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.