Environmental conditions for week 8: 40% RH 25°C air temperature Light 45cm from the canopy 1.5l of water per 24 hours. At the start of week 8, you’ll want to start flushing your plant. First of all, stop feeding your plants Easy Bloom at this stage.
Next, simply flood the soil with as much water as it can hold and wait for it to empty. Repeat this process several times over the next two weeks. Flushing removes excess nutrients and gives your buds a smooth taste. Now, reach for your trimmers and start defoliating. This method works really well alongside low-stress training to further enhance yields. Cut away the small fan leaves from the lower nodes and the shabbier fan leaves near the top of the canopy. This will help increase light exposure and further reduce the risk of mould. Your hard work and dedication will pay off soon in the form of juicy, resinous buds.
However, there are still a couple of jobs to tend to before this epic moment. You must strive to keep these environmental factors in balance to avoid any final infestations or other issues: 40% RH 25°C air temperature Light 45cm from the canopy 1.5l of water per 24 hours. You'll also notice the fan leaves start to become discoloured and even drop off. This means that you've successfully flushed your plants and you're one step away from harvest time. Many autoflowers will be ready to harvest during week 10! You will know your buds are ready to be snipped when the majority of trichomes are milky in colour and the pistils have taken on a reddish/brown hue. If you notice that some of your buds are ripe and others aren’t, try a progressive harvest. You’ll most likely notice the buds closer to the top of the canopy finish first. Even if you trained your plant, some buds will naturally sit closer to the light than others. Also, don't worry if your plant seems behind or ahead at this point in the timeline. Slower-growing strains such as Amnesia Haze Automatic might need a bit more time to mature, whereas others might already be finished. After harvesting your buds, start the drying and curing process to ensure a tasty, top-shelf stash. With so many choices out there, things can get confusing. Check out our 10 best autoflowers in each strain category below to make this decision much easier! Hey thanks for posting this I have the same light set up, how high did you hang them? Hey thanks for posting this I have the same light set up, how high did you hang them? I had the lights around six inches over the canopy pretty much the entire time. T5 lights don't have the best penetration so you want to keep the canopy trained as even as possible to keep the lights close. Here you can find all info about Mazar from Dutch Passion . If you are searching for information about Mazar from Dutch Passion, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Degustation, Awards, Strain Reviews, Medicinal Properties, Direct Comparisons, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy, Hybrids / Crossbreeds, User Comments or Threads for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information - or list all Mazar Strains (±44) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database! Mazar is a mostly indica variety from Dutch Passion and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) (as like as outdoors in the right climate zones) . Dutch Passions Mazar is a THC dominant variety and is/was also available as feminized seeds.
2nd price `High Times Cup` 1999 2nd price `Highlife Cup` 2002. This is an upgraded selection of our valued former Afghan/Skunk. The taste is softer than before and we managed to improve on yield. The Afghani (Mazar-i-Shariff) part is a very short christmastree- like plant, 100% Indica and very resinous.
The F1-cross with Skunk#1 gives the variety a bigger yield and better taste.