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recommend a male to cross

Discussion in 'Breeders Paradise' started by im4satori, May 31, 2017.

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    LamontCranston

    LamontCranston Well-Known Member

    Funny you mention Katsu Bubba, because The OX from Rare Dankness is built off of the Katsu cutting with a little Blueberry influence.
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    have you grown them both?

    how would you describe there shape/structure?

    tall and stringy
    tall but held there own weight
    buds here and there or stung together like huge donkey dicks?
     
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    LamontCranston

    LamontCranston Well-Known Member

    I have grown them both. Scott's has the tighter buds and more sturdy branches, they're both a bit tall and stringy though.
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    hazeman has got a lot of bubba crosses

    ive never grown his gear

    do they have a good rep?
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    ok
    the scotts og
    how was the bud spacing? and yield?

    im not hyper focused on yield but id like to remain in the average or better space
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    I currently have already acquired reg seeds
    larry og/cali frreebies
    chem 92 /cali
    head band /cali
    corloene kush/ cali
    ganesh /mandala
    dream lotus/Bodhi
    goji og /Bodhi
    jabba stash/Bodhi freebies
    da purps/bc
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    the jabas stash is a bubba kush cross with snow lotus
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

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    LamontCranston

    LamontCranston Well-Known Member

    Nice looking gals. I'm sure if you crossed your OG with a male of that you could find a nice OG leaning pheno for personal keeps. Might take a couple generations to stabilize the OG traits in the offspring though.

    I love Bubba Kush, but if you want to keep true OG kush traits avoid the bubbas. Bubba is more earthy like coffee with some fruity twists while true OG's have a very volatile, piney smell.

    I've seen a lot of different pedigrees for Bubba Kush on seedfinder. The one I like/accept the most is Bubblegum x Hindu Kush.
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    I love the flavor of this og#18 from dna
    its the parent to the lemon girl above ,, but the lemon girl above has better structure and yield than its og parent

    crazy super stinky sour but not like diesel... much more pungent and tangy

    its so sour it almost makes your face pucker like a lime or lemon lol
    nothing else smells like it, I mean super dank and crazy flavor
    not great yield but still ok

    I might try and hermie her with some silver and cross her back to herself and the og18
     
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    Johnei

    Johnei Well-Known Member

    I created fem seeds once by harvesting a finished plant, but leaving a bunch of bottom branches on there and let it overflower way too long. Obviously this plant should not have all the bottom branches cleaned out for Lolipop style. The plant will go into survival mode. The resulting seeds will all be 100% fem. Idea for you in case you never heard of this.
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    no hadn't heard of it

    any place you can direct me to get more info or can you give me more detail?

    at the moment I have 50mg collidial silver I was going to give her a squirt each day and let her pollinate another cutting of its own to finish out the seed

    the only thing that worries me is if feminizing a plant that was from fem seed to start with

    are there any cons to doing this?
     
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    Johnei

    Johnei Well-Known Member

    I have done it once and don't really know the full ramifications as I am not well versed in specifics of breeding etc. and stabilizing strains etc. etc. but the seeds were all female and produced no nanners etc. After getting about 50 of the seedlings to a foot n a half tall I put them all outside and everything worked out good. I read it from some old breeder dude a while back on a forum, and tried it with success. Don't really have any more info about it brotha. You basically just keep caring for the plant with the bottom shoots you left on even with any deficient leaves etc from end of crop low nute condition and feed them as if you were growing pollinated plants, if that makes sense.
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    im not sure I understand

    let me repeat it back and see if im getting itbongsmilie

    so I take my selected female and flower it...
    remove the top growth and leave the lower growth and then let it continue to 12/12 for an extended period and itll hermie from the stress??
     
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    Johnei

    Johnei Well-Known Member

    Precicely.

    You can leave the whole plant, I just did it by harvesting a fully mature plant for the good bud so you can still get something off the plant, then leave just a few lower branches to keep on flowering itself to death if ya know what I mean, and it should seed itself.
     
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