Master Kaze is a cross between Master Kush Skunk and Afghan Haze, making it more of an Afghan-dominant plant. All three constituent strains are, in their own right, highly regarded.
This combination is sure to delight; as it is the F1 strain, there will be a range of phenotypes from which growers are advised to choose the one(s) that best suits them.
Master Kaze will produce a variety of plants with different characteristics, some of them almost completely Afghan, some of them very Haze with others in-between and displaying a range of qualities.
Medical growers will be spoiled for choice with the variation available. Flowering indoors will take anywhere from 8 to 10 weeks, although the odd one may take longer than this.
Yields are between 400-500 gr/m2. Plants grown outdoors will be ready during October in northern latitudes, but in regions where early autumn rains may occur, it is recommended to use a greenhouse instead of to protect their crops.
Plants grown outdoors or in a greenhouse will have potentially large yields.
Therapeutic applications for Master Kaze include muscle tension, premenstrual tension, multiple sclerosis and stimulation of appetite.