Because of the Master Kush plant’s compact structure, you can employ the Sea of Green (SOG) method for indoor cultivation. Cluster several plants in a small growing area, but be sure to give enough space. You should also consider pruning to ensure better air circulation and light exposure. And when it comes to feeding, this marijuana loves sucking up lots of nutrients from organic soil. Keep your ladies happy, and they will give you 400 grams (14 ounces) of bud per square meter in 8 to 10 weeks.
Other factors to consider are the temperature and relative humidity (RH) as the plant enters its different growth stages. It is recommended that you install a Thermo hygrometer in your grow room or tent to check that the levels are as follows:
- Seedling stage: 23 to 26 degrees Celsius (74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit), 70% RH
- Vegetative stage: 21 to 26 degrees Celsius (70 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit), 40% to 60% RH
- Flowering stage: 20 to 23 degrees Celsius (68 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit), 40% to 50% RH
- Final 2 weeks of flowering: 18 to 24 degrees Celsius (64 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit), 40% to 45% RH
You could also raise Master Kush outside in a hot and sunny tropical climate, where it can grow 130 to 160 cm (4 to 5 feet). You can harvest by late September to early October before the weather turns cold, and it will yield 500 grams (17 ounces) of resin-coated buds per plant.
Utilizing regular seeds for cannabis cultivation gives you a 50/50 chance of getting male and female plants. Should you wish to venture into future breeding projects, you can keep the male plants but make sure to place them in a separate room to avoid accidental pollination. On the other hand, feminized seeds are guaranteed to sprout female plants – perfect for beginners.