Hi all, I m toying with the idea of making IBL seed stock purely from fems. I have a fair few females from regs and would like to experiment with CS. I m also doing some hobby breeding atm so i've got the plant numbers to play with. I have read that a male x fem and a fem x fem cross do about the same thing, just that fem x fem =fem only. I have read many different viewpoints on this subject like: fem x fem=hermie, fem x fem=bad for genepool etc...i m just not sure what to make of it. I will also be doing the male x fem cross of the same strain as backups. For example, if i crossed a NL fem x a Bubblegum fem then worked to F5 or later. Would this line be stable if the P1/F1 gen are hermie free? I would love to lock down some stable nice genetics that were always fem for when the time comes and i ll have to go back to micro grows and small plant numbers. Hence: -P1 NL fem x P1 BG fem= f1 NLBG fem -f1 NLBG x f1 NLBG(different plants, not trying for s1s)= f2 NLBG -f2 NLBG x f2 NLBG(different plants)=f3 NLBG Anyone that can shed some light, would be much appreciated!