Money Maker

Original Master Kush x Hindu Kush x Skunk
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30%  SATIVA  -  70%  INDICA  

THC:  20,42%  CBD:  0,86%   CBN:  0,20%  

Original Master Kush x Hindu Kush x Skunk (feminised)

Short plant (average internodal distance 5-7 cm)

Flowering Indoor
8 weeks flowering time with a yield up to 1.0 gram (dry and manicured) per watt per m2 (with 1000W HPS).

Flowering Outdoor
8-9 weeks flowering time, with production up to 1 kg per plant depending on the final size. Support for the branches is recommended.

Taste (burned)
Nutty, vegetal, spicy, fruity.

Scent (unburned)
Berries, spices, kushy, roasted.

Quality/Type of High
Strong, physical, very intense on the legs, couch locking, meditative.

This incredible strain won first prize in the High Times Cannabis Cup of 1994 in the hydroponic category. The cross is really complex: Master Kush x Hindu Kush x Skunk. A true Indica strain. It’s still one of our most productive plants ever, perfect for beginners and pros alike.

The effects of this strain are very relaxing, almost narcotic. Perfect for pain therapy, insomnia, appetite stimulation, or just for a complete sense of relaxation. The onset is slow and gradual. First you will notice a pure body effect. After a while, the mental high will come on and remain mild for the duration. The flavor of this genetic is purely hearty and spiced. Almost like black pepper, with a slight garlic feel. Very particular! Some phenotypes bring a sweeter taste, almost like berries. The most expressed terpenes are Myrcene, β-Caryophyllene and α -Humulene.

The vigor of this plant is incredible, almost Sativa-like, but with pure Indica traits. Short and bushy, with small internodes, it grows very fast. Indoors, this plant completes the flowering cycle in 7–8 weeks, with production of up to 750–800g/m2. It’s suggested to defoliate this plant when necessary, due by its high vigor and leaf production. Outdoors, this plant is a real monster: the production is up to 1000–1200g/plant, with an average height of 140–170 cm. In the Northern Hemisphere, harvest time is between the end of September and the beginning of October. The Money Maker can take high nutrient levels (1.8–2 EC) and grows very well in soil, coco, hydroponic or aeroponic systems.

The flowers are dense and full of calyx, but with a small number of leaves and medium trichome production. Under some conditions it can form foxtails.