Auto Mazar® is a high performance autoflower, she is robust and easy to grow. She is also a reliable producer of great quality cannabis whether grown in soil, coco fibre or a hydro system. Auto Mazar® delivers a genuinely strong and long lasting high. This is one of the most consistent autoflowers ever created and remains Dutch Passion’s best selling autoflower for all the right reasons.
Original Mazar is a legendary prize-winning variety which needs no introduction; we crossed this with an indica-dominant auto to create Auto Mazar®. The plants typically reach 70-80cm, they grow strongly and yield extremely well. New growers often crop 50g+ of sticky potent bud per plant. Experienced growers routinely crop 100-200g+ per plant especially in hydro systems. The best result so far is 900g.
On 28-08-2017 at 05:48u Massgrass wrote: Auto Mazar were the first beans I ever bought. Looked like a good beginner strain for my organic super soil / cob setup. Easy germ/sprout. Couple days each. They (2) weathered a transplant, adverse climate, light stress, and stunted roots (my bad, learned from it.) This resulted in multiple deficiencies, chlorosis, and a month of suspended animation mid- flower. They held on tight, and responded well to intervention, (Roots Organics), with new green growth and an awesome explosion of pistils. Pencilled them in for another month to make up for lost time. Flowers finally fattened, pistils (fluffy, most ever!) took on a rich deep orange-red, trichomes transitioned.
Day 120(!). CHOP.
First plants of any kind for me! Formidable challenges. Beginners mistakes. Learning curve.
RESULTS / YEILD:
2 VERY forgiving plants, cleaned up and cured. Burnin' smooth, makin' friends.
On 23-08-2017 at 15:26u Allan wrote: I am 9 weeks into my auto mazaar grow. I germinated the seed no problem. It popped in 2 days. I cut the bottom off a large pot and put it directly in the ground. Filled the pot with good soil and pearlite. The plant has stopped growing at 16" and is flowering. It looks very healthy. No yellow leaves. But at least 3 weeks to go. I am in North West Europe. Wet windy climate. I probably won't get anywhere near 50g. I'd love some advice on bulking her up. I've fed her small amounts of veg nutes and have recently moved to flowering tomato nutes.
On 18-08-2017 at 06:20u HillWilliam wrote: I love the growth of my soil one remarkable plant! Tried 2 in bubble buckets and they froze up at 5.8 pH and using half strength General Hydro when they were about 1 foot tall. After a month I put it in soil in a last ditch effort and it took off and looks promising. ( I could be completely at fault, im not going to say my inexperience couldnt have done it)
On 26-05-2017 at 22:22u S Z wrote: grew this on my balcony in spain, 3 of 3 germed within 2 days and the plants was very bushy, healthy, averaged at about 100g a plant but could have been better but that was cause the sun was not optimal, the high was decent but the smell was very pleasing mango sorbet icecream, had my cousin who dont smoke smell it, and i can tell you people wouldnt know it was weed if they didnt see it !. next time im doing the regular mazar tho and hoping for that mango smell + a slightly better high cheers
On 24-01-2017 at 11:15u Eddy wrote: DN, 24th Jan. Sorry to hear you have a bit of phenotype variation and different plant hight. Most of the time this is a consistent variety, but each plant may show some slight differences even though they are from the same genetic line. I would be tempted to let the plants finish and the buds cure, and then make an evaluation. Normally, you should have some strong buds from this variety. Good luck
On 24-01-2017 at 09:06u DN wrote: Dear Dutch Passion team,
I bought a pack of 3 Auto Mazar seeds and germinated two of them without any problems. Growing condition are good. Temperature during flowering time has never exceeded 26C during the day and never dropped below 19C. However, the plants showed two totally different phenotypes. One is very short (only 42 cm in height). It just stopped growing. It has almost no leaves and totally covered in large buds, smell is very strong. It is at day 74 now but the potency is next to none when I sampled it. It looks totally ready for harvest and certain trichomes are even amber coloured but it produces no indica stone just a very light high feeling. I'm very disappointed. The other plant seems like it would need another 3 weeks to get ready. It is somewhat taller but still only 64 cm in height. But it is already more potent than the first one. And I just tried the lowest smallest and obviously immature bud. What is wrong with a consistency of a most consistent strain as specified on the web site. Please, do not get me wrong, but after all the expenses (and I live in country where most people earn 100euro per month) it is very frustrating. I would really appreciate to hear your comments on this.
On 10-01-2017 at 12:17u Eddy wrote: Captain Danger, 6th Jan 2017.
Autos with an Afghan edge to them and good mold resistance would be AutoMazar and AutoNight Queen. Other autos that pack a punch and are well worth trying outdoors are AutoBrooklyn Sunrise, AutoUltimate, AutoFrisian Dew and Auto Duck (with webbed leaves its very stealthy too)
On 06-01-2017 at 12:38u Captain danger wrote: Hi dudes..iv had good result outside with fem fresian dew... june to end october ..now this yr im going bad ass with auto and will start indoor beg march to go outside april... I love the afghani genetics, and I like the mould resistance of fresian.. if u were to do a few outside from apr - oct , which strain would yalll use? love yor avice
On 07-12-2016 at 21:32u Ray wrote: I am quite disappointed that the strain takes so long.Today is the beginning of WEEK 14 and Flowers are STILL NOT FULL OR RIPE. I will be forced to harvest in one week, so a flush has been started.
210 watts actual draw LED. 2 plants, in soil with light nutes. 2 pheno's.The first germed in less than a week and grew fast at the beginning, very slow in the end, but with fantastic purples during flowering. The second one really struggled to germinate, and was about 2 weeks behind in growth. Grew taller during flower, and maintained a green colour.
I still have 5 seeds, so we will see what happens next run, but judging from this one this strain might not be worth the extra month and electricity for the estimated yield of less than 1oz each.
On 06-12-2016 at 13:39u Eddy wrote: CbA, 5th December.
AutoMazar is not a particularly strong smelling variety when grown outdoors or in a greenhouse. But like all varieties she does smell at harvest, but if you are growing outdoors or in a greenhouse you should get away with it :-) Good luck
On 05-12-2016 at 15:20u CbA wrote: Is this strain very smelly one?
Looking at getting some in the greenhouse next year.
On 20-10-2016 at 01:56u Highinky wrote: Grown in the hills of kentucky. This is mold pest and general idiot proof. Kentucky can have high heat to cool nights didnt faze it .highly recommend for ky growers.
On 13-08-2016 at 21:43u NRG wrote: i have just crossed this strain with autobrooklyn sunrise 2w old plant growing i have 150 seed plus brooklyn woz the male plant free seeds yippy ps got them seed in post thanks MASTERS at WORK :)
On 27-07-2016 at 21:19u Cannabaes wrote: Latitude 47 degrees north
Planted 2 AutoMazar seeds on April 15. All organic soil.
Outdoor grow after being under T5 light for a month or so at 18/6 ratio.
Plants are about 1.6 meters. (I am in awe!)
Flowers are on their way and harvest should be in 2 weeks. I am calculating between 110 - 115 days they should be ready.
This is well over 10 weeks based on DutchPassion's information. I am wondering if organic outdoor grow takes longer.
The XL definition is very correct though. The plant is large and carries alot of buds. Too bad there is no file attachment allowed to show pics.
On 27-07-2016 at 19:14u Dave wrote: just harvested 2 automazar,outdoor grown in polytunnel,coco with a+b and canna boost.
took a bit longer,approx 85 days but i have to say they look fantastic,massive christmas trees covered with crystals,large calyx-best i've ever grown,wont be going back to regular seeds.
now waiting for autocolorado to finish.......
thankyou guys !!
On 31-05-2016 at 15:25u Afganec wrote: Hi, can I grow Automazar indoors with other non-automatic strains? My question is how will Automazar flower during 12/12 cycle? Is it enough for this strain? I know that usually it grows and flowers in 18/6 cycle.
On 21-03-2016 at 18:20u J wrote: A solid strain, from a great seed bank ! I had reason to contact customer services and was treated quickly, fairly and will gladly recommend Dutch Passion to anyone. Top marks.
On 19-02-2016 at 10:00u Eddy - Dutch Passion wrote: Happy Camper - its a question of personal taste whether to lollypop or not (i.e. remove lower branches). Some experienced growers always do it. AutoMazar is such a tough variety that she can take it !
On 18-02-2016 at 09:09u Happy Camper wrote: Fantastic plant that I grew before and got 2.5oz per plant under a 250 watt. Can you tell me if it's worth doing lollipop with this or is it not recommended??
On 21-07-2015 at 16:05u Joe wrote: My Automazar its 30 cm in height 4 week after germination, It seem to develop very slow. The other plants (autobluberrry, brainstorm, etc) they grow insanely fast. They all received the same treatment: biocanna vega, rhizo and boost, under 420 W dual spectrum in Canna Terra Profesional. 11 liters pots. The temp is a bit higher, around 27-28 as im living in very warm country.
Any advices please?
On 04-05-2015 at 18:27u BuddyColas wrote: My first go at autos. I grew 2 and trained them just like photos. I topped, tied and trimmed them for a flat canopy of about 30 tops each. They finished about 30" high and took a bit longer at 77 days and 84 days each (don't want to rush the girls!). Dry weight of 219g and 229g! When the say this is a "robust strain" with "tremendous yield" it is true! And a very nice Indica body effect. Thanks Dutch Passion.
On 03-03-2015 at 11:30u Eddy - Dutch Passion wrote: HASIM - the plants should stop stretching in the next week or two and then it will start to flower. Good luck
On 05-09-2014 at 19:01u Frederic wrote: Hello, i grew automazar 2 years ago and it's a good one except its flavor . It hasn't the fine taste of the classical mazar i've already grown before,this good hashish smell very enjoyable . The 2 strains came from the same seller dutch passion.
On 06-08-2014 at 00:10u Burak wrote: hemen istiyorum
On 28-05-2013 at 12:37u BbICPAHbIEKOCTu wrote: Вырастил две штуки на DWC один куст был очень смолистый , соотношение листья-шишки было 30-70. Был ОЧЕНЬ силен...классический мазар. Жрачь-спать.+алкоголь блевать. Другой был сплошняком шишечный. Но послабее...на уровне первого лоурайдера. И тоде не сативный. Урожай был порядка 770 грамм с обоих кустов. свет . 600+400 на веге? первые три недели цветения 600x600, остаток цвета одна 600. репорт на olk.Рекомендую. Однако нестабильность надо исправлять. I waitin Amazar#2!!! with *.* Shitty Bones
On 20-04-2012 at 17:16u Robbo wrote: I have to agree with the other reviewers - solid indoor grower!
There is a lot you'll see on the Internet about the world famous yields one grower obtained and, having seen 4 of these grow in person I can believe it's possible - anyone that says otherwise thinks the world's flat or the moon is made of cheese (not the exodus or garden type!).
Anyway, for new growers worried about hype and faced with making decisions about where to spend your money - forget the rest, this will get you started and you'll quickly find your feet with DP Auto Mazar, I only wish we could all grow more!
So don't forget,
no need to put money on a bet,
have a go with Auto Mazar,
you'll see for yourself,
this is a great cultivar!
On 03-04-2012 at 17:54u Taff, Hereford wrote: AutoMazar was the first auto I grew and I never realised they grew as big with so much bud. Mine was done indoors with lights on for 20 hours each day. The plants were around a metre tall when grown in coco. I chopped them on day 70 which is what DP recommend and got a good couple of ounces off each one, I was well chuffed with the result.
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