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Kind024
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Greetings to you and yours. I hope you're having a blast!

 

Things will be a bit slow till my daughter leaves. There are a bunch of notes to go with but here's the arbor in the meantime. 

 

Mazari group photo...and a couple modern hybrids.

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#4, Lady.

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#6, Lady.

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#16, Lady. 

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These gentlemen are two of the strongest scented plants in the group. The stem rub is sticky too.

#20 Gentleman.

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#25, Gentleman.

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Be the light. 

Unconditional, 

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Kind024
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Hello everyone, I hope you and yours are having a blast!

 

Here are the Mazari that finished inside. These photos were taken at 70 days.

 

The Mazari plants did sit in the dark from day 62-64 while some hybrids were getting ready for harvest. Then they were given an 8 hours photoperiod for the next 6 days. And very little water. 

 

Overall the plants grew well. They got away from me in the beginning. I underestimated their demands of the soil. They like a rich soil. 

 

They finished a with a little lockout and rich in minerals. I've been testing my water, which comes from a pond, and it's over 700ppm out of the tap and its a little over 7pH. I'm looking into RO filters however the water pressure here is limited to 40-50psi from an electric pump which feeds the whole house. That limits the filter options. 40 or 50 gallons a day would do.

 

All these plants have been bagged separately and frozen fresh for a bubble wash.

 

All of the Mazari that finished inside did push out a few late season anthers, a couple on the top flowers. They came after the 8th week. I picked a couple to look for pollen and didn't see any. Most died off as soon as they appeared. #12 was the only one that was allowed to finish indoors that had a fully formed male flower.

 

There are copies of the other females that didnt get to run inside yet. They will be tested over time. 

 

Mazar #1. Scented of tootsie rolls, that's a new scent for me. She was over 6' out of the container had alot of branches like this. All the plants were well branched and big. Unfortunately my helper didn't feel the need to save any of the whole plants photos so I'm at a loss. Thankfully they saved the main flower picks. This first image is as close as we have to a full plant shot. Each one out produced the hybrids.

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Mazar #6. This is the favorite. An exotic scent and oily resin. Its a sharp scent of citrus fruit with a minty undertone. I'm keeping this one to run a few more times.

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Mazar #12. Scented of mild citrus/spice with that minty thing coming through. Its not like the herb mint, more like a toothpaste mint. This plant pushed out a male flower toward the end. Being so close to the end it was removed. These plants and their flowers are large, bigger than any other cultivar I've raised indoors.

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Mazar #16. Scented of spicey orange gummy candies. The biggest flowers I've seen inside. I'm fond of the scent from this plant and hope it comes through in the flavor of the hash.

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More from the project on the hill to follow. 

 

Thank you for your patience. Till next time, keep on keepin on!

Unconditional, 

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gorilla ganja

Well done, they look fantastic. and look like they they will be easy to trim.

 Looking forward to the outdoors update. 

 

Peace GG

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Kind024

Hello everyone, some lapse in posts. The phone is limiting but been better than none. 

 

Most if these ladies will be short on season. There are a few that are coming along. #4 and #8 are expressing purple in the flowers and a couple of the gentlemen are too. It hasn't been that cold yet. The climate is just starting to shift around here. The trees are just starting to turn too. 

 

 

9/10/19, 

This is the Mazari #3.

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Mazari #8. This is one of the taller plants in group at over 8'.

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Mazari #32. Sort of a light pine and sweet melon scent. He's a good one. 

Probably close to 9' tall.

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Ill get some more images loaded shortly. 

 

Have a wonderful full moon!

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3rdCoaster

It is always a real joy to see people working plants in the great outdoors.   Thanks for the time you spend sharing your adventure and fingers crossed that mother nature will provide a long window to finish them in.


"You are never lost.  Follow your breath to take you home." 

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CannaFish

That male is looking worthy. I'm glad to see someone running these. This may be a stupid question... how is the resin on them? They don't look as sparkly as california kush but looks aren't important with hash.

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Bugman

thats a real nice looking male , guessing your gona use some of tha pollen to mak a few seeds.

loveing the orange darker pistels

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Kind024
On 9/14/2019 at 5:23 AM, 3rdCoaster said:

It is always a real joy to see people working plants in the great outdoors.   Thanks for the time you spend sharing your adventure and fingers crossed that mother nature will provide a long window to finish them in.

 

Thank you brother @3rdCoaster, it is an adventure. So far the weather has been far, a little more overcast than the plants might prefer, but less the PNW down pours that can assist mold to overtake.

 

The stock will be limited. I knew it was a roll. I'm excited to see how the next generation from the few finishers acclimate to the northern latitudes. 

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Kind024
On 9/15/2019 at 7:20 AM, CannaFish said:

That male is looking worthy. I'm glad to see someone running these. This may be a stupid question... how is the resin on them? They don't look as sparkly as california kush but looks aren't important with hash.

Hi @CannaFish, the spectrum of the resin was broad as far as size, texture and quantity...from looks and touch. The indoor flowers are still in the freezer. I haven't made the time to sit down a give them a proper wash yet...I'll keep it posted. 

 

Resin quality is like any other trait. It will need to be selected for. This strain hasn't experienced 3+ decades of hybridization/inbreeding we find in most modern hybrids. And I suppose quality is perception.

 

I agree brother, it doesn't matter if the flowers look pretty in a bag when they are being processed for the resin...nobody seems to mind when they are holding the charas. 

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Kind024
On 9/15/2019 at 9:39 AM, Bugman said:

thats a real nice looking male , guessing your gona use some of tha pollen to mak a few seeds.

loveing the orange darker pistels

Thanks brother @Bugman, he was a good specimen and some pollen was collected, it's in the freezer. I may play pollen ninja with a couple lower branches from this next round of flowers. 

 

I'm in the middle of making selections so they aren't all "keepers" yet. But id like to see what he brings to the table so we'll see a couple seeds. 

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CannaFish

Thanks for the great thread Kind. I’m sitting here on vacation reading it all.  
Im very interested in your final judgement of the strain.

You really give your plants lots of quality attention. Do you ever leave a “control” plant? One without the aloes and frass and such? I like the idea of Fukuoka’s do-nothing method, but I know a lot of work goes into it.

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Kingfish

Always a treat brother @Kind024 & thank you for sharing. Just curious if these plants are generally similar sized for the outside grow? Thought I read a few posts stating that these plants can get really big and go really late into the season, even frosty / snowy conditions, similar to a few other high elevation hash region cultivars. No shortage of questions from my end. Thank you for your patience and knowledge. 
 

just noticed that big male, looks like some potential there for sure.

 

”Balls said the Queen, If I had two, I’d be King..”

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xxPeacePipexx

Mazar is probably my favorite of all of the Afghanica type , especially when it reaches its potential and stands upwards of 3 meters. Have been working with a few Mazar Dom plants myself and I just might have to pull some old seed out now..

 

Late to the show, but excited none the less to follow!


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