to grow Mazar seeds in a hydroponics setup. Not only will this lead to accelerated growth, but it can also help maximize the bud production, leading to more copious yields. This is because the roots of the plant are directly submerged in the nutrient-rich water, which means it can directly soak up nutrients and water without having to expend too much energy building a far-reaching root system. Instead, the energy is spent on developing more lush foliage and buds.
With indoor cultivation, Mazar plants take around 8 to 10 weeks of flowering to produce 450 to 550 grams of luscious buds per square meter planted. Outdoors, the harvest season may last from late October to early November. Here, you can expect to harvest 350 to 450 grams of succulent buds per plant. Be sure to harvest the buds in time to protect it from heavy autumn rainfall and early winter frost which can spoil your harvest.