CBD Breeding Experiment: Tesla-CBDream- Blueberry

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by BCBDz, Apr 17, 2018.

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    Sour Wreck

    Sour Wreck Well-Known Member

    same, i have some cherry wine CBD in veg right now. 16:0
     
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    TerpBot

    TerpBot Member Rollitup Advertiser

    The seeds I recently acquired are from a strain called Boax - the breeder claimed it's a 30:1 ratio with between 20-30% cannabinoid yields, so we'll see. So far, 8 of 14 have sprouted and are growing vigorously. I hope to get some males! What does your Otto #1 look like? How tall did it get indoors? What was the yield?

     
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    BCBDz

    BCBDz Member

    I don't know how to do the quote thing, my apologies.

    Terpbot, Yes I think it is necessary to rinse off. Whats the old saying? "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure". personally I took all the precautions I could muster up. I used a little kiddie pool to rinse off the girls, then rinsed myself off, I did this inside a seacan which is pretty well air tight, once outside, I rinsed her again with the garden hose and nozzle, then take off the hasmat ( I have a pile of them for some reason) then return to grow room and grab the next one. Once I finished the first branch/Tesla male A on all ladies, I repeated the whole process with Tesla Male B on an opposite side branch. Of course you could just save the headache and just seed the whole crop with one Male, but you won't have any useful info about the pheno's unless you are using clones. Also, yes I successfully pollinated isolated flowers this way....could be beginners luck though lol. I'll attach a pic.

    Old Med, good idea on the cuttings! I may have to try that the next go round once I find a suitable mother....hopefully sooner than later. Personally I prefer to make tinctures, it's easy to dose and discreet. Sorry to hear about your stray pollen.
     

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    BCBDz

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    On another note, I have determined that the Tesla hermie I found was not caused by a light leak, just bad genetics. I checked it out and first light was only 1.5 hours before lights on, which shouldn't have caused any real stress on the plants. It would have been more like the sun coming up in the morning and given that it was discovered on day 8 from flip,along with the showing of the rest of the preflowers, it would seem to be a strain issue, not a stress issue.

    Since then I have found two more Tesla fems with bananas that were disposed of bringing my total count to 9/10 seeds sprouted 4/9 males 3/5 females went hermie, which is REALLY disappointing but......of the two remaining Tesla females, one is a beautiful specimen on all fronts, smell, growth, bud development ect...the other is a stretchy ugly thing that looks very much like the 3 that went hermie and also Tesla male A. Tesla male B on the other hand looked very much like the prized Tesla fem I have so I will continue with the plan and cross my fingers and everything else I can cross and just hope that Tesla male B does not have the hermie trait. Mama didn't raise no quitter.

    It's a funny thing because I've avoided Feminized seeds for...well.... forever up until I started running the CB Dream a few grows ago. I've always associated them with hermies so I've avoided them like the plague. The CB Dream has been nothing but stable and uniform with no hermies yet this damn Tesla gave me 3/5 hermies outta regular seeds. Go figure....
     
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    OldMedUser

    OldMedUser Well-Known Member

    The OTTO are scrawny, wispy things that don't yield worth a damn. I only got the one so have no possible phenos to compare it to. I'm mainly just growing it to breed with regular plants to get some CBD genes into them.

    I've just made some of it into cocobudder and it seems to work on my arthritis and has no real buzz to it but neither does the cross of it and the first Cannatonic one I've made into cocobudder. Still have the 2nd cross to make into budder yet and it was the best yielder so hoping it's even better medicine for me.

    In a couple weeks I'll be able to harvest some of the plants flowering now and make some cocobudder from them. They're regular plants with fairly high THC and no CBD. AK47, BlueBerry, Critical Mass and OG#18. Going to make it fresh off the plants with no drying or curing. I should have done that with the CBD ones but processed it the usual way then made the budder from the dried pot.

    Then I can experiment with mixing the various types to find blends that really do the trick for me. I'll keep track of doses and how much of each I take and when I find something that works well I can mix it together for consistancy and easy of dosing. Low THC stuff for daytime, Racy sativa and CBD blends for getting a nice buzz while medicating and some sleepy blend for night use. Yum-yum. :)

    :peace:
     
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    OldMedUser

    OldMedUser Well-Known Member

    If you just hit reply at the bottom of a post you quote the whole thing.

    Or like I did to just get that line of yours as a quote you highlight the text you'd like to quote and a Reply button pops up in a little balloon and you hit that.

    Easy-peasy. :)

    :peace:
     
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    BCBDz

    BCBDz Member

    Roger that OldMed, Thanks
     
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    BCBDz

    BCBDz Member

    well 35 days from flip, which is about 1/2 way give or take. Pretty much on autopilot now, just water every 3 days and check for hermies...that's it. Had a bit of a phosphorus issue so I hit em with the bat guano, that should fix that but we'll see....pics are Tesla and Blueberry
     

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    BCBDz

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    Also since it's hard to tell from the pics, it may be worth noting the Tesla main cola measures in at 1 5/16" diameter x 3 1/8" long, fairly dense. The blueberry is 1 5/8" diameter x 4 5/16" long, SUPER dense.
     
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    OldMedUser

    OldMedUser Well-Known Member

    They look like better yielders than any of my 3 CBD plants are.

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    BCBDz

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    That's probably the only reason I'm still going with the Tesla. I won't really know if it was worthwhile until I grow the next generation. I"d say it's more likely that I run into more hermies down the line and have to start over but there's still that outside chance I don't.
     
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    BCBDz

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    well not a whole lot to report. Day 42 from flip. Plants seem to be fine after hitting them with the bat guano, all is well. Tesla main cola now measuring 1 5/8" diameter (^5/16") x 3 5/16" long (^3/16"). The Blueberry measures in at 1 3/4" diameter (^1/8") x 4 11/16" long (^3/8"). The smell is getting pretty strong now. Tell you what, I am getting excited about this blueberry cross, it's just got such chunky buds all over it, it will be interesting to see if that trait carries over
     

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    BCBDz

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    49 days from flip. No pic today as the plants were inside due to rain. Tesla main measuring in at 1 11/16" diameter (^1/16") x 3 1/2" long (^ 3/16"). Ol Faithful Blueberry measuring in at 1 15/16" diameter (^3/16") x 5 1/16" long (^3/8"). The Blueberry continues to impress, even the very bottom branches have a big ol golfball sized bud on each side which I usually only get little tiny popcorn buds off of them.

    Reading back, something I forgot to mention was that of the 5 blueberry seeds my buddy had, the 3 he popped where all males, considering i ended up with the two females, I did the right thing and gave him the whirlybird with the condition that he gives me the main cola lol. It's never happened to me but that's gotta suck popping all 3 males like that.

    Anyhow, I've been reading about this collidal silver and it seems like it could be a useful tool. If any of you have used it, let me know how you made out
     

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