Hashmaster Marijuana Strain


Doc Bush Seed Co.

Sativa 60 / Indica 40
Origins: Hashmaster backcrossed strain
Flowering: 70 days
Harvest: mid October

Shaped like a classic Mexican pine, hashmaster is a 60/40 sativa/indica hybrid revived through the backcrossing work of Doc Bush. This variety was originally purchased from Marc Emery in the mid-1990s, but became unavailable shortly afterward. After five backcrosses, Doc Bush’s Hashmaster is now fully stabilized so that cross-pollinating seedlings will produce true Hashmaster seeds, avoiding wild f2 hybrids.

The branches of this strain can reach up to a foot indoors and as long as 4 feet outdoors. Hashmaster’s leaves are large distinct fans with many dark green leaflets. Due to the massive size and easily identifiable skunk aroma that travels on the wind, outdoor guerilla growers should select their garden plot with care. The record outdoor yield for this strain was 3.6 pounds on one plant in the semi-tropics.

Hashmaster is a smooth and creamy smoke with a strong hash-like smell reminiscent of 1970s Afghani “Red Seal” pressed hash. This ganja is an earthy classic with a one-toke, cerebral, munchie-producing high. For hashish fans, the name alone should have you guessing that a little effort can result in some master hash.

Minimal vegetative growth is required to produce great results with hashmaster. Indoor clones are flowered at 2-3 weeks. Doc Bush highly recommends trimming the lower branches for size control indoors. This strain’s tendency to produce one large dominant cola make it a workable plant in a sea of green growing method when trimmed attentively.

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