Master Kush Strain


Caryophyllene, Limonene, Myrcene

Strain Type





< 30 in

Yield (oz/ft2)

3 – 6

Flowering Time

8 – 9 weeks

Harvest Month


Pack Size

3, 6, 12, 24


Premium Cultivars

Seed Type


Master Kush Seeds

Master Kush Feminized origin

Master Kush, formerly known as High Rise, first appeared in the 1990s. Its name today could not be more appropriate: it has been a master cultivar for decades, winning the Cannabis Cup three times. Snoop Dogg, the music legend and business executive, gave this cultivar his nod of approval because of its everlasting charm.

Master Kush feminized was born when two classic cultivars were combined. Most of the plant’s genetic make-up is influenced by the original Hindu Kush — this cultivar is likely the definitive forefather of many of today’s most recognized Indica elites.

Skunk #1, on the other hand, is the result of a meticulous, careful breeding process comprising three magnificent landraces.

Master Kush is a tetraploid, meaning it has four sets of chromosomes rather than the usual two. Its vegetative phase is somewhat longer than Hindu Kush’s, but once it blooms, these feminized seeds from Premium Cultivars will yield plants with huge flowers.

Germinating Master Kush Feminized Seeds

Germinating feminized master kush cannabis seeds has never been easier. Using the paper towel method, you could save on cost as the materials required are readily available. Besides, it is easy to follow, even for novice cultivators.

Follow the following guide to enjoy the best germination outcomes off your master kush feminized seeds from Premium Cultivars:

  1. Gather all the necessary items, including a plate, paper towels, forceps, water, and your feminized seeds.
  2. Dip the paper towels in water
  3. Wring out the excess water so that the towels are damp and not soaking.
  4. Place one towel on the plate and carefully start arranging your master kush feminized seeds one inch apart.
  5. Cover the seeds using the other paper towel and check to make sure no excess water is left on the plate.
  6. Put your seeds in a warm, dark environment, ideally a drawer, cupboard, etc.
  7. Let the seeds sit there for 20-120 hours as you closely monitor to ensure they do not dry out completely.
  8. If necessary, add some water to keep the seeds moist.
  9. Once you notice a taproot emerge, it means that your seeds are ready for transplanting.

Growing Master Kush Feminized seeds

Based on your level of skill, growing Master Kush is anywhere between easy and moderate. Fortunately, the Hindu Kush influence makes it rot and mold hardy.

With short, dense branches, the plant has a solid structure. It will not develop much taller than 2.5 feet, and if cultivated indoors, it will be even smaller, so the room is not a concern. Despite its small stature, it immediately draws attention to itself with its gorgeous hues. As it develops, the colors change from orange to red and yellow.

Master Kush feminized has thick, compact leaves. Although generally hardy, trimming is still advised to improve nutrition absorption, light exposure, and ventilation. These females do not have hermaphroditic characteristics; thus, the pruning process will not harm the plant.

As harvest draws, the colas get jam-packed with strong blossoms wrapped in frosty, tempting crystals.

Feminized Master Kush cannabis comes from the wild mountains, implying it prefers organic, nutrient-rich soil. Its short growing cycle and controlled height make it an excellent choice for Sea of Green arrangements. It could be extremely beneficial to increase output, particularly when up to four plants are cultivated simultaneously. It usually takes 7-9 weeks to flower before yielding about 1.31 ounces per square foot.

Outside, master kush appreciates a warm, dry atmosphere. It mostly offers more substantial results when cultivated in an outdoor setting, so long as it is harvested from September to October, just before the cold weather. You could reap up to 17.6 ounces of dense, sticky buds per plant.

Feminized Master Kush seeds

These cannabis seeds develop into short, sturdy plants that could be sown almost anyplace, making them ideal for growers of all skillsets. Moreover, employing master kush feminized cannabis seeds has the extra benefit of ensuring that the massive buds will be productive 99% of the time, as there is no possibility of accidental pollination.

Master Kush Feminized FAQs

How long does Master Kush Feminized take to germinate?

After placing your seeds in a warm, dark, humid environment, you should expect to see taproots emerging in two to five days.

What is the Master Kush Feminized flower time?

Unlike many kush cultivars, feminized master kush seeds have a reduced flowering time of 7-9 weeks.

How long does it take Master Kush Feminized to grow?

Outdoors, it takes about two months for the master kush feminized to develop fully. You can mess around with the timings in an indoor environment to ensure your plant develops faster.

Does Master Kush Feminized grow better in hydro or soil?

Master Kush Feminized thrives in a hydroponic SOG (sea of green) setting, though it could also perform well in soil.

How tall does Master Kush Feminized grow?

Feminized master kush seeds grow into short, dense plants, reaching a maximum height of 30 inches.

Where is the best place to Master Kush Feminized in the USA?

Premium Cultivars should be your No.1 online cannabis dispensary. We deliver quality genuine feminized seeds that are bred by some of the most experienced cultivators.

Are there any other names for Master Kush Feminized?

Master Kush is also popularly referred to as ‘Grandmaster Kush,’ ‘Purple SoCal Master Kush,’ or ‘High Rise.’

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